The Alphabet Killer(2008)

The Alphabet Killer is a 2008 thriller film, loosely based on the Alphabet murders that took place in Rochester, New York between 1971 and 1973. Eliza Dushku stars as the main character, alongside Cary Elwes, Michael Ironside, Bill Moseley and Timothy Hutton. The film is directed by Rob Schmidt, director of Wrong Turn, and written by Tom Malloy, who also acted in a supporting role.

Megan Paige (Dushku) is an investigator for the Rochester Police Department who is assigned to investigate the murder of a young girl named Carla Castillo, whose body is found in the nearby village of Churchville covered in cat hair. Against opposition of her colleagues and partner/boyfriend Kenneth Shine (Elwes), Megan insists that the murder is a work of a serial killer. Despite Megan’s considerable efforts, she fails to catch the killer. Stress and obsession of the investigation causes Megan to hallucinate the victim's image. She ultimately has a nervous breakdown and tries to commit suicide.

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