The primary trailer with Evan Peters as Jeffrey Dahmer is right here, and it will get creepy — quick.
Netflix released the first trailer Friday for “Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story” from Emmy winner Ryan Murphy, with whom Peters labored on “American Horror Story.”
The almost 3-minute clip begins with the 35-year-old actor donning the serial killer’s signature aviator glasses and shaggy haircut as he brings a younger black man into his condominium.
“Dwelling candy residence,” Peters mutters as he unlocks the door.
As soon as inside, the person makes use of his hat to fan away the condominium’s nasty scent earlier than Peters eerily locks him within the condominium — for good.
A montage of Peters utilizing totally different strategies to torture — and eat — different harmless guests follows as Dahmer’s real-life neighbor Glenda Cleveland, performed by Niecy Nash, who tried to stop him from killing, asks, “What do you do in there? The smells, energy instruments going all hours of the night time.”
“I hear screaming coming out of your condominium,” she provides.
Peters doesn’t reply her, and as a substitute gives her a sandwich made with thriller meat.
“Eat it,” he insists in direction of the tip of the clip.
“Y’all got here too late,” a hysterical Cleveland says to a police officer. “I known as you for months, and it’s too late!”
From 1978 and 1991, the actual Dahmer raped, murdered and dismembered at the very least 17 males and boys in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He was arrested in July 1991 and went to jail in February 1992 on the Columbia Correctional Establishment in Portage, Wisconsin.
Alongside Peters and Nash, the movie’s most important solid contains Richard Jenkins (Lionel Dahmer), Penelope Ann Miller (Joyce Dahmer), Molly Ringwald (Shari Dahmer), Michael Discovered (Catherine Dahmer), Shaun J. Brown (Tracy Edwards) and Colin Ford (Chazz).
“Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story” premieres Sept. 21 on Netflix.