Actually, even worse, a lot of amateur porn features people who were trafficked.
Deadpool is definitely not a realistic outlook on serial killers. He's more a story on revenge than anything.
Generally serial killers come from broken homes, and/or didn't fit in growing up. Ted Bundy's family stayed together, but he had a hell of a time fitting in. Jeffery Dahmer was gay; instead of coming out (he'd possibly be killed at the time), he invited men over discreetly.... I don't know as much about him as Bundy since I watched a documentary on Bundy, so I'm not sure why he wound up killing them. I assume he ate them to avoid capture, but he could have also suffered from a mental disorder.
I read Echo Route 65 was supposed to be a prequel to Echo.
The demos (all three games) are here: https://www.patreon.com/EchoGame
There may be updated versions in the Posts at some point. Some posts are public.
I don't know if the full games are available.
If my brother (huge comic book nerd) is anything to go by, the movies are generally let downs. They tend to change too much. He likes them to stick to the source material (as avid readers do too) but they almost never do.
In fact, Twilight the movie was horrible. I was bored the whole time watching it. I didn't want to read the books, but when I did I was blown away. The books are amazing; the movies are crap. Besides that, the sparkly vampire thing (I call them 'fairypires') was ridiculous.
That's really completely different than the ending I'm thinking of... You know, it could be changed for your country. Or if you've only seen it on Netflix. There's already been an outcry over Netflix changing the end of The Notebook and claiming it was an alternate ending (something even the author of the book was blindsided by).
I didn't see Suicide Squad. The commercials made Harley and Joker's relationship seem loving to the extreme, and my brother confirmed it when he saw the film.
My ex also claimed it was a loving relationship after seeing the movie, despite my attempts to point out how the movie didn't properly portray the characters of the comic books.
I haven't rated YAGS yet, because I haven't played the whole thing. So I'm not sure.