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  The Hillside Strangler
  The case of the Hillside Strangler is one of the most unusual and gruesome in the annals of American crime. While most serial killers tend to work alone, the twisted criminal careers of Angelo Buono and Kenneth Bianchi proved that evil can run in the family.

Its 1977 and as young Kenny (C. Thomas Howell) is looking for a way out of his dead-end life. He decides to make his way to L.A. and visit his older cousin Angelo (Nick Turturro) who owns a thriving business.

Kenny's fortunes change when Angelo suggests that what they both need is a little action, namely getting into the “whore business”, and in no time the two cousins have corralled a little stable of naïve young girls. However, one connection goes bad, and Angelo snaps, taking Kenny along with him. They track down Gabrielle (Kent Masters King), the wily hooker who did them wrong - minutes later she’s a dead, her nude body put on display on a hillside. The reign of terror that would grip Southern California for two years has begun…

The Hillside Strangler is released in cinemas on November 12 2004 and the trailer is online now.
  Darren Jones [2 Nov 2004 at 21:26]

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