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I am preeeeeeetty sure this is my first review for an actual Documentary type film I think - so woohoo, and it's a great one too. 'Delving into our collective nightmares, this horror-documentary investigates the origins of our most terrifying urban legends and the true stories that may have inspired them.' Done by the same people who did Cropsey, which I have to admit, I haven't seen, it is basically two people driving around asking people questions, and intertwining clips and photos from films and crime scenes - but it's so good!
Killer Legends centers around some of the most well known Urban Legends that most people have at least heard of, but really gets down to the nitty gritty of them - with crime scene photos included too. Killer Legends is set out as a film but with different sections leading into each urban legend, and starts with The Hookman.
Killer Legends starts with The Hookman, followed by The Candyman, The Babysitter and the Man Upstairs and ends with The Killer Clown. I have to be honest, each section was as good as the other - they were all in depth, they were all clear and what I really liked was that they went in depth with the film too, and even showed clips from it. Showing clips from the film was such a good idea, if someone hasn't seen them, bam, they are up to date, if you haven't seen it for years, bam, you're up to date. Such a good idea.
I think out of each section, the scariest man have been the Babysitter/The Man Upstairs is the creepiest out of the lot, mainly because out of the films that were based off them, When A Stranger Called creeped me out the most - the new one though. Just the fact that they were inside the house, all that damn time.
Don't get me wrong though, they are all creepy as hell, each and every single one of them. CREEPY. AS. HELL.
Great thing about Killer Legends too, I learnt lots, half of the stuff they told you I didn't know, like who murdered the young boy in the Halloween part - your mouth with drop to the floor, honestly. The whole film is just great, which makes me feel bad because you are basically watching about a series of different murders, and that's not nice. They are very very interesting though, reallife twists and turns - harsh but good film. You can quote me on that, "harsh but good"... I could of had more to be fair... It was that harsh but good...
Be careful though if you are a bit faint of heart - you will see dead bodies and crime photos.
Watching horror films since like 2003, when I could stand dead bodies..