From 1932 until they were gunned down on May 23, 1934 Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow captured the nation’s attention and a not-insignificant number of its souls (gunning down 10-15, by most estimates). But they were far more famous for their crime-fueled love affair, which has sparked more pop-culture homages than nearly any other criminals from the “Public Enemy” era of the 1930s, cemented by Arthur Penn’s 1967 film starring Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty. But what would a modern interpretation of the classic tome look like? Nicholas Maggio (who we’ve already seen is pretty good at the babes, crime, cars equation) has taken a stab with “Cry Havoc Cry“, and the results are about as killer as you’d expect. If you don’t hit eBay in search of a leather jacket and an E28 M5 afterwards, you might need to watch it again.