We’ve just managed to crawl out from under our fort of pillows after watching all of the Ted Bundy Tapes on Netflix.
The first episode is a slow-burner but once the second episode kicks in, you learn and see things about the killer that you’ll wish you never knew.
The Tapes came to Netflix to mark the 30th anniversary of Bundy’s death by electric chair but of course, this isn’t the only dosage of Bundy we’ve gotten in 2019.
Zac Efron takes on the role of the mass murderer in the movie Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile.
The new Bundy film is due for release later this year but it has also been confirmed that it will be coming to Netflix once it’s off the big screen.
Netflix purchased the rights of the movie for $9m but it won’t be on the platform until at least Autumn 2019.
Good things come for those who wait, but we think we’ll be heading to the cinema when it comes out and then rewatching it when it hits Netflix again.