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People Urged Not to ‘Romanticize’ Jeffrey Dahmer Just Because He’s Played by Evan Peters in Netflix Series

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People are urging viewers not to romanticize the serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer in the new show that was released recently on Netflix.

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The new Netflix original series that everyone seems to be talking about is called ‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story.’

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It’s pretty straightforward as to what the series is about…

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The story of one of the world’s most notorious serial killers told from the perspective of his victims.

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In the series, Dahmer is played by actor Evan Peter.

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The show landed Netflix on Wednesday…

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And it will be a 10-part miniseries.

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Fans wonder if the show is accurate to real-life events…

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Or whether some parts were glossed-over.

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As any fan of true-crime television will tell you, “based on a true story” can often mean a wide range of interpretations of the facts. 

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However, this series played things faithfully to the reported information. But there are a few things that divert away from reality. But nonetheless, this will be right up the alley for someone who enjoys murder/mystery series.

But while fans are currently loving this new show, they’re also sad about the shows that are leaving the streaming platform this month…

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Family favorite How to Train Your Dragon 2 is leaving early this month.

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The second installment of the How to Train Your Dragon trilogy has an all-star cast, including big names like Cate Blanchett and Jonah Hill. Don’t miss this one before it leaves this month.

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Epic war movie Dunkirk is going too.

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Watch Harry Styles’ acting debut in the critically acclaimed film before it leaves Netflix.

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Australian show Offspring will also be gone this month.

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The comedy-drama stars Asher Keddie as an obstetrician trying to juggle her work, crazy family and search for a partner.

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Fan favorite Saved by the Bell is leaving on September 14.

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Get your retro fix in sooner rather than later, as all of Netflix’s Saved by the Bell shows are leaving halfway through the month. This includes everything from the original seasons, to the spinoff show The College Years and the 2 TV movies Hawaiian Style and Wedding in Las Vegas.

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Netflix Original Schumacher is leaving on September 15.

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The 2021 documentary about the legendary driver is a must-watch for any Formula 1 fans out there.

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Blade Runner: The Final Cut is leaving on September 25.

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The full-length version of the original movie is currently on Netflix, but it won’t be for long!

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The 2017 reboot Blade Runner 2049 is also leaving on the same day.

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Why not a Blade Runner marathon and watch them both back to back before they leave?

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Emmy-award-winning show Gotham is set to leave on September 29.

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Get your fix of the superhero crime drama series before it goes.

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Watch 2012 thrillet hit Argo before it leaves on September 30.

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Directed by and starring Ben Affleck, this movie won big time at the 2013 Oscars. Awards included Best Adapted Screenplay and even Best Motion Picture.

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Steven Spielberg’s acclaimed 2002 hit Catch Me If You Can leaves Netflix on September 30.

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Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks star in this Oscar-nominated film.

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Classic movie Dirty Harry is also set to leave at the end of September.

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Clint Eastwood plays the titular role in this neo-noir thriller.

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Dumb and Dumber will disappear at the end of the month too.

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Watch Jeff Daniels and Jim Carrey in their original iconic roles from the 1994 movie before it goes.

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The cult classic Boogie Nights is sadly also going.

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The movie’s all-star cast includes Mark Wahlberg, Burt Reynolds and Julianne Moore.

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Stanley Kubrick’s 1987 hit Full Metal Jacket is being taken off at the end of the month.

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The drama focuses on the Vietnam War, and is essential viewing for any movie buff.

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Keanu Reeves’ classic Constantine is another movie that’s leaving Netflix.

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The superhero horror film is going on September 30.

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Will Smith film I Am Legend will also disappear from the streaming service.

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Get your fix of the post-apocalyptic flick before it leaves at the end of this month.

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Insidious is another movie to be leaving Netflix.

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The horror movie from 2010 is set to leave before the end of the month, so you better be quick to get your fix of this one before Halloween hits.

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The classic comedy Mean Girls is going too.

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The 2004 smash hit stars everyone from Lindsay Lohan to Rachel McAdams in what is one of the most quintessential high school movies ever.

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Another comedy classic, Old School, is disappearing from Netflix.

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Starring Will Ferrell, Luke Wilson and Vince Vaughn, this is guaranteed to give you great laughs.

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Another cult classic movie, Seven, will be going on September 30.

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Directed by David Fincher and starring Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman, this thriller is essential watching.

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The Sweetest Thing is set to go at the end of the month too.

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The 2002 comedy film stars Cameron Diaz, Selma Blair and Christina Applegate.

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The classic Robert De Nero flick Taxi Driver is another movie that’s leaving Netflix.

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You have until September 30 to watch it before it leaves the streaming service.

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The Talented Mr. Ripley is also set to disappear.

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The Oscar-nominated movie stars everyone from Cate Blanchett and Philip Seymour Hoffman to Jude Law and Matt Damon.

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But don’t be too sad!

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Because this show’s sure to thrill.

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Many viewers are praising Evan Peter and his amazing portrayal of Jeffrey Dahmer.

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So much so, that people find it “creepy as hell,” and others calling it “bone-chilling.”

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While people find Evan Peter’s portrayal of Dahmer creepy…

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Some are becoming wary of glamorizing the serial killer because of Peter’s portrayal.

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One user took to social media, saying,  “Dahmer is out, let’s not romanticize Jeffrey Dahmer just because he is played by Evan Peters. Remember the victims.”

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Another user added: “It’s okay to praise Evan Peters for his performance, he is a brilliant actor. But do not romanticize him in the role as Jeffrey Dahmer.”

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However, there are already comments surfing online as people continue to romanticize the serial killer.

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A user tweeted: “Honestly though why’s Evan peters still low-key hot as a serial killer?”

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A second user tweeted: “Need Evan Peters to play a character that isn’t a serial killer so bad so I can find him hot in peace.”

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What are your thoughts?

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