I know what you did last summer
Neither.Flash Gordon originated in 1934 as a comic strip, then in 1936 went to the big screen as a movie serial, then 1954 TV series.
No. Although Tobe Hooper got the idea for the Leatherface character from the real life serial killer, Ed Gein, Leatherface is still a fictional character. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre movies are NOT based on a true story. See the Related Question below.
The movie " IT"
When does the movie baby mama come out on video?"
they want to spend the times with them and be in movies, serial and give interviews on TV they are having the best time with them and they are happy because they will come on television and having a best with there favorite movie stars
from a serial killer
the killer gets out of jail and come get her at her highschool prom
they were pretty much a cult who lived with Charles Manson, who was a serial killer and pretty much insane.
I have not come with a book but in the related links box below I posted a link by tru tv with the serial killers.
Hannibal lecter is the first one to come to mind. In the serial killer category you will find information on serial killers who ate body parts.
he is a fisherman
There are no fixed traits to a serial killer. While some may be egocentric, that does not mean that all of them are. Like regular people, serial killers come from a vast number of backgrounds; thus, they have various personalities.
Most likely nothing will come to match a serial killer to the victim. That is a reason why those cases are very hard to solve. The cause of serial murder is usually tied to one of three explanations: biological, sociological and psychological; however, it is unlikely that any one theory provides a universal explanation of what causes an individual to become a serial murderer.
No, the movie was not, but the mask the killer uses was. And it wasn't designed for the movie, it was originally just a Halloween mask the movie's creators happened to come across.
If you mean the Zodiac killer, then no that isn't true.
I've never come face to face with a real serial killer, nor would i want to. The difference is, I'm pretty sure, a real serial killer would have to put up more of a fight for one, and the people that were chasing would have a little more common sense I mean think about it, if someone with a knife was chasing you through a house, would you run up the stairs? or down into the basement? NO! you would run out of the house screaming right? Second, unless you run, REALLY slow, a real serial killer, I'm pretty sure would have run after you, not walk at a normal pace and stay like 2 feet behind you at all times...