‘Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’: Review

Kineret Isidro, Staff Writer

“Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story” is a Netflix show mostly about Dahmer’s story such as his childhood, teenage years, and what he has been doing his whole life as a serial killer. 

What I liked about the show was that Evan Peters did a fantastic job in acting like Jeffrey Dahmer this whole show. He put a lot of effort into becoming like Dahmer and he became quite disturbing. 

Everyone else who worked on the show tried their best on details, especially the props, CGI, background. 

I did not like one character, Glenda Cleveland, from the show because she kept getting on my nerves even if she tried to do the right thing for society. 

My thoughts on the music was that there is always the same sound, it kept repeating throughout the show, that got me curious but I understood at the end. 

The costumes were fantastic because they tried the best to be the time decade the whole show was set, more accurate on trend style. The costumes made Peters look more like how Dahmer would have been in real life. 

While watching “Dahmer” there is something I found about how it can compare in real life. 

It can teach viewers how to be more aware of your surroundings and not judge a book by its cover.