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  1. The Killer Inside Me, an adaptation of a pulpy 1952 novel by Jim Thompson, had its world premiere at the Sundance festival last January where, as the credits rolled, a member of the audience stood up and screamed: "I don't understand how Sundance could book this movie! How dare you? How dare Sundance?"

  2. Deputy Sheriff Lou Ford (Casey Affleck) is a pillar of the community in his small west Texas town, patient, dependable, and well-liked. Beneath his pleasant facade, however, he is a sociopath with violent sexual tastes. As a teenager, Lou was caught raping a five-year-old girl by Mike, his older step-brother.

  3. The Killer Inside Me 1976 R 1 h 39 m IMDb RATING 5.9 /10 474 YOUR RATING Rate Crime Drama Haunted by visions from his abusive childhood, Montana deputy sheriff Lou Ford gradually exhibits the signs of a homicidal schizophrenic. Director Burt Kennedy Writers Edward Mann (screenplay) Robert Chamblee (screenplay) Jim Thompson (novel) Stars Stacy Keach

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  5. An encounter with an aggressive prostitute (Jessica Alba) brings a Texas lawman's (Casey Affleck) homicidal tendencies screaming to the surface. Rating: R (Disturbing Brutal Violence|Aberrant...

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  6. Season 3 From $7.99 The Killer Beside Me Season 2 From $7.99 Available on HoloLens PC Mobile device Xbox 360 Description Killer Beside Me exposes the dark underbelly of workplace evil, where rivalry romance and the abuse of power culminates in brutal slaying.

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  7. The Killer Inside Me is a 1952 novel by American writer Jim Thompson published by Fawcett Publications. [1] In the introduction to the anthology Crime Novels: American Noir of the 1950s, it is described as "one of the most blistering and uncompromising crime novels ever written." [2] [3] Contents 1 Plot summary 2 Film adaptations

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