CREEPY: Robert Durst Taped Commentary for Jarecki’s 2010 Film about How He Killed People

There’s no “killed them all, of course” line, in the 2010 commentary, but there are a few pretty creepy lines.

Robert Durst

Robert Durst was a big fan of “All Good Things, ” director Andrew Jarecki’s 2010 version of his HBO series “The Jinx, ” starring Ryan Gosling, inspired by the life of the wealthy son of a real estate tycoon, and the string of murders linked to him, as well as his volatile relationship with his wife and her subsequent unsolved disappearance.

According to Vulture, Durst joined Jarecki for a viewing of “All Good Things, ” and the two recorded commentary for the film’s DVD. Durst and Jarecki banter as they watch Durst’s volatile relationship with his wife Kathie (Kirsten Dunst), her disappearance, and the murders of Durst’s friends Susan Berman and Morris Black.

There’s no “killed them all, of course” line, in the 2010 commentary, but there are a few pretty creepy lines:

Durst: This made me feel bad about the movie, Andrew. I mean, the idea that I could kill Igor, I don’t like.

Jarecki: Well, there was a lot of discussion about you having had a lot of dogs over the years, a bunch of [which] were named Igor. Someone said to us at one point that you had seven dogs over ten years or something.”

Durst: No. We had two Igors before the Igor that lasted forever. One of them got run over, and one of them, when he was a puppy, went out and … ate an apple core. The apple core got stuck in his gut. We did an operation on him, and he died.

Then talking about his disappeared wife, Kathie:

Durst: I’ve seen the story about the hair two different ways. One way, I drag her out of the house by her hair; the other way, I grab her hair and a big chunk comes out. Either way is close enough.”

Brrr…

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