Ed Gein is perhaps one of the most notorious American serial killers due to the extreme nature of his crimes and the state of his home when he was arrested. Also known as “the Butcher of Plainfield” or “the Plainfield Ghoul,” Gein was a convicted killer and body snatcher active in Plainfield, WI from 1946 to 1957 after the death of his mother left him alone and in a deranged mental state.
Though many may not know it, the horrifying events of the 2005 film The Exorcism of Emily Rose were not entirely fictional but rather were based on the actual experiences of a German girl named Anneliese Michel.
The holiday season is usually a time of celebration and cheer — but for some, it has been marked by violence and horror.
That’s right guys, this coming March, you and your friends will be able to sit back and, erm, relax while watching the movie inside Leatherface’s house in Kingsland, Texas.
The special horror screening will take place at Grand Central Café on 1010 King Ct on Sunday, March 29 and Monday, March 30 this year as part of On Set Cinema’s ongoing film series.