[REVIEW] Why you should binge-watch 'Don’t F**k with Cats' on Netflix
"Don't F**k with Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer" is a Netflix documentary series about the manhunt for Canadian murderer Luka Magnotta.
The series follows a group of internet sleuths who launched a manhunt for Magnotta after he gained international notoriety in 2010 for sharing a graphic video online of himself killing two kittens.
Refilwe Moloto asked Mvelase Peppetta (Account Director at Irvine Partners) to review the show.
I thought it was a mockumentary! I was absolutely convinced it wasn’t real. It was only after the second episode that I realised this actually happened… it seems so insane!Mvelase Peppetta, Account Director - Irvine Partners
They don’t [show the killing of the kittens] … At the end of episode one, that’s when he escalates…Mvelase Peppetta, Account Director - Irvine Partners
It’s a binge slash cringe. You watch it, but with a little bit of an ‘Arrrgggghhh!’.Mvelase Peppetta, Account Director - Irvine Partners
Listen to the interview in the audio below.
Master card manipulator Richard Turner says his close-up 'magic' tricks are sight-proof techniques and have taken years of practice.Read More
OK Express at an Engen in St Lucia posted this video on Facebook on Sunday and it has been viewed 84,000 times already.Read More
The contest went down to the wire ending not only in sudden death but a final tie-breaker.Read More
"There are stunning voices coming out of South Africa". The celebrated soprano talks to Africa Melane ahead of her upcoming visit.Read More
After stealing the show at this year's Moonstruck beach festival, singer Jarrad Ricketts tells Lester Kiwiet about his career.Read More
John and Kieno go head to head over who got the last packet of chips.Read More
Watch the first three quarter-finals and get to Tygervalley on Saturday morning for the last one and the final play-offs.Read More
Re-worked version of the Rodriguez classic airs on radio for the first time - Pippa Hudson interviews songstress Rebekah Thompson.Read More
Cape Town-born soprano Golda Schultz says she never dreamt of the remarkable things she's accomplished in her opera career so far.Read More
Tributes have poured in since the death of the legendary musician. Why hasn't he received official recognition in his own country?Read More
What will happen if the IOC pulls the plug on the Tokyo Olympics? Pippa Hudson interviews sports scientist Dr Ross Tucker.Read More
Deutsche Welle's Isaac Mugabi has the lowdown on how people on the ground are experiencing the spread of the virus in Europe.Read More
"It’s now all predicated on saving R160bn in public sector wages. Are we going to keep to our promises?" asks Judge Dennis Davis.Read More
"You can build a solar plant of 40MW within 15 months," says Janine Espin (Economic Development Solutions).Read More
"It’s because Soweto has fighting spirit!" says Trevor Ngwane (Soweto Electricity Crisis Committee) in this interview.Read More
Some traffic authorities try to use “defeating the ends of justice” to arrest motorists, says Howard Dembovsky (Justice Project).Read More
“In South Africa, there are 1.8 active female accounts for every active male account,” says Ashley Madison’s Paul Keable.Read More
Refilwe Moloto interviews Western Cape Premier Alan Winde about his Address (Sopa), delivered in Mitchells Plain on Thursday.Read More
Dr Sibongile Walaza, an epidemiologist, sheds light on the veracity of a few claims floating around on social media.Read More
Community conflict specialist Eldred de Klerk discusses SA's pathology of violence and how SAPS should be protecting their own.Read More