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Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer- Review By: Roger Moore


Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer- Review By: Roger Moore


Directed By: John McNaughton

Written By: John McNaughton & Richard Fire

Score: Technical: 85, Acting 90, Story 90, Overall: 88%            

           What do you do when you find out that your roommate is a sex crazed serial killer who is more deranged than almost any person on the face of the planet?  Well if your roommate is Henry you do the only thing you can you join him in his killing spree and life of dysfunction.  Join Henry as he and his roommate Otis kill victim after victim in any way they can think. 

            John McNaughton did a wonderful job in the filming of this movie, as it was loosely based on the confessions of Henry Lee Lucas it did wonders and shocked the world when it came out with it’s in your face behind the madness display that was given by Michael Rooker.  They even did a great job on the dead bodies in this movie, it was done with the utmost ability, and it will be able to stand the test of time.  Henry will go down in history as a true psycho

            A Heart Stopper is the rating for this film on the Roger Moore movie scale I for one thought this was one of the greatest serial killer portrayals ever filmed.  It was smart and witty and definitely will last forever as a great movie.  As always be afraid, be very afraid. 

Henry - Portrait of a Serial Killer (20th Anniversary)


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