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The Cannibal Killer: The Real Story of Jeffrey Dahmer

USA 2020
produced by
Pete Jacelone, Edward X. Young (associate) for THR Pro
directed by Pete Jacelone
starring Giancarlo Herrera, Randy Jones, Genoveva Rossi, Lisa Deane, Caleb Vasquez, Mason Taylor, Jay Martins, Crystal Williamson, Beth Dimino, Courtney Waul, Ryan Love, Anfernee Olivier, David DeRosa, Acheley Samira, Clarence Demesier, Bryndan Lewis, Alex Apgar, Jordan A. Magazine, Sophie Guss, Sam Kasmin, Edward X. Young
written by Pete Jacelone, music by Anthony Belluscio, guitar solo by Cory Pensa, special makeup effects by Jay Stoddart

Jeffrey Dahmer

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Jeffrey Dahmer (Giancarlo Herrera) sees himself as essentially a regular guy - but ever since he has killed a playmate on the playground when he was a kid and got away with it, something snapped. These days, Jeffrey's a closet gay who's not only insecure regarding his sexuality, he also has fears of being abandoned, so he tries to make his "conquests" stay, the only way he knows how to.

Jeffrey's method is pretty much the same every time, he poses as a photographer and goes to a bar to pick up a "model" or just puts an ad in the paper to the same effect. Once the model's in his apartment, he provides him with drugged drinks, and once the model's unconscious, he rapes and kills him - or the other way round even. Then he cuts up the body, cooks and eats at least some of the flesh, disposes of the rest in an acid barrel conveniently placed in the kitchen, and keeps the skulls as decoration. And according to his own account, he doesn't even enjoy the killing part of this, so for a time he experimented with turning his victims into zombies by giving them a crude lobotomy via power drill, but this doesn't work out at all. What's amazing is that Jeffrey gets away with this for years, and really the worst he has to fear is being interrupted by his grandma (Beth Dimino) living upstairs or his nosey neighbour (Crystal Williamson) who makes every effort to find a nice girl for him to marry. Thing is, Jeffrey's not even a heartless beast, he can love - but when the one man (David DeRosa) he has fallen in love with backs away, he too readily falls back into his old pattern ...

Fan favourite scream queen Genoveva Rossi plays a nosey neighbour who manages to almost capture Jeffrey, if it wasn't for the inefficient local police.


The Cannibal Killer claims to be "a fictitious, yet mostly historically accurate account of Jeffrey Dahmer's life as a serial killer, as narrated by Jeffrey Dahmer (Giancarlo Herrera) using many actual quotes," and there's something very refreshing about this approach, as the movie doesn't slavishly follow the story of Dahmer, which has been told before, but uses his quotes as a basis for an analysis, an interpretation of the man. As a result Dahmer isn't portrayed as a monster, simply as a deeply disturbed and utterly flawed man who's somehow relatable - up to the point where he starts raping, killing and eating people of course. And this approach works rather beautifully even, thanks to a level-headed script, and also to Giancarlo Herrera giving Dahmer some depth he's rarely afforded in other movies. That all said, the movie's approach might give you nightmares still, as it makes the shocking seem mundane - and exactly for that it's very enjoyable indeed - provided you're into twisted horror of course.


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