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A new Ted Bundy film dropped in the UK this week - and it's getting a lot of hype from fans.
No Man of God dropped on Amazon Prime Video on 13th September and viewers are calling the "chilling" movie the "best Bundy film" to date.
You can watch the trailer below:
The thriller, starring Elijah Wood and Luke Kirby, delves into the serial killer's final days. After Bundy had been sentenced to the death penalty, he had agreed to disclose the details of his heinous crimes.
The film focuses on FBI analyst Bill Hagmaier, who sits down with Bundy for a series of interviews, to try and truly understand what happened and provide closure for the grieving families.
As the pair spend more and more time together, a complicated relationship ensues. The film is based on the real-life interviews that took place between Bill and Bundy, with many calling the film "gripping" yet "fascinating".
One person wrote: "'No Man of God' is a complex, chilling and fascinating true telling that offers a fresh perspective on the notorious serial killer."
While another said: "No Man of God is a definite must watch movie for those who are fascinated by crime thrillers. Wood and Kirby do an excellent job on their roles as the main characters and just a gem. Definitely engaging and chilling crime movie."
And a third added: "Watched @ambersealey's No Man of God weeks ago and still find myself thinking about it. Particularly Elijah Wood's and Luke Kirby's performances and the provocative montages. It's certainly the best Bundy film I've ever seen and I'm eager to see whatever Sealey does next."
"Luke Kirby played the best portrayal of Bundy in No Man of God," tweeted a fourth.
The film is one of a number of Ted Bundy movies to be released recently, including Ted Bundy: American Boogeyman which was released earlier this month.
Others include Zac Efron’s Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile and Netflix’s Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes which were all released in recent months.
You can watch No Man of God on Amazon Prime Video now.
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