A post clinical style of commentary and re-cap by the judges, lawyers, psychologists, forensic scientists and serial killers themselves, who were engaged in the criminal prosecution of some of the most famous serial killers.
Albert Fish, the horrific true story of elderly cannibal, sadomasochist, and serial killer, who lured children to their deaths in Depression-era New York City. Distorting biblical tales, ... See full summary »
How do you make a documentary about serial killers on the cheap? You take several documentaries about serial killers, remove chunks from each of them, then splice them together, which is what the people, or more likely the person, behind this did.
"The Real Life Hannibal Lechters" concentrates on Albert Fish, Andrew Chikatilo and Jeffrey Dahmer. There are brief interviews with two relatives of Dahmer victims, but mostly we hear from pundits including psychobabbler Jack Levin who tells us they do it because they enjoy it. No kidding.
Robert Ressler has a four letter word fo their handiwork: evil. Er, yes.
Don't watch this unless you are a total neophyte. Having said that, it isn't that bad. Apart from the contents of Jeffrey Dahmer's refridgerator, of course.
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