How to Be a Serial Killer (2009)
How to Be a Serial Killer pokes fun at the self-help literature industry and motivational speakers in general. There are so many ways to get off track while pursuing the perfect life, and an even greater number of pop-psychologists and gurus out there to lead the masses astray.
Genre: Comedy,Horror
Director: Luke Ricci
Release Date: TBA 2009
Producers: Jason Dittmer,Todd Makurath,Luke Ricci
Actors: Dameon Clarke,Ryan Smith,Laura Regan,George Wyner,Mary Jo Catlett,Douglas Dickerman,Mark R. Gerson,Matthew Gray Gubler,Ramon Hilario,Gonzalo Menendez,Joe Ordaz,Lindsay Stidham,Ari Welkom,Gary Wolf,Evans Forde
             
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