Netflix’s “Don’t F**k with Cats”: Depressing for Many & Pleasing for Few

Netflix’s “Don’t F**k with Cats”: Depressing for Many & Pleasing for Few

Before watching Netflix’s crime documentary series “Don’t F**k with Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer”, I wasn’t expecting that such an ordinary internet law could be so powerful to hunt down a brutal killer.

I know I know this new docuseries by Netflix is too depressing for so many of you and I won’t recommend to them at all.

However, apart from murderous and fiendish acts in the documentary, It is pleasing too since it shows how young internet nerds become online detectives to hunt down an internet killer named “Luka Magnotta” in Berlin in 2012 as he broke the “Rule Zero” which says “Don’t fuck with cats or we’ll find you”.

The series portrays how young group of online detectives uncovered the identity of retarded person who published clips of himself brutally killing the kittens on the internet. The video titled “1 boy 2 kittens” depicts him killing kittens by putting them in plastic bags and suffocating them by sucking out air using a vacuum cleaner.

Another clip shows him feeding other kittens to a python. And he didn’t stop posting distressing videos of torturing animals, until eventually he killed his lover.

He killed his lover with an ice perk, mercilessly cut the body in small parts and ate some of them and then delivered a foot and hand to political offices in Canada.

With the remarkable investigation by online nerds “Luka Magnotta” was charged with first degree murder, committing an indignity to a dead body, publishing obscene material, mailing obscene material and criminally harassing Prime Minister Stephen Harper and other members of Parliament.

And currently, he is jailed at Archambault Institution in Quebec. So many Netflix viewers get really upset after watching the documentary and many of them demand to unpublished the content as soon as possible on Twitter.

Many binge-watchers pleased with this documentary and one of them rated as the best killer documentary ever:

Though, some of Netflix subscribers tweeted don’t watch this docuseries at all since it is providing fame to the killer and this documentary is doing that:

Currently, this docuseries is available in 20 countries on Netflix including USA, UK, Argentina, Brazil, Germany, Canada, Hungary, Iceland, India, Israel, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand and Turkey.

So if you want to watch this new brutal and controversial series on Netflix, you need to be reside in one of the mentioned above countries or read my blog on how to get US Netflix from anywhere in the world under 5 minutes.

So is this documentary depressing or pleasing one for you? Let me know by shouting out your thoughts in the comment section below.

 

 

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Salman Ahmed
Salman Ahmed

A tech geek, movie buff, a binge watcher, and online gaming enthusiast. Salman Ahmed loves to blog about all the latest movies, TV shows, trends and happenings in the IT industry.