Consider these classic films to be the ultimate cautionary tales. The caution: leave that creepy-looking guy alone with whatever it is he's doing. Simply do not get in his business. Learn this lesson the hard way via Tony Curtis's portrayal of the demented Albert DeSalvo in 1968's THE BOSTON STRANGLER. Gasp at the horror piled upon an innocent traveling couple by crazed chemistry teacher Barney Cousins in the 1993 remake THE VANISHING. Finally, get creeped out by Buffalo Bill and his "woman suits" in the 1991 Academy Award-winning Best Picture THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS. Whatever you do, just don't ever talk to these guys. Please see individual titles for complete synopsis information.
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