Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Similarly Requested DVDs
There are CANNIBALS among us...
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I owned the VHS of REAL LIFE HANNIBAL LECTERS for a while and was thrilled to see that it'd been upgraded to DVD format. For anyone interested in learning more about the criminal cannibals in the world, and the twilight zones in which they reside, this documentary is a MUST-have. Features the infamous Jeffrey Dahmer and Albert Fish cases, among several other "well-knowns". Discussed is the serial killer mentality in general, as well as possible explanations as to why some people choose to cannibalize in such a brutal fashion. For instance, Dahmer ate pieces of his victims so he could feel closer to them. Other career cannibals engage in anthropopaghy (technical word for humans consuming humans) in order to completely CONQUER the victims (as was the situation with the Russian cannibal killer Andrei Chikatilo). Very well produced, I think, with some cool haunting music and a variety of eerie quotes (some anonymous, which makes it even creepier..."IF YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT, I COULD BE YOU TOMORROW" is a chilling example!). Be warned, however, this one is NOT for the faint of heart. Afterall, this does indeed go into details of these human-flesh consumers...Do you REALLY know your neighbors?"
Excellent for Students of Criminal Psychology
Catrice Carlisle | Utah | 03/16/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Gives you the facts, and also the opinions of various Serial Killer experts. It gives you the stories of some of the world's most horrifying examples of human depravity. Overall it is an essential part of a true student of criminal psychology's collection."
It was okay
Melanie Englander | NY | 03/19/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I didn't find anything different from other books and DVD's. It's basically the same information you can read or look up on the internet free."
Kitoni | Austin, TX USA | 10/21/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"was pretty good, though i wish they wouldve shown more photos or just talked about the crimes itself..they were trying too hard to analyze and "figure out" what went wrong in their life that caused them to be this way.