Decent addition to the fake documentary thriller, with an indie filmmaker (Frank Zieger as Rob Rodgers) trailing a professional commercial burglar, Kaspar Karr (played by actual director Malik Bader), as he prepares and executes big (but not too big) scores – until things go very quiet. Just enough tension and unexpected moments to keep you interested, without breaking the docu-feel.
On the other hand, this is a genuine documentary – about how Staten Island failed its mentally ill citizens and indigent children, and how this may be connected to the urban legend surrounding a boogeyman called ‘Cropsey’ and a series of child disappearances – feels like a fake doc. Very confusing. Interesting topic, though.
The Jeffrey Dahmer Files
Sober look at Milwaukee serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, mostly via people who had known him.