Lifetime Airs Movie Based On The Craigslist Killings

Written by Michael Lambarde on Jan. 03, 2011

Whenever there is a crime committed against women that makes its way into the media, you’d better believe that producers will be ready and willing to make a movie about it. Cable channel Lifetime has shifted its attention to the Internet in a movie that is currently airing on the network “based on the real events” that transpired by a Craigslist Killer.

If you are unaware of exactly who the Craigslist killer is, let us bring you up to speed. The story centers around Philip Markov, a “Boston University medical student, charged with murder in 2009 Julissa Brisman, a masseuse, he said that he had met through Craigslist destination.” Markov pleaded not guilty to the charges and was set to go on trial this month, but he committed suicide in his jail cell last August. The made-for-TV-film stars William Baldwin who struggles as a no nonsense routine COP, Agnes Bruckner and Jake McDormand as the title characters. If anything else, this film will remind you of those old movies NBC Monday night? Those were the days.

Have you watched the Lifetime movie currently airing?

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