A cross amongst “Dexter” and “Reference book Brown,” “I Am Not a Serial Killer” takes after John Wayne Cleaver, a 16-year-old Midwesterner being dealt with for sociopathic inclinations who is attempting to oppose his most exceedingly terrible desires. Perhaps John shouldn’t assist such a great amount in the privately-owned company. His mom and close relative run a funeral home, and he’s truly into preparing the bodies. He may not be a serial killer, but rather he beyond any doubt likes contemplating them.
John (Max Records) livens up when his little group has one terrible homicide, then another, and he embarks to settle the case. Whether battling off a domineering jerk, visiting with his specialist or living by the standards he’s set for himself to keep away from his darkest driving forces, John jumbles his mom (Laura Fraser) yet has a decent association with a neighbor, Mr. Crowley (Christopher Lloyd). Unequipped for enthusiastic associations, John goes about as though he has them.