Theodore Robert Bundy once described himself as "the most cold-hearted son of a bitch you’ll ever meet".
His known spree of murders between 1974-1978 remains one of the world's worst. The man's sheer arrogance, self-belief and disregard for human life made him one of America's most noteworthy serial killers, and his long-running trial for those crimes became borderline box office when it happened.
Netflix are the latest to jump on the Bundy bandwagon. Their 'Conversations With A Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes' mini-series explores his recorded interviews with journalist Stephen Michaud, brings in elements of his personal life, and examines his trial and eventual death. Throughout the four episodes, the directors do a fine job of showing off how unhinged and evil the man was, but they didn't capture everything.
There are some plot holes in the tale, and some things aren't explained or given closure at all. Obviously, this was always going to be a tough task. Bundy was such an enigma that giving answers is difficult; even so, these Tapes skip some pretty important story beats that would've helped add more context to his nightmarish life...