Eliza Dushku and Cary Elwes have returned to the horror genre in a rather interesting true crime story, The Alphabet Killer (previous news here). The film is based on the murder/rape of three young girls Rochester, NJ during the 1970s. All three girls had first and last names beginning with the same letter and were found dead in towns bearing that same member of the alphabet: Carmen Colon in Churchville and so on.
The film of these grisly events looks to be loosely based on the real story when reading the synopsis over at Alphabet‘s official site. The mention of hallucinations and a troubled female cop sounds like a bit much, but you can decide for yourself by checking out the new Alphabet‘s trailer. There are dead kids everywhere and a thick, dark atmosphere.
For more on our coverage of The Alphabet Killer click here.
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