Few feelings compare to the terrifying, heartbreaking thrill of watching a great thriller. Whether you're a horror fanatic or not, waiting before a serial killer shows up from behind the door has the power to terrify anyone.
An even scarier thought than the movies can convey is the consideration that some of these incidents and events, however heinous or morally corrupt, actually happened in real life. As ignorant as it is to call it all fantasy, the most monstrous movie villains to ever hit the big screen are inspired by real-life people and events. Here is a list of top ten serial killer movies based on true events.
 From Hell
From hellis a 2001 psychological thriller film directed by Albert and Allen Hughes. The plot follows Frederick Abberline, a private investigator played by Johnny Depp, on his quest to find the famous real-life supervillain everyone calls "Jack the Ripper".
Dawn in 1888, Jack the Ripper was a name given to a mysterious criminal who killed and tortured five, probably more, women, all found within a mile radius. Knowing that the person responsible for such heinous crimes was never found, arrested or identified is perhaps even more disturbing than the shockingly mutilated state in which these victims found themselves. with what really happened in the story, but it's not entirely true wholeheartedly.
 The Boston Strangler
Loosely based on a true story from the early 1960sThe Boston StranglerIt centers on a man named Albert Desalvo, played by Mauro Lannini, who was convicted of murdering 13 women and sentenced to life imprisonment as a result.
After a traumatic upbringing, Desalvo lived a lustful and devilish life. Directed by Richard Fleisher, this spy epic does a great job of enlightening and entertaining audiences about the perverse interactions of an evil spirit. Princess Kiera Knightly is rumored to be starring in a new movie, Pirates of the Caribbean.
Anyone who thinks that only men can take the crown for violent and murderous intent has never heard of Aileen Wuornos. For those who fall into this category,Monster, a crime biopic written and directed by Patty Jenkins is a great watch. Starring Hollywood actress Charlize Theron, Jenkins' creative masterpiece tells the dark tale of a struggling young woman fighting her way off the street to a higher-level crime: murder.
Wuornos, both in real life and on the big screen, was a prostitute accused of murdering seven men for whom she served as clients between 1989 and 1990. Monster, the most respected serial killer in true crime history, became a triple threat to cinemas when it was released. won several Oscars after its release in 2002.
 Morde in Snowtown
Australia's most famous massacre was filmed in 2011 with Justin Kurzel's directorial debut.The Snowtown Murders. Between August 1992 and May 1999, three young men named John Justin Bunting, played in the film by Daniel Henshall, Robert Joe Wagner, played by Aaron Viergever, and James "Jamie" Spyridon Vlassakis, performed what later became known as "Corpses." was murdered in 'of barrels'.
Not only was this one of the most heinous trials the South Australian courts had ever seen, it was also the longest-lasting and most widely publicized in the world. Whimsical and captivating, Kurzel perfectly captures the disastrous impact these three men, four of them their fugitive gravedigger Mark Haydon, had on Australian history.
 My friend Dahmer
Jeffrey Dahmer is perhaps the most notorious serial killer of all time, andmy friend dahmerIt might be the best psychological thriller about him based on a biography. Fascinating from start to finish, the 2017 American adaptation was directed by Marc Lynch and, as the title suggests, is based on none other than Milwaukee Cannibal himself.
Ross Lynch plays Dahmer, and former Naked Brothers actor and animator Alex Wolff plays John "Derf" Backderf, the cartoonist who inspired the film's making with a comic he wrote in 2012. However, as the narrative shows, Backderf is more than just a talented artist and storyteller. lively. Until the murders began in 1978, he was Dahmer's actual schoolmate.
 Catch a killer
John Wayne Gacy could have easily created coulrophobia (fear of clowns) with his reign as a formidable "killer clown."catch a killerpaints a perfect picture of why. Terrifying for everyone and equally entertaining for horror film fans, the 1992 two-part television saga directed by Eric Till tells the bloody and gruesome past of a sadistic serial killer who raped and brutally murdered more than 30 people.
Despite the unspeakable nature of his crimes, the most frightening element to consider, whether dramatized or authentic, is the disguise he wore to commit them. And a squeaky red nose wasn't the only accessory she wore. Gacy also wore a completely different, seemingly kind and friendly persona to mask his exhausting, bloodthirsty face.
 Kart Heroes
Named after the famous Beatles song,Kart Heroes, directed by Tom Gries, is a biological thriller that was released in 1976. The film gives a whole new meaning to the word cult classic and is based on the horrific atrocities committed by the Charles Manson family. The Manson murders are among the most difficult archives to delve into, and this film certainly falls short.
Another unsolved true crime mystery and one of the most famous, The Zodiac Killer deserves a movie more than any other.zodiac, directed by Davide Fincher and based on Robert Raysmith's 1986 novel, is an epic tale of the serial killer who littered the San Francisco Bay Area from the late 1960s to early 1970s.
The dramatized version not only captures the Zodiac Killer's cunning and downright terrifying tactics, but also stars some Hollywood greats, including Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo and Jake Gyllenhaal. But even these A-list actors come across as little thrillers in this true crime story.
 O massacre, no Texas
ClimateThe Texas Chainsaw MassacreIn fact, it's advertised as a true story, the character "Leatherface" wasn't a real person terrorizing the town with a motorized chainsaw. On the other hand, despite the slightly over-the-top prose, the story was inspired by Ed Gein, the real-life 1957 murder.
Also known as the "Butcher of Plainfield", known for making clothing from human remains, Gein has inspired many psychologically compelling film plots, including Norman Bates' character in "Psychopath".
 The Silence of the Lambs
This goes hand-in-hand with The Texas Chainsaw as both provide a general consensus of what really happened, with some aspects of the story altered for dramatic effect. However,silence of the innocent, starring Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins, is truly one of a kind.
The film's killer is known as "Buffalo Bill," a sick individual with a fetish for kidnapping plus-sized women and holding them hostage in a chamber full of human flesh beneath his basement before finally killing them for their skin. . like a monkey.
All of these attributes resemble Ed Gein, who is said to have drank from skull cups and sat on chairs made of bone. The character of Hannibal Lector, however, was based on a very different story: the story of an optimistic death row inmate who bribed a guard to allow him to escape from prison. Both accounts would make Silence of the Lambs the third and final film to win the Best Picture award in addition to the first five categories.