Don't F**k with Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer: season 1 TV review - Aussieboyreviews

JUST HOW INTERESTING OF A DOCUMENTARY IS DON’T F**K WITH CATS?

This is a mature, uncomfortable, cruelty and murder-themed but very interesting docu. Don’t F**k with Cats focuses on the story of catching the culprit behind “1 boy 2 kittens” and “1 lunatic 1 ice pick”.

Storyline

A group of online justice seekers track down a guy who posted a video of himself killing kittens and gruesomely dismembering and murdering a person.

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TV details

Creator: Mark Lewis
Cast: Deanna Thompson, John Green, Claudette Hamlin, Anna Yourkin, Antonio Paradiso, Benjamin Xu
Release Date (Australia): 18 December 2019
Episodes: Cat and Mouse / Killing for Clicks / Closing the Net
Genre: Documentary, Crime
Country: USA
Language: English

CONTENT GUIDE (WARNING: MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS)

Themes (MA15+)

The series contains strong themes of torture, murder and animal cruelty. There is also disturbing footage that features actual depictions of implicit murder and animal cruelty.

Violence (M)

There is footage that depicts actual implicit stabbing.

Coarse Language (M)

The series contains use of the word “f**k”.

Drug Use (PG)

There are references to “hookers and blow” and being “high on crack”.

Nudity (M)

The series includes footage that contains depictions of sexualised breasts nudity.

Sex (MA15+)

The series includes footage that features depictions of strong sex scenes with graphic thrusting detail.

Aussie boy's thoughts

This is the most impressive limited docuseries to capture the discussion about catching Luka Magnotta, the true-crime antagonist behind the infamous videos “1 boy 2 kittens” and “1 lunatic 1 ice pick”. It’s disturbing, shocking and the twists are revealed staggeringly. Every documentary needs suitable music for the genre, decent clips of footage and an interesting tale to follow along with, and Don’t F**k with Cats nails all those keys. The storytelling is done perfectly and the unbelievably appalling stories of animal cruelty and murder are enough to get under your skin, despite draggy moments.

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