Director: Arthur Ginsberg, Tom SpainStaring: Richard KuklinskiRelease Date: 1992Streaming: HBO MAX I love serial killers. They are fascinating. Richard Kuklinski doesn’t fit the exact definition, but in all frankness, he […]
Director: Arthur Ginsberg, Tom Spain
Staring: Richard Kuklinski
Release Date: 1992
Streaming: HBO MAX
I love serial killers. They are fascinating. Richard Kuklinski doesn’t fit the exact definition, but in all frankness, he is more terrifying than other killers I have seen in interviews and documentaries.
- The stones on the interviewers for HBO to keep pushing the envelope with Kuklinski is crazy. Massive props. There must have been so much prep for the 17 hours of tense talk.
- The chilling nature that which he describes how messy a chainsaw is, or how quickly the cyanide works, is freaky. He talks in the classic “BEULLER” Ferris Beuller Day Off type of monotone.
- Sure, was the 1990s reenactments are cheesy and over the top, but they get the job done. They are simplistic, and its not the visuals you’ll remember. It’s the sound of Kuklinski’s voice.
STANKO RATING: A- (4.5/5 Stars)