This first effort to bring the story of Ed Gein to the screen is pretty well made, though it feels aged and cheesy at times. Ezra Cobb is a lonely farmer that takes to grave robbing, corpse mutilation, and murder after the passing of his domineering mother. Ormsby takes many liberties with the actual events, along with adding some strange and out of place humor, but for the most part the events in the film are accurate to the case. The scenes depicting the mummified corpses and Cobb dressed in his suit of human skin are still creepy and disarming. Blossom plays a convincing lead, lending credibility and strength to the character. One thing the definitely film could have done away with is the narrator that randomly interjects his commentary on screen. Its definitely worth checking out though!