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.
Jeffrey Dahmer brings a man home from the bar one night; a night of terror.
When a young fat woman is bullied by her peers she winds up on a desolate road where she witnesses something horrific. But will she tell anyone?
John Sr. and June try to ride out their days in the bunker, until someone comes knocking.
The 1st 31 Days of Halloween looks at THE UNGODLY, a brutal, disturbing look at true crime ethics and a Freudian killer.
Amber Sealey’s NO MAN OF GOD explores the corrosiveness of being in close proximity to Ted Bundy through FBI Agent Bill Hagmaier.
Three short films, each about killer women subverting various gendered power dynamics.
A small town cop grapples with toxic masculinity and misogyny. But does The Wolf of Snow Hollow really tackle any of it?
Alvart’s remake touches deeply on issues of class, nation, and morality.
While Byrnes causes brutality to find the missing Vanderbilt baby, Sara, John, and Laszlo keep up their investigation.