(Halloween Movie Fest 2020)
A chilling minimalistic glance into the pathos of a killer.
"If you shoot someone in the head with a .45 every time you kill somebody, it becomes like your fingerprint, see? But if you strangle one, stab another, and one you cut up, and one you don't, then the police don't know what to do. They think you're four different people. What they really want, what makes their job so much easier, is a pattern. What they call a modus operandi. That's Latin. Bet you didn't know any Latin, did you kid?"
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