Ali Abbasi’s HOLY SPIDER tackles the misogyny of society, in Iran and elsewhere.
A Wounded Fawn dives headlong into Greek myth to torture a terrible man’s mind and body.
Patrick and Gino wind up in the hands of the Mai Tai Killer. The virus keeps spreading through NYC.
Patrick’s ugly past comes back to haunt him, pulling Gino into a nightmarish situation.
Patrick and Gino keep investigating, but when NYC is plunged into a blackout things get scarier.
Gino escapes his captor, but the mystery and the murders continue in New York City.
Jeffrey discovers infamy in prison while those left behind in his wake outside the prison walls try to move on with their lives.
Lionel Dahmer deals with his own failures and demons in the wake of Jeffrey’s crimes while Rev. Jesse Jackson seeks justice for the victims’ families.
Jeffrey’s affect on the Black community around him was felt by many, including Glenda Cleveland and Rev. Jesse Jackson.
Everyone failed to stop Jeffrey Dahmer, from his family to the cops to the courts. This also damaged people of colour and their families in various communities.
Jeffrey drifts from high school to college to the army, but nothing works. Eventually he finds what he’s good at: preying on other gay men.
Jeffrey struggles with being alone. Then, in June of 1978, he kills for the first time.