Ed Gein: The Butcher of Plainfield

Ed Gein: The Butcher of Plainfield

Inspired by the true story of one of the most gruesome killers in American history. Now, years after inspiring "Psycho's" Norman Bates, "The Silence Of The Lambs'" Buffalo Bill and "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre's" Leatherface, the story of real life serial killer Ed Gein is told once again. Nicknamed "The Butcher Of Plainfield," Gein was responsible for a rash of gory murders that sent shock waves through his rural Wisconsin town, and across America, in the late 1950's. Prepare to enter the evil mind and twisted world of "The Butcher Of Plainfield."

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David J L (it) wrote: a zombie film with a slightly more creative storyline, nicely directed in parts

Matthew P (br) wrote: This had a nice setup, but it failed. The movie gets more boring as it goes on. I couldn't even watch the last twenty minutes.

Sarah M (es) wrote: nice movie... really unpredictable...

Dave J (gb) wrote: Thursday, October 31, 2013 (2004) Zombie Honeymoon COMEDY HORROR/ DRAMA Despite it being only 1 hour and 23 minutes, it still feels like it was too little too long. What they should've called this movie instead of calling it "Zombie Honeymoon" is "I Have A Zombie For A Husband, Till Death Do Us Part!" since she may have took her marriage vows too seriously. Written, co-produced and directed by David Gebroe which the premise is young couple had just gotten married, Denise(Tracy Coogan) and Danny (Graham Sibley) Zanders and while on their honeymoon, a zombie just blatantly walks out of the ocean while her hubby is sound asleep on the beach. He infects him by mixing some saliva into his while he was trying to put a bite on him. At first, he's pronounced dead but soon he's okay, and so they thought... As I've mentioned above, despite it being less than an hour and a half, it still felt very long since much of the scenes seem to be unnecessary and sometimes convoluted. For instance, viewers get it they're in love with each other that much we don't need to be a witness to this, and that he needs to munch on other people to stay alive even though he doesn't necessarily finish off what he's started. And he also can go to the cemetery to munch on a dead body or eat an animal if he's not a vegetarian anymore. I mean, what she does is not the same for most people would do in real life so it is in that instance I can't relate to her character at all since I still find it disgusting to smooch a person who's just finished eating someone. For viewers are oblivious how contagious her husband really is making viewers wonder how come she's not infected. And in the eyes of the court because her zombie husband doesn't get any help, it kind of makes her an accessory to all of those people that he killed even though their was no real intent. And I agree with other users that the low production values doesn't help this movie either. 2 out of 4 stars

Neal V (es) wrote: This is one of the best movies I have ever seen. Don't be turned off by the title. I will remember it for the rest of my life.

Lisbeth W (au) wrote: war sidows of all cultures meet after dealing with their grief, thier lives, and their 9invisible) close ties

Shae S (ag) wrote: Overly saccharine and simplistic, but it kinda got to me anyway. Good performance from Jodie Foster.

Douglas L (fr) wrote: Its one of those ensemble movies that had so many funny people they just canceled eachother out. I didnt laugh when I was a little kid, and I didn't laugh now.

DC F (jp) wrote: Not the best movie of the year, but a decent slasher film from early days. It won't seem as great these days, however it did depend on some bloody kills and a who-dunnit type of plot.

Maciek b (gb) wrote: Old Fellini not so spectacular as he was before, still he gives quite witty film with some interesting observations about modern society and culture. Great idea of orchestra's mutiny and a metronome as their golden calf. Because of the tv documentary style it may be a bit boring though.

Michael S (kr) wrote: Normally, I would give movies that had super cheesy special effects, bad dialog, and a simplistic storyline a relatively low rating. However, what saves this movie is how much simple fun it is. I enjoyed this movie, and fondly remembered watching monster movies like this growing up. It is truly a B-movie, but it's a fun B-movie... though you'd probably enjoy it much more if you're a fan of Japanese monster movies to begin with.