I Am Not A Serial Killer (2016) 4 out of 5 stars. Collection worthy.
Reviewed by Creepy Uncle Kevin
Yay! I really enjoyed this movie. Based on the first novel of the ‘John Wayne Cleaver Trilogy” by John Wells. Directed by Bill O’Brian, and if you can’t tell by his last name, this is an Irish production shot in Virginia. Starring Max Records (the little boy from ‘Where The Wild Things Are’!) and Christopher Loyd, who does a great job and is in the movie a lot more then I expected. Speaking of expected…boy was I wrong. I thought I was in for ‘Henry: Portrait Of A Serial Killer – The Younger Years’, and fortunately I was wrong. The story centers around a troubled teen growing up in a Midwest town who is a diagnosed sociopath, and proud of it. He is obsessed with Serial Killers and is doing his best to avoid becoming one. People start getting murdered and this starts his hunt to find the murderer, to see the murdering, take part in the murder, and to fuck with the murders head. Okay. To my surprise this movie is artistic, funny, mysterious, gross and intriguing. Plus there are some great twist that I can’t talk about to anybody because I’m the only one who’s seen the damn thing. One of the better pictures this year.