The Killer Inside Me

Movie information

Rated R: Restricted (Under 17 Requires Accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian) -- Rated R for disturbing brutal violence, aberrant sexual content and some graphic nudity.
Released on:
June 18, 2010 (limited)

Production Companies:
Muse Productions, Revolution Films, Indion Entertainment Group, Stone Canyon Entertainment
Distributors:
IFC Films

Status: Released

Cast:
Casey Affleck, Kate Hudson, Ned Beatty, Elias Koteas, Tom Bower, Simon Baker, Bill Pullman, Brent Briscoe, Matthew Maher, Liam Aiken, Jay R. Ferguson

Director: Michael Winterbottom

Screenwriter: Michael Winterbottom, John Curran
Script: Novel Adaptation

Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
About the film:
Based on the novel by legendary pulp writer Jim Thompson, Michael Winterbottom's THE KILLER INSIDE ME tells the story of handsome, charming, unassuming small town sheriff's deputy Lou Ford.

Lou has a bunch of problems. Woman problems. Law enforcement problems. An ever-growing pile of murder victims in his West Texas jurisdiction. And the fact he's a sadist, a psychopath, a killer. Suspicion begins to fall on Lou, and it's only a matter of time before he runs out of alibis. But in Thompson's savage, bleak, blacker than noir universe nothing is ever what it seems, and it turns out that the investigators pursuing him might have a secret of their own.
Rated R for disturbing brutal violence, aberrant sexual content and some graphic nudity.
Box Office: Opening weekend: $11,083 (1 theater) | Domestic Total: $217,277
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Related links:
  • The Killer Inside Me - The Novel



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    March 17, 2012 - 03:23
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    Definitely Mortal Engines (and the sequels) by Philip Reeve. Set in the futrue, the world as we know it was destroyed in a 60 minute world war and civilisation started again. The citys move on wheels and eat other citys, huge ancient (futrue to us) weapons, and some very complex relationships and emotions for the actors to portray. Its an epic adventure and the scale of it is would be amazing to see on screen, however I would be slightly worried that it might go the same way as The Golden Compass and a movie would not quite be up to the job.