ZodiacDVD - 2017
"***1/2...One of the year's best films to date...highly recommended."--Video Librarian
"Two thumbs up!"--Roeper & Michael Phillips
Four investigators are obsessed with the case of a serial killer on the loose in San Francisco in the '60s and '70s, who leaves cryptic letters regarding the unsolved murders. Based on actual case files.
"This movie sends you into the night thinking, maybe even a little afraid. Bravo..."--New York Post
"Unique and unmissable"--Rolling Stone
From the critics
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People called up radio talk show (KGO's Jim Dunbar?) Part 1 of 2:
Vic in San Francisco, you're on the line. You're not scared of the Zodiac?
-Heck no, he's only shooting those farm kids. What scares me is those hippies out in the Haight with their free love and weird clothes.
We've got Alfred from Vacaville.
-You know, I think that was really offensive. It's not just farm kids. These are nice, clean-cut young people.
Hey, nobody's downplaying the loss of human life here, Alfred.
People called up radio talk show (KGO's Jim Dunbar?) Part 2 of 2:
-Well, that last guy was. We have good solid communities out here in the North Bay. Unlike in the city where you have Satanists running around.
Well, you bring up a good question. Is the Zodiac a Satanist? Amber from Oakland, what do you think?
-I don't really know, but I thought that code they printed didn't look very Christian. But I think the bigger problem is that the papers shouldn't have printed anything that the Zodiac has been doing. That they're just printing all that stuff to sell more newspapers.
-Well, the Zodiac did demand they print his letters or he'd kill more people.
-Yeah, but he would have done it anyway, whether they printed it or not, I think.
-An interesting point.
Here comes every lunatic claiming to be the one:
-I'm the Zodiac.
And how did you kill your victims?
-With a gun. ... No, with a hammer.
-All I'm authorized to tell you is that he's still under government employment.
And who authorized you to tell me this?
-That's all I'm authorized to say.
The line up:
If you don't recognize anyone, that's okay.
How sure are you?
-Yeah, I'm pretty sure. He had a round face like this guy.
Wait. Am I to understand that you're now identifying the second photograph?
-No, no. Just that he had a round face like that. ...
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For our poll to determine the 100 greatest American films, we surveyed 62 film critics from around the world. This time, we received responses from 177 – from every continent except Antarctica. Some are newspaper or magazine reviewers, others write primarily for websites; academics and cinema curators are well-represented too. For the purposes of this poll we have decided that a list of the greatest films of the 21st Century should include the year 2000, even though we recognise that there was no ‘Year Zero’ and that 2001 is mathematically the start of the century.
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