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 1 hr. and 12 min.) The camera's reflection can be seen behind the car, after Jeff and his friends park. See more »
I am writing this review to shed a light on the amazing, masterful, Oscar worthy performance of Ross Lynch. As far as I've noticed, it is his first big screen performance, and he delivers. He is definitely worthy of an award for best actor. The way he portrays the character is so realistic, that I cannot imagine him being other than this in real life, in the sense that he embodies the character brilliantly.
Regarding the movie, I like movies that leave you feeling a bit confused. Am I supposed to sympathize with him? Is that what the movie was about? There is no way to feel empathy for a person who committed those horrible crimes, but if the movie made you even consider it, makes it brilliant. Eventually, I realized that I was infatuated with Ross Lynch's acting so much, that I was actually liking him as an actor in that role, but not the person he was portraying.
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