Most people know the gist of this case already, but for the uninitiated, Dahmer was a registered sex offender in Wisconsin whose sporadic homicides led to a one-year spree beginning in 1990 when he lived alone in a now-demolished apartment building. His murdering and cannibalization of at least 17 young men provided fodder for numerous TV special and documentaries, but in a particularly shocking move at the time, a feature film went into production mere months after his arrest and went straight to home video in 1993.
The film depicts this descent into madness via numerous voiceovers from Dahmer, who begins as a lonely and confused young man desperate for companionship but soon transforms into a malicious, manipulative psychopath. The original label, Magnum, eventually passed it on to a reissue nine years later from Dead Alive, but the first DVD edition took another decade to arrive from Intervision. Blood Diner star Carl Crew took on writing and producing duties while starring as Dahmer as well, offering a grisly and unflinching character study that had more to offer than most viewers expected from non-theatrical horror films at the time.

The string of murders was marked by some outrageous twists of fate, including a 14-year-old victim who escaped only to find police protection not as easy as one might hope. No one will ever call this one a neglected masterpiece given the obvious sensationalism behind its creation, but all things considered, it's amazing the film turned out this well. You probably can't get better than this since it was evidently shot on scruffy-looking 16mm and completed on video, including video-generated titles.
A more upscale (relatively speaking) biopic was later made in 2002 starring a pre-Hurt Locker Jeremy Renner, though it avoided the rawness and brutality of this version.
Along with the original trailer, the big extra here is a new audio commentary with Crew and director David R.

Bowen, who spend a lot of time discussing their motives for the project, their encounters with family members of the victims, a very thorough overview of the real Dahmer chronology, and their thoughts on the actual crimes including some interaction with Dahmer's family and even an offer to speak with him in prison. Not overly in the visual sense, but the fact it's all so damn true, it sticks to the real life events pretty damn close.

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