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‘American Vandal,’ ‘Mindhunter,’ and Netflix’s True Crime Discourse


With addictive docs and incisive dramas, Netflix both satiates and complicates our appetite for true crime.

Bomb City

‘Bomb City’ Is a Timely Tale of Inevitable Violence and Unchecked Injustice


In his debut feature, director James Brooks turns the true story behind ‘Bomb City’ into a dark slide towards unavoidable violence.

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Sundance 2018: ‘Beast’ Is A Brutal, Alluring Love Story


Two young actors shine in the story of a shy girl and her accused murderer boyfriend.

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‘All The Money In The World’ Review: Ridley Scott’s Gamble Pays Off Sufficiently


Though Christopher Plummer lives up to performance hype, Ridley Scott is coasting on his crime thriller.

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‘The Raid’s’ Gareth Evans Is Developing A Crime Series For HBO/Cinemax & Sky


‘Gangs of London’ aims to deliver “unrivaled spectacle with characters to match.”

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Search Party: An Agonizingly Delightful New Season


Season 2 of ‘Search Party’ is joyous torture to watch.

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The Hollywood Royalty of Agatha Christie Adaptations


Hollywood’s best love a good whodunnit.

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What We Can Do After Weinstein


A few simple, easy-to-follow rules for how we can be better in the future.

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A Real-Life ‘Mindhunter’ Inspired The Netflix Series


FBI Special Agent John E. Douglas literally wrote the book on Mindhunting.