Killing of America (1981)
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Directed by: Sheldon Renan, Leonard Schrader
Country: United States
Genres: Documentary, Mass Killings, Serial Killers, Cult
The Killing of America is a documentary that laments gun culture in the USA and ties it to violence over the decades. Released in 1981, it’s probably a bit dated but includes footage of assassinations of important figures, serial killers and even an interview with Ed Kemper.
more like thissss!
I’m bloody deaf, where’s the subtitle?
I just found this on youtube – it has a rare 177 thumbs up/ zero down
Waaaaaay better than I expected!!
The Mondo Cane series in the 60s and 70s and this doco spawned Traces and Faces of Death, each upping the gore and intensity right up to Mdpope in the 2010s and then others that shall remain unnameable and will probably never see the light of day unless one wants to trawl through the sewer of the dark web at their own risk. TKOA is just an intro into these docos and is quite mild in comparison to all others.
this is fucking epic more like this
A very well done and informative documentary. Despite the subject matter, it was enjoyable.
Really enjoyed this until the final 5 mins. I don’t get this obsession with John Lennon. He was a wife beater who physically and psychologically abused his son. Warbling on about having no possessions whilst he bought property and financed a lavish lifestyle for him and his wife. Driving around in Rolls Royces and telling us he came from a working class Liverpool background when infact he was born into a middle class family. ……Rant over.
America = badass