The Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil & Vile film premiered last week on Netflix. The movie which stars Zac Efron as the protagonist, tells the tale of the notorious serial killer Ted Bundy, mostly through the lens and perspective of his girlfriend Elizabeth Kloepfer (played by Lily Collins). While the movie brought fans of the original story and psychopath films alike to watch it upon its release, many were surprised to find a lack of gore and blood. After all, Ted Bundy was one of America's most violent criminals hence the latter should be expected, yet to one of the killer's actual surviving victims, the movie is perfect as is.

Kathy Kleiner Rubin was viciously attacked and left for dead by Bundy near Florida State University's Chi Omega House in 1978. The survivor told TMZ that the Netflix film is much better without the gore and blood because it is a true tale and not a horror movie. Accordingly, Kathy adds that using your imagination is better in such context or better yet, informing yourself on the actual murder spree which was well documented by the news at the time. 

In a clip shared by TMZ, Rubin is seen getting extremely emotional as she discusses the lengthy list of Ted Bundy's victims.