Zac Efron : Ted Bundy Movie

A Truthfully Honest Review Of 'Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil And Vile'

It is finally out!


On May 3. the Ted Bundy movie "Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile" that caused such an uproar finally came out on Netflix, and I will say that it wasn't what I expected it would be. As a person who watches many documentaries and movies about serial killers, I was thinking that it was just going to be another one of those following his life along with the crimes committed. But the production and writing of this movies took it a different type of way.

They seem to focus a lot on the women Bundy had a true relationship with and how this whole process affected his ex, Elizabeth Kendall, with him getting arrested in Utah and trial, the murder charges in Colorado, the escapes and then finally Florida. In most documentaries, this woman just get bypassed by them just saying she was someone he had a relationship with and that's the end of her. With this documentary however, I like how they continue to bring her back into the picture, since we never have really seen her side of it all. We don't know if everything from her point of view if true or if it is all false, maybe we will know within the coming weeks of this movies being out is she will come out and talk about her experience.

About half of this movie is majority about his actual true love (not to get her confused with the actual women he married while on trial ā€” his true love lived in Seattle), but once the big trial that happened in Florida it does have more time on Bundy, because this part is the big moment of his story really. The one thing this doesn't do is go into the detail of the crimes like other shows have done, which is good for people who can't handle that kind of detail. But even during all of this we still see bits of this woman, how she deals with the trail, and what she does once she finds out what he really did.

Let's talks about Efron for a second, and why this movie had so much controversy when people found out about it. I understand how people got worried because they felt that a serial killer was being romanticized and that Efron was playing him was going to make girls who grown up watching him come obsessed with this person he played. But the person who played him had to look charming because that was Bundy's thing, he got his victims based on his looks and charm. Personally I feel this character was good for Efron since we have never seen him as a character like this before, he is always the boy next door love story. Many of the lines Efron uses in the trial in Florida are actual lines Bundy used himself, at the end they play those parts during the credits and it is very interesting in how he was able to get across the same affect that Bundy shown. This change in character really shows his acting ability.

At the end of the movie, they show this list of the known victims of Bundy, and the crimes that did happen to them are terrible and should have never happened.

As person who probably knows way to much about way to many serial killers I find this movie a very interesting and different way of telling a story that many people know. Even though it was different than what I am used to I like how it was from a different point of view not fully focusing on Bundy but on one of the main people he affected during his life.

This movie was based of the book "The Phantom Price: My Life With Ted Bundy" by Elizabeth Kendall.

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Remember Zero From 'Holes'? This Is Him NOW

"Mr. Slick Living"


"Holes" was one of my favorite Disney movies for a really long time. It came out in 2003 when I was about 5 years old. There aren't many actors from the movie that went on to stay in the public eye. Well, except for Shia LaBeouf. That man made several statements but even he disappears from the watchful eye of the media every now and then.

The actor from the movie that I have been most concerned with, however, is Khleo Thomas. I will admit, I had quite the crush on Khleo when he played young Hector Zeroni aka Zero in "Holes", despite him being a good ten years older than me. But I quickly lost track of him over the years.

So relatively recently I got on Instagram to do a quick search for him to see what he was up to. And, if I'm being honest, see if he was as cute as I remembered.

Low and behold, I did find Khleo Thomas and if anything he is more attractive than I remembered. Now, a quick reminder, we fell in love with him when he looked like this:

And now he looks like this:

Now, me finding him attractive aside, let's take a look at what he's been up to over the years. Even though he's been out of the public eye every once in a while does not mean he has not been busy.

Since playing Zero, Khleo Thomas has done a multitude of things. He has scored a few more acting roles in shows like "Bones" and "Sons of Anarchy". Khleo launched an R&B;/rap career. He has become a widely entertaining Instagram and social media personality aka Mr. Slick Living.

On top of all of that, Khleo has become a successful entrepreneur as well. Launching two clothing brands of his own and sprinkling in a little male modeling in his spare time. What doesn't he do?

Khleo has two successful clothing/merchandising brands by the names of "Goddesses Living Amongst Men" and "Slick Living Apparel". Both are founded on staying "aware" (Khleo has mentioned several times over on his IG about why he doesn't use the word "woke"). They also give vibes of staying true to who you are and presenting yourself as the goddesses or Awerewolves you are.

Much of Khleo's brand seems to be rooted in the fact that he is unapologetic about who he is, where he is from, and what he plans on doing with his platform. He makes hilariously honest videos on Instagram and isn't shy about taking a dance break, or several.

Fans of Khleo (aka Goddesses and Awarewolves) seem to love that he is so willing to launch discussions with them and actually respond. His blunt opinions and responses make him much more approachable to everyone that loves him and sets him apart from other celebrities in this day and age.

He seems very in touch with his audience and is honest about how he feels about himself and others. The whole point is to be truthful and be open. That's something that I can get behind in 2019.

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15 Thing Only Early 2000's Kids Will Understand

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This is it early 2000's babies, a compilation finally made for you. This list is loaded with things that will make you swoon with nostalgia.

1. Not being accepted by the late 90's kids.


Contrary to what one may think, late 90's and early 00's kids had the same childhood, but whenever a 00's kid says they remember something on an "only 90's kids will understand" post they are ridiculed.

2. Fortune tellers.


Every day in elementary school you would whip one of these bad boys out of your desk, and proceed to tell all of your classmates what lifestyle they were going to live and who they were going to marry.


You could never read this book past 8 o'clock at night out of fear that your beloved pet rabbit would come after you.

4. Silly bands.

You vividly remember begging your parents to buy you $10 worth of cheap rubber bands that vaguely resembles the shape of an everyday object.

5. Parachutes.

The joy and excitement that washed over you whenever you saw the gym teacher pull out the huge rainbow parachute. The adrenaline that pumped through your veins whenever your gym teacher tells you the pull the chute under you and sit to make a huge "fort".

6. Putty Erasers

You always bought one whenever there was a school store.

7. iPod shuffle.

The smallest, least technological iPpd apple has made, made you the coolest kid at the bus stop.

8. "Education Connection"

You knew EVERY wood to the "Education Connection" commercials. Every. Single.Word.

9. " The Naked Brothers Band"

The "Naked Brothers Band" had a short run on Nickelodeon and wrote some absolute bangers including, "Crazy Car' and "I Don't Wanna Go To School"

10. Dance Dance Revolution

This one video game caused so many sibling, friend, and parent rivalries. This is also where you learned all of your super sick dance moves.

11. Tamagotchi

Going to school with fear of your Tamagotchi dying while you were away was your biggest worry.

12. Gym Scooters

You, or somebody you know most likely broke or jammed their finger on one of these bad boys, but it was worth it.

13. Scholastic book fairs

Begging your parents for money to buy a new book, and then actually spending it on pens, pencils, erasers, and posters.


Who knew that putting yogurt in a plastic tube made it taste so much better?

15. Slap Bracelets

Your school probably banned these for being "too dangerous".

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