Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by R.P. McMurphy, Mar 1, 2014.
...staring david arquette.
Didn't realize that is on tonight. Arquette should be well cast.
...i hope he did a good job with the part the story is compelling. i wasnt aware anyone was caught for this but i remember the smiley faces were found in different parts of the country at different crime scenes where murder victims were recovered. in the preview they show david in a big rig truck so that would explain the different locations. if im awake ill probably watch, not sure if theres much else on.
Will David remember to watch?
I'm giving it a chance.
not bad yet
...is it any good?
it's on lifetime.
True crime really interests me - but I don't remember this case. If I don't catch it tonight, I'm sure Lifetime will rerun it plenty of times.
I only caught the last 20 minutes of the movie and it was ok. I actually like David Arquette, he doesn't get on my nerves . Lifetime has a documentary about the actual happy face killer on right now. These commercials will kill you though, much better to DVR.
i'm watching 8 legged freaks with david
so many SPIDERS!!!!
I watched the entire movie and thought Arquette did a good job. Now I'll have to catch the documentary.
It was very good. Not the usual Lifetime horseshit
Arquette plays a pretty good creepy murderous screwball.
I just finished watching it. It's on their site w/no commercials.
there was a guy running around Iowa putting pipe bombs in mailboxes he said he was trying to make a smiley face pattern?
I caught the rebroadcast of that last night. Having seen several documentaries on the HFK and read some articles, I thought that aside from the Gloria Rueben FBI character (who herself seemed pretty miscast), the film was reasonably accurate, down to him being born in Canada with his Mountie application rejection as a catalyst to pry open his child abuse Pandora's Box. Was expecting to laugh at Arquette but he actually did a credible job. So props to him.
...thanks spaz. i was checking my eyelids for pinholes while it was on last night.