We'll have to wait until the end of July to see Quentin Tarantino's take on the infamous Manson Family murders in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. But if you'd like to see a much-worse version, you'll only have to wait until June 4.
In a very 2005 casting decision, The Haunting of Sharon Tate stars Hilary Duff (Lizzie McGuire) and Jonathan Bennett (Mean Girls) as Sharon Tate and Jay Sebring, respectively. The film focuses on the final days of Tate before she and her unborn child were gruesomely murdered. Writer-Director Daniel Farrands (The Amityville Murders) specializes in true crime horror, with The Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson still to come. However, the film got absolutely killed (pun intended) by critics, with most calling it exploitative. But if you're a fan of the film, or at least morbidly curious, you can pick it up on Blu-ray, DVD or digital June 4.