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The Alphabet Killer

Inspired by the grim true-life exploits of an alphabet-obsessed New York serial killer. Former cop Megan Price investigates a murder similar to one that drove her crazy.
Actors: Nate Dushku,
Nate Dushku
Nate Dushku 8 June 1977, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Melissa Leo,
Melissa Leo
Melissa Leo 14 September 1960, New York City, New York, USA
Liz Cameron,
Liz Cameron
Liz Cameron
Sarah Anderson,
Sarah Anderson
Sarah Anderson
Cary Elwes,
Cary Elwes
Cary Elwes 26 October 1962, London, England, UK
Peter Mancarella,
Peter Mancarella
Peter Mancarella
Meltem Cumbul,
Meltem Cumbul
Meltem Cumbul 5 November 1970, Izmir, Turkey
Pamela Sherman,
Pamela Sherman
Pamela Sherman
Tom Noonan,
Tom Noonan
Tom Noonan 12 April 1951, Greenwich, Connecticut, USA
Bailey Garno,
Bailey Garno
Bailey Garno 1 September 1993, Rochester, New York, USA
Cynthia Mace,
Cynthia Mace
Cynthia Mace
Genre: ThrillerCrimeMystery
Director: Rob Schmidt
Rob Schmidt
Rob Schmidt 25 September 1965, Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania, USA
Country: United States
Release: 2008
IMDb: 5.2
Duration: 98 min
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CRITICS OF "The Alphabet Killer"
Los Angeles Times

November 14, 2008

It's too bad there was no way around the story's inherent deficit since this effectively unsettling film, directed by Rob Schmidt, chugs along quite well for a while.
San Francisco Examiner

January 13, 2009

Although Schmidt and Malloy have devoted meticulous attention to Megan's manhunt, which is engrossing and briskly paced for the better part of 85 minutes, their final act seems less like a canny trick than a copout.
Los Angeles CityBeat

November 17, 2008

...a big problem is the preposterousness of the mystery's solution...
Time Out

December 10, 2008

[Eliza Dushku's] commitment to the material is worthier than the cheesy ghost effects of decomposing children that the filmmakers felt the need to add.
Cinema em Cena

April 10, 2009

Chega a impressionar que, em meio a tantos elementos desastrosos, a atuação de Eliza Dushku (que também co-produziu o longa) seja inegavelmente a pior coisa do filme.
Village Voice

November 13, 2008

The Alphabet Killer may well make enough money to justify a Part II.
NYC Movie Guru

January 31, 2009

The Alphabet Killer suffers from the same symptoms as Passengers: both have an unintentionally feeble-minded character who lazily investigates a mystery while the plot itself seems dull and poorly developed.