While I was not very high on the movie (and by not very high, I mean that I liked the film, I just wasn’t gushing all over it like some — it was a bit long for my taste), I did find David Fincher’s Zodiac to be incredibly interesting. Having grown up in the midwest, I was not very familiar with all of the lore behind the killer that would eventually send the state of California into a state of shock. Thankfully, I found Fincher’s film to be very informative and overwhelmingly insightful. It actually had me browsing through Wikipedia after seeing the film, anxious to know more about the story behind the film.

So if you are like me and were caught up (even for a moment) by the Zodiac story, you will like what I am about to tell you. Paramount Pictures just sent over a note about some special features that have been released for free download on ZodiacMovie.com. The additional features, which supplement the upcoming release of David Fincher’s Director’s Cut of the film on DVD on January 8, include further briefings from real life investigators. They talk about Linguistic Analysis, Geographical Profiling and Behavioral Profiling. It’s sort of like CSI — but real.

So if you are interested (and you damn well should be), head on over to ZodiacMovie.com to catch the free extras.

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