It is well known that Serial Killers and the lore they create have been the inspiration for much of the fictional history of the horror genre. Although the killers themselves are much more scarier than their fictional counterparts could ever be, the almost symbiotic relationship is a bitter sweet (if the mind is healthy). We have a strange communal embrace of the serial killer not because of the acts of horror that he commits but more for the enigmatic nature in which he is conceived that gives birth to the monster inside. Anyway to the news at hand. There is a new documentary premiering that explores these serial killers, more notable the regional killers of the Delaware Valley.
“Head Cases: Serial Killers In The Delaware Valley” will premiere on September 28th at the Delaware Art Museum. The film is directed by Anthony Spadaccini and stars Paul McCloskey, Brinke Stevens, Michael Manfredo Jr., Mark Marcarian, Barbara Lessin, Jeremy Bishop. Serial killer Wayne Montgomery committed 41 murders between 1979 and 2007, leaving behind an extensive library of his life's work. Now, a new generation carries on Wayne's legacy in a terrifying world where rules do not apply. Take a trip through the mind of one of history's most prolific serial killers - and his devoted followers who are out for blood.