Can you humanize a serial killer?

Monsters: The Jeffrey Dahmer The story premiered on Wednesday September 21, 2022 and follows the life of notorious murderer and cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer. The third episode of the show was arguably Evan Peters’ best story and performance to date, after the first two episodes aptly set things up for the future.

Do a dahmer, the third installment in the miniseries, takes place almost entirely when Dahmer was 17-18 years old – the most critical time in his life and journey as a serial killer. There are still a few episodes left in the series and it will be a long time before the story ends, but this episode was the start this story deserved and it excelled in almost every way.

Read on for a detailed review of Monsters: The Jeffrey Dahmer story episode 3


Monsters: The Story of Jeffrey Dahmer Episode 3 Review: A Lesson in Origin Stories

If a show or movie could provide the ideal way to portray an origin story, this is a shining example of what works and what doesn’t. While there are many films and shows that master the art of portraying a character’s moral corruption, this episode excels at the subtle nuances in the portrayal.

The episode’s opening sequence takes place before Jeffrey Dahmer is born and reveals a specific cause that could lead to the young killer becoming mentally ill (at least to some degree). The portrayal of the youthful Jeffrey, on the other hand, draws the audience’s attention with grace.

His first oddity occurs while on a fishing trip with his father, when he catches a fish. These little details help explain how Jeffrey’s mind works and how he perceives the world around him.

Jeffrey isn’t a particularly unpopular or bullied guy, he’s just different. His family, on the other hand, is anything but normal. He is frequently seen engaging in acts of masturbation and perversion, possibly to divert his attention from the raging storm at his home. His fascination with organs and living beings is also emphasized again and again.

The messy divorce that leaves 17-year-old Jeffrey Dahmer to fend for himself puts him in the big loop. This tumultuous period humanizes the serial killer to the point where viewers wonder if he’s a victim of circumstance. The honest and truthful portrayal of Evan Peters contributes to this. Jeffrey would have been different under different circumstances, albeit problematic, but those circumstances did not exist.

The final moments of the episode combined every detail into a brilliant finale where Jeffrey gets his first taste of blood – his first kill. Though his first murder was unintentional, it gave him a taste of power and perversion. It was partly motivated by his sexual desire, but the unfulfilled desire exposed him to a new pleasure like he’d never experienced before, resulting in the monster we know today.

Overall, this was an excellent episode that nailed almost every aspect of filmmaking while telling a compelling story.


All episodes of the show are now streaming on Netflix.



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