Very depraved. animal activists are ruthless but a job well done in this case.
Really could have done without showing the videos, fine show the animals but showing the first half of the snuff film? That was awful and something I really would rather have never seen. I couldn’t go to sleep, with the scene replaying in my brain. Also, I find it very weird that in two instances filming had to be stopped bc the cop and baudi were getting worked up about the animal videos - but were completely fine talking about the actual human death. I will never understand people getting more worked up over animals vs humans. 😅end rant.
As much as I like true crime for how interesting it is to look into the human psychi. I don't think that true crime documentarys might be the best thing as they can often portray things in a cinematic way making us feel detached from someone having actually killed another person. Besides does point, it would have been just way faster to watch a YouTube video about the guy.
Hannah Van Brimer
2 months ago
Wow...This series was amazing. I love murder mysteries, and omg wow this was a good one. The fact that all of the evidence leading up to this took two years and started with just one video and a facebook group.
I loved the elements and things that they did leading up to the event at hand. The twists and turns that they took throughout the series has you on the edge of your seat.
Loved these elements that they tracked to Catch him:
- The outlet on the wall
- The four videos he had posted
- The google map tracking of a photo he took
- The Mara-bolo Packet that had to be produced in North America.
- The bed sheets
- The audio Recordings
One of the interesting elements that they brought in was Luka's mother. She was the devils advocate of the whole film. The man, Manny, on the other hand was a great twist as well, that was only revealed in the last half of the series. But then you learn Manny wasn't even real, and that it was just Luka playing through the movie "Basic Instinct"
Overall 4 1/2 out is 5
3 months ago
Super bizarre different type of crime documentary... showing the power of a bunch of armchair detectives uncovering a whole treasure trove of activity.
4 months ago
This blew me away! Amazing work that this group of people did together using their own time and resources.
If you like a crime documentary give this a try!
6 months ago
Exploring the mind of a sociopath- this hilariously outrageous docu documents how a group of keyboard warriors tracked down a killer - think Vanishing at the hotel Cecil - but they actually got it right - captivating from the get go - demonstrating flaws in policing - think Zodiac & more recent Night stalker - essential viewing
I don’t generally like documentary series. I’d prefer the compact feature duration. But I binged this so hard. It’s surprisingly suspenseful.
This series was short but so good! I really enjoyed the different perspectives given about the entire situation and I found the entire situation truly fascinating.
Morten Veith Schroeder
6 months ago
This documentary was WAY better than I expected. It just keeps getting weirder and weirder and at some point I just could hardly believe I was still watching a documentary and not a movie!
It’s a borderline 9 because it is a little long but each episode opens a new chapter of craziness to the story, which does a nice job of constantly pushing the narrative forward 👏
Also sidebar: isn’t it great that we in these ‘internet-troll-days’ have people who come together via the internet to rally against evil! I really liked that!
7 months ago
I was surprised that I actually liked this, I didn't even mean to watch it, it just started playing, but lo and behold it was actually very intriguing and interesting.
8 months ago
This was shocking, and hard to watch for humane reasons, but badass the way ordinary citizens investigated the crimes from their own living rooms to catch the guy.
When I first saw the title I had no idea what it was actually about. Got told it was a must watch, would definitely recommend
I'm not much into documentaries but this one stands out the way they had treated it and the suspense they maintained works out if you are a fan of crime thrillers. The most disturbing fact is that all of this happened for real 🤐🤐🤐