The Miranda Murders: Lost Tapes of Leonard Lake and Charles Ng Coming to Amazon Prime & Instant Video

The Miranda Murders: Lost Tapes of Leonard Lake and Charles Ng

The film is the true story of Leonard Lake and Charles Ng, two former veterans who between December of 1983 and June of 1984, kidnapped over twenty women. Together, the two worked to condition these women into becoming their personal sex slaves. Lake and Ng filmed their progress and various journal entries about their crimes in a series of private tapes, which were later used as evidence to convict the two in court. After the trial, the tapes were hidden away from the public.

The Miranda Murders, directed by Matthew Rosvally and produced by Guil Claveria, recreates this real life footage shot by the actual killers, as a means of telling the story through their eyes. It shows the chronology of the situations that lead up to the initial kidnappings and follows Lake and Ng’s various attempts at brain washing and torturing their victims into submission.

The characters in the film are all portrayals of the actual victims and every scene has been heavily researched to be as accurate as possible to the real life footage not available to the public. This style of filmmaking provides audiences with an experience that allows them to get inside the mind of a real life murderer.

The role of Leonard Lake is played by the Director of the film, Matthew Rosvally and the role of Charles Ng is played by the Producer, Guil Claveria. Other actors in the film include Kelci C. Miguel (Midsummer Nightmares, The Sunday Night Slaughter), Johanna Rae (Psychos, The Dead Site, All Through The House), Alan Bernhoft (The Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Rock and Roll Musical), Sara Barrett (Deadly Famous) and David Oman (The Six Degrees of Helter Skelter, Haunted History, Ghost Adventures, The House At The End Of The Drive).

Below is the link to the most recent trailer

Here is the original trailer to the film on YouTube:

Here is the sneak preview, which depicts a sequence between Leonard Lake and Charles Ng

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