Good docudrama focusing on the true life events of Eddie Gein, the Butcher of Plainfield. The low budget minimalist approach to the sound and gore adds a degree of realism, which is only accentuated by Railsback's excellent performance as the disturbed farmer. Railsback brings something sorrowful and empathetic to the role, in what is easily his best performance since Helter Skelter. It is also the most accurate portrayal of the true events, playing them straight compared to the sometimes campy performances in Deranged. Though there is little on screen violence, the grisly remains scattered throughout the movie are extremely gory and believable. I recommend it, its disturbing and you wont soon forget the dance in the moonlight!