Dahmer Monster: A Jeffrey Dahmer Story

TV Show • 2022 • Crime  Report
Does a cat die?
Add comment
Yes
0
No
3
Yes
0
No
3
0
SleepyMaya
Episodes 2 and 3 are really hard to watch if you care about animals, there are multiple graphic things in them as well as some creepy stories. You can skip those when they start and you won't lose anything important to the story (the frog story is slightly important but honestly I would rather not hear it), but you will likely still see parts of them before you skip. Other than these 2 episodes, most of what you'll see in the other episodes is graphic meat images, and inner organs that are "human organs" story wise, but in reality are probably real animal organs that were used while filming (guts, hearts, etc). But it's not much worse than the average horror movie, other than episodes 2 and 3. The series is still worth watching in my opinion, but do be prepared to skip some scenes.
2 comments | Add comment
Are there bugs?
Add comment
Yes
0
No
3
Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
Yes
5
No
0
0
stopkillingcats
Ep 2, Dahmer kills tadpoles by drowning them in motor oil Ep 3, Earthworms and fish killed
2 comments | Add comment
0
SleepyMaya
Episodes 2 and 3 are really hard to watch if you care about animals, there are multiple graphic things in them as well as some creepy stories. You can skip those when they start and you won't lose anything important to the story (the frog story is slightly important but honestly I would rather not hear it), but you will likely still see parts of them before you skip. Other than these 2 episodes, most of what you'll see in the other episodes is graphic meat images, and inner organs that are "human organs" story wise, but in reality are probably real animal organs that were used while filming (guts, hearts, etc). But it's not much worse than the average horror movie, other than episodes 2 and 3. The series is still worth watching in my opinion, but do be prepared to skip some scenes.
5 comments | Add comment
Yes
0
No
3
Yes
0
No
3
Yes
0
No
3
Yes
0
No
4
Yes
4
No
0
0
PatrickvandenEnden
Some of Dahmer's victims were children.
2 comments | Add comment
0
SleepyMaya
Many people are as they try to call the authorities about what happens, or confront Dahmer himself.
2 comments | Add comment
0
KCole12
There's verbal abuse between Lionel & Joyce Dahmer in the majority of the flashback scenes involving Jeffrey's childhood/teen years.
1 comment | Add comment
2
MychaelPatterson
Dahmer drinks abusively
2 comments | Add comment
0
stopkillingcats
People repeatedly being drugged via drink as well as Dahmer's mother Joyce being addicted to pills, shown taking them, overdosing, and experiencing various symptoms and side effects
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
5
No
0
0
SleepyMaya
In the first episode someone is being handcuffed but they manage to run. In the 8th or 9th episodes someone is restrained in a nightmare. In the last episode someone has their hand tied before they are killed.
1 comment | Add comment
0
KCole12
*MILD SPOILER IF YOU DON'T ALREADY KNOW ABOUT THE DAHMER CASE* The human gore comes in waves. Sometimes it'll be a flashback of a severed limb, or the camera will show Dahmer's collection of polaroid's of his victims. The most prolonged scenes are of the head in the fridge, the hitchhiker (head wound, but you only really see blood in his hair), the guy in the nice hotel (this one was pretty rough), and Dahmer's beat down in the jail and the hospital scene that follows.
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
2
No
0
Yes
0
No
1
0
stopkillingcats
Mentioned, blurred photo shown (nothing visible), Ep 1
1 comment | Add comment
0
stopkillingcats
Described in detail, not shown ep 1
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
0
No
3
0
KCole12
If you count Jeffrey cutting up the bodies as amputation, then yes. In Ep.1 you see a head in the fridge twice, once very briefly (11:21, for barely 2 seconds) and again later in the episode when the officers are explaining what they found to Jeff's father. The entire scene references body parts he kept in the cold storage (41:20-43:00). You see the head as they're taking crime scene photos (as well as human hearts, the vat of acid which clearly has bones, etc.). They describe their findings in detail, so if that's not your jam skip it.
1 comment | Add comment
0
SleepyMaya
In one of the episodes someone is hit on the head. In the last episode someone has their kinda smashed until the person dies.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
0
No
3
Yes
0
No
3
Yes
2
No
1
0
SleepyMaya
A lot of victims are strangled.
1 comment | Add comment
0
SleepyMaya
No, some people might have anxiety attacks though but that's the most close thing
1 comment | Add comment
0
SleepyMaya
Multiple people, it is a story about a serial killer after all...
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
2
No
0
0
MychaelPatterson
A 14 year old’s torture and death are described in great detail
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
0
No
2
0
stopkillingcats
Episode 2, very graphic scene, as well as it not being taken seriously and told they're faking.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
4
No
0
Yes
0
No
1
Yes
0
No
2
0
SleepyMaya
No, but a mom tries to commit suicide twice. I also think Dahmer's last victim in real life was a young father (if I'm not mistaken) but that isn't really mentioned in the series.
