But the fully nude execution sequence offers the carnal payoff the film needs.
A Lizzie Borden biopic, a Laura Dern vehicle and a handful of films about race in America are among our most anticipated.
When conservatives and strict constitutionalists start bloviating about the intentions of America's Founding Fathers, it's interesting to think about which of those men still hold a place in popular culture. The success of Lin-Manuel Miranda's new hip-hop musical, Hamilton, led me to see who else's name appears.
Lifetime clearly hasn't lost its flair for dramatics. "Lizzie Borden Took An Ax" premieres on Jan. 25 at 8 p.m. EST on Lifetime
Throughout America’s storied history of crime, a handful of particularly unsettling homicides have not only made, but transcended
Gary Indiana, Lizzie Borden, John Burdett, and Lee Houck -- I chose the four aforementioned artists and asked them to talk about why (or why not) a "natural-born hooker" was the central character in their films and novels.