Alex Wolff, playing Derf Backderf, mentioned eerie events occurring in Dahmer's real house, such as lights turning off everywhere and there being a general sense of unease or nausea among the actors. It remains one of the creepiest experiences in his acting career. See more »
(around 36 min.) After Jeff gets his picture taken with a grim expression, he momentarily looks at the camera as he laughs with his friends. See more »
It's Not Too Late
Written by Doug Davis
Performed by Christopher Blue
Courtesy of Fervor Records See more »
not MY friend, but...
I gotta say, I liked the graphic novel much more than this movie. In film version, it moved very, very slowly. Still, the topic, Dahmer's high school days, drew me in, in a sort of twisted fascination. Ross Lynch does a very good job in the lead role, sort of a Napoleon Dynamite gone wrong, in an Ed Chigliak sort of way. I was able to feel badly for Dahmer in this phase of his life, and I was left wondering a lot of what if's. I guess every life has these what if's, and Dahmer's ended up taking the horrifying road that it took. Creepy. Even creepier, to me, are the people who "lived" through their encounters with him. What about the prom date? Holy mackerel! A unique look, the unveils itself slowly.
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