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Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile

About

1969. Ted (Zac Efron) is crazy-handsome, smart, charismatic, affectionate. And cautious single mother Liz Kloepfer (Lily Collins) ultimately cannot resist his charms. For her, Ted is a match made in heaven, and she soon falls head over heels in love with the dashing young man. A picture of domestic bliss, the happy couple seems to have it all figured out … until, out of nowhere, their perfect life is shattered. Ted is arrested and charged with a series of increasingly grisly murders. Concern soon turns to paranoia—and, as evidence piles up, Liz is forced to consider that the man with whom she shares her life could actually be a psychopath.

This is the story of Ted Bundy, one of the most notorious serial killers of all time. Collins shines as Liz, while Zac Efron gives a performance that could redefine his career. Renowned filmmaker Joe Berlinger, best known for his true-crime documentaries, proves to be the perfect match to bring this Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile true story to the screen.


SPECIAL FREE SCREENING: As our way of saying thank you for supporting independent storytellers we are offering a free screening of this film on Thursday, January 31, 11:59 p.m. at Tower Theatre. To get tickets join the eWaitlist online or on the Festival app two hours before film start time.


YEAR 2018

CATEGORY Premieres

COUNTRY U.S.A.

RUN TIME 110 min

COMPANY Voltage Pictures

EMAIL narine.garibyan@voltagepictures.com

PHONE (323) 606-7640

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Artist Bio

Joe Berlinger

Joe Berlinger is an Emmy-winning and Academy Award–nominated filmmaker and producer. A pioneer in the genre of true crime documentaries, Berlinger's work seeks to create lasting change through stories of crime, the potential fallibility of the legal system, and the plight of the wrongfully convicted. Six of Berlinger’s documentaries, including Brother’s Keeper, Paradise Lost, and Metallica: Some Kind of Monster, have premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.