Aviously

Because, aviously…

“I’m James. I’m 17. And I’m pretty sure I’m a psychopath.”

Those words highlight Episode 1 of this eight-part Netflix show, and it’s all pretty solid from there.

17-year-old James (Alex Lawther) is a self-diagnosed psychopath who has killed cats and other animals and is now ready to move onto a bigger target: Humans. His first target? Alyssa.

Meanwhile, Alyssa (Jessica Barden) is a little nuts herself, but mostly just a regular teenager, living with her stepdad who doesn’t want her and she just wants a regular boyfriend. Her first target? James.

This R-Rated show is the struggle between wanting family and to kill, and the struggle of being alone vs. being wanted. A lot of the show happens in their heads as they contemplate these struggles and what they really want.

End of the World gets a very weird 8 out of 10, but by the time it ends it’s crazy enough that you want a second season of it.

9 thoughts on “The End of the F***ing World – #Netflix #Review

  1. couldn’t even get through the first two episodes to much for me. who ever wrote this has some issues.

    1. @iAmAviG says:

      Likely true…but don’t most artists have something off to them?

      1. yes, but their is something about watching a psychopath that is very off putting. plotting to kill an innocent person. and don’t gt me started on the bathroom scene in the diner i mean WTH. I will say it keeps you on your toes i just cant bare to watch.

      2. @iAmAviG says:

        If that’s what is stopping you from watching (him being a psychopath who wants to kill someone), then I would say keep watching and it gets better.

      3. what does he have a change of heart. i don’t think a psychopath can change their ways do u ?

      4. @iAmAviG says:

        Without spoiling anything…what if he just thinks he’s a psychopath?

      5. well i’m not sure if u can think u are a psychopath i guess i will have to watch to find out.

      6. @iAmAviG says:

        It’s definitely a weird show, but it’s enjoyable.

      7. I guess everyone has their opinion, but I find it disturbing.

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