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David Fincher's Mindhunter TV series gets a promo

No one, but no one, handles the topic of serial killers quite like David Fincher. The man made his mark on the subject with 1995's Se7en, and then took it to new heights of cinematic greatness with Zodiac a decade ago.

Now he's taken John Douglas's fantastic true-crime book, Mindhunter, and brought it to the small screen via Netflix, who Shawn and I have pimped so much lately we should be getting royalties.

But no mind. The series is set to premiere in October, and a trailer was unleashed earlier today. We've got it for your eye holes!



Fincher is an executive producer and directs some of the episodes, so I have high hopes. His visual style is stamped all over this preview, and there's a hefty creep factor to the proceedings. I can't wait to see how this material his handled.

Mindhunter stars Jonathan Groff and Fringe's Anna Torv. All 10 episodes hit Flix of the Net on Oct. 13.

Source: Netflix

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