Ted Bundy Survivor Kathy Kleiner Rubin Doesn't Mind Zac Efron's Hot Take

Carla Harmon
January 30, 2019

'There are literally THOUSANDS of hot men on the service - nearly all of whom are not convicted serial murderers'.

The four-part series features interviews with people who investigated, prosecuted and defended Bundy, as well as Bundy himself, in about 100 hours of never-before-heard audio recorded during death row interviews he gave in Florida while awaiting execution.

While no release date has been set for the picture, Berlinger's 4-part documentary series Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes is now available on Netflix.

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile released at the Sundance Film Festival on January 27, 2019.

Ted Bundy in 1979.

The trailer for the Bundy movie debuted last week featuring Zac in the starring role as the notorious serial killer, but was slated by some who felt it "romanticised" the 36 murders Bundy carried out. They should all have movies made about them.

Kathy Kleiner Rubin, who was attacked by Bundy in her Florida State University sorority house in 1978 and lived, thinks Efron is ideal for the charismatic role. I always try to remember what these monsters took away. However, despite the fact that Bundy was a prolific and brutal serial killer, Netflix have had to beg users to stop romanticising him.

One person tweeted: "I'm sorry". However, despite all that, people should realise that what they are watching on screen is not a normal person. Anyway, we all know now that he was a serial killer, a kidnapper and a rapist, among other things. He was a man who used his charm and looks to murder and rape women. He. Was. "I think the movie does glorify more than I think he should be, but like I said, I think everyone should see it and understand him as what he was even when he was the ideal son", she explained "I think hopefully it will make women-mainly that's my heart, to care for the women-to be more aware of their surroundings and to be cautious".

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