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Serial Killing 101

Serial Killing 101 ★★ Serial Killing 4 Dummys 2004 (R)

Outcast highschool kid Casey decides that he wants to be a serial killer when he grows up. His suicidal (and presumably equally outcast) girlfriend thinks this is a great idea. At least they won't have to sweat the SATs. When a real serial killer shows up, guess who the cops suspect. Myriad problems (besides the tasteless premise) ensure a small audience for this one. 88m/C VHS, DVD . Thomas Haden Church, Justin Urich, Lisa Loeb, Rick Overton, George Murdock, Barbara Niven; D: Trace Slobotkin; W: Trace Slobotkin; C: John Tarver; M: Jeffrey Alan Jones. VIDEO

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