I Am Not a Serial Killer


Drama / Horror / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 93%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 66%
IMDb Rating 6.2 10 10770


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Christopher Lloyd as Crowley
Laura Fraser as April
Max Records as John Wayne Cleaver
Tony Papenfuss as Ron the Coroner
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1hr 44 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Red-Barracuda 6 / 10

Some originality to be found in this serial killer flick played out in a minor key

A teenager who works at an undertakers with his family, has dark obsessions with death as well as displaying sociopathic tendencies. When he discovers that one of his elderly neighbours is a serial killer responsible for a recent spare of violent murders, its sets off confusing dilemmas within him.

I Am Not a Serial Killer is certainly a film which approaches fairly typical material in a left-of-centre manner. Like seems to be the current vogue, of which I am not entirely keen on I have to say, it goes for a tone of downbeat realism. This allows the drama of the story to be played out with some seriousness, helped quite a bit by a strong acting performance from Max Records in the central role and with good support from the rest of the cast, including some fine work from Christopher Lloyd as the killer. Consequently, this qualifies more as a dramatic psychological thriller that eventually goes full-on into horror territory, as opposed to a traditionally suspenseful serial killer film. It does have to be said though, that the ending in which events take a turn into creature feature territory definitely had me surprised. It was an ending which I am guessing may be a little divisive with audiences but I certainly appreciated its oddball unpredictableness. The movie as a whole is very deliberately paced and with its wintry north Midwest setting it has a pretty sustained gloominess which, while it worked within the framework of the story it was telling, definitely didn't accentuate its entertainment value for me I have to admit. So I have mixed feelings overall about this one, as while I found it to suffer a bit from the recent cinematic trend for the downbeat, I also recognise that it did have a few unusual ideas up its sleeve as well.

Reviewed by Michael Ledo 10 / 10

It's not a werewolf

John Wayne Cleaver (Max Records) is a teen sociopath growing up in Clayton, Ohio. He has the traits of being a serial killer, but manages to keep his urges under control when pushed. His Mom runs the town's funeral home and he has access to dead bodies. The town does have a serial killer and John has a fascination with him, so much he does his own investigation.

This is a dark humor horror film. We get to know the killer after a few kills. There is blood and body parts.

I love these clever indie horror tales. They tend to have some unique element making formula guessing a film impossible. I also recommend "Night of the Living Deb" a comedy/zombie indie.

Guide: No swearing that I recall. No sex or nudity.

Reviewed by wcadman-59288 1 / 10

Ruined my Sunday afternoon

I never review any films but I felt compelled to after having watched this absolute trash. I honestly have no idea why it has so many good reviews, this film is so inconsistent. The main character is diagnosed as being a sociopath yet he cares for everyone?!?! 90% of the film is filler, none of the scenes push the story forward, a plot didn't seem to exist. An hour into the film I checked to see how long it had been on for, I was gobsmacked it had only been on for 60 minutes, It felt like days had passed. The film was slow and cumbersome, the dialogue was ineffective and didn't contribute to the story line most of the time. I won't put any spoilers in, the main spoiler of the film is the fact it has spoilt my Sunday afternoon, I'm hungover and now I'm angry too. Please don't watch this film, you will just end up like me, bitter, twisted and disappointed.

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