1 comment | Add comment
0
SleepyMaya
You do see some scenes from the movie The Exorcist 3 during the first episode, but those are very minor and are only seen for a few seconds with barely any info about what's seen, so I would still count it as "not really".
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
0
No
4
0
SleepyMaya
John Wayne Gacy (Pogo the Clown) is shown in the last episode, though he is only wearing the clown costume for a few seconds out of it, as he kills someone. For the rest of the episode he is seen with regular clothes.
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
0
No
3
Yes
0
No
3
Yes
0
No
0
2
blessbee
Episode 4, 44:30
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
4
No
0
2
stopkillingcats
The cops are presented as shit as they should be
3 comments | Add comment
Yes
0
No
3
Yes
0
No
3
0
SleepyMaya
There is an episode in which people donate blood and needles are seen, and in the last episode there is also an execution by injection.
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
4
No
0
0
SleepyMaya
The mother tried to commit suicide twice in two different episodes, once by pills and once by gas, it's not very graphic and she survives both attempts though.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
0
No
1
0
KCole12
Jeffrey's mother holds a knife up like she's going to take a stab at his father during an argument, and she's yelling that he "thinks she's crazy".
1 comment | Add comment
0
stopkillingcats
Ep 2, loud slurping and swallowing noises
1 comment | Add comment
0
SleepyMaya
The mother tried to commit suicide twice in two different episodes, once by pills and once by gas, it's not very graphic and she survives both attempts though.
1 comment | Add comment
0
SleepyMaya
A victim's mother seem to have what looks like an anxiety attack after losing her son. She is cutting his head out of every picture and cries terribly. It's somewhere between an anxiety attack to PTSD from the look of it. Earlier in the series there are also a few scenes that look like Dahmer's mother might be having some anxiety attack.
1 comment | Add comment
0
SleepyMaya
Don't think it was said like that, but the mother tried to commit suicide twice in two different episodes, once by pills and once by gas, it's not very graphic and she survives both attempts though. She does also writer a suicide letter before the second attempt.
1 comment | Add comment
0
SleepyMaya
In the last few episodes we see people living with trauma, having nightmares, etc. They never get any professional treatment for it so it might not be an official PTSD, but they are clearly very traumatized and it looks like they have it.
1 comment | Add comment
0
SleepyMaya
A lot of scenes with dancing clubs/bars through the whole series, a fair in one episode, sirens from police cars, and some camera flashes. Hard to point to a specific part since it's a lot.
1 comment | Add comment
0
stopkillingcats
Ep 2, very wobbly and out of focus scene towards the end of the episode
1 comment | Add comment
0
stopkillingcats
Episode 2, very loud, multiple times
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
0
No
4
0
SleepyMaya
There is a baby in episode 2 and another one in episode 6 (episode literally begins with a birth).
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
0
No
3
Yes
0
No
3
0
stopkillingcats
No abortion but sentiment of regretting children being born is discussed.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
0
No
3
0
SleepyMaya
In the beginning of episode 6.
1 comment | Add comment
0
SleepyMaya
Yes and no regarding "first", but probably more yes than a no. The first victim of the killer wasn't black but it's not the first kill we see in the series, he is only shown later. The first black person we do see does manage to escape. However, first or not, majority of the victims were people of color, mostly black.
1 comment | Add comment
0
stopkillingcats
A lot of homophobic speech
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
0
No
1
0
Halcyxnl
Episode 3, towards the beginning there is an impression of a disabled person
1 comment | Add comment
0
stopkillingcats
Ep 2, cop makes a joke about Asians
3 comments | Add comment
0
SleepyMaya
Majority of the victims are young gay men.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
0
No
2
0
SleepyMaya
Dahmer deals with a 14 years old child.
1 comment | Add comment
0
SleepyMaya
Yes, though I believe the only literal nudes that are seen are during the gay sauna club or whatever that was, where you see some male genitals for a few seconds. The rest is still sexual but you don't see any genitals.
1 comment | Add comment
Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
Add comment
Yes
0
No
4
Yes
0
No
0
Yes
0
No
0
Yes
0
No
3
0
stopkillingcats
There is nothing happy here.
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
0
No
3
Yes
0
No
3
Yes
0
No
3
Yes
0
No
1
0
SleepyMaya
Almost the whole series has it.
2 comments | Add comment
0
PatrickvandenEnden
In the final episode, a flashback of John Wayne Gacy is shown dressed as Pogo The Clown, drowning somebody in a bathtub.
1 comment | Add comment