4 Iconic Movie Villains Mystery Fans Love

Some of cinema’s most iconic films have been murder mysteries and these movie can never completely capture the minds of audience without credible movie villains. Which movie villain is our favorite in the classic films out there? Well, we have 4! – Caution: his article contains movie spoilers. Cage Death – Silence of Lambs (1991) While…

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NYPD Thriller “The Force” By Don Winslow To Come As A Movie By Fox

NYPD thriller The Force, from bestselling author Don Winslow, which was released few weeks ago is coming to the big screen in 2019. The book is a certainly a departure from Winslow’s novels about the Mexican drug cartels that began with The Power Of The Dog and continued with The Cartel, which Ridley Scott plans to direct. Fox…

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Netflix Adds New Documentary About Past Violent Murders In Iceland

If you are into murder mystery and crime documentaries, you might want to check Out of Thin Air which was just added by Netflix. Set within the stark Icelandic landscape, Out of Thin Air examines the 1976 police investigation into the disappearance of two men in the early 1970s. Iceland in the 1970s was a…

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Icelandic Mystery “The Flatey Enigma” Picked Up By Nordic State Broadcasters

Sagafilm’s four-part adaptation of Viktor Arnar Ingolfsson’s best-selling novel The Flatey Enigma (Flateyjargáta) for Icelandic state broadcaster RÚV has been picked up by DR in Denmark, YLE in Finland, NRK in Norway, and SVT in Sweden. The Flatey Enigma is perhaps one of the best novels written by Viktor Arnar Ingolfsson who is one of…

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Francesco Carrozzini To Direct Movie Based On Jo Nesbo’s Midnight Sun

Italian production company Cattleya has picked up the rights for an English language adaptation of Jo Nesbo’s novel Midnight Sun, with Francesco Carrozzini confirmed to direct the new upcoming movie. Midnight Sun is a tightly wound tale of a man running from retribution, a renegade hitman who goes to ground far above the Arctic circle,…

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New Netflix Crime Movies and Thrillers In June 2017

If you are looking for some new Netflix crime movies and thrillers, we know it would be a hassle to navigate through Netflix’s large and sometimes complex lists and find the notable titles. But no worries as we’ve got your back. The following is a compiled list of movies and TV series in the genre of…

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From Sherlock Holmes To Bond: Top Characters Played By Roger Moore

Many movie fans know Sir Roger Moore, who passes away last week at 89 on May 23, 2017, by his most memorable role: James Bond! The prolific British actor however, appeared in a variety of crime and thriller-related roles in his six-decade long career. When it comes to James Bond, Moore has the highest number…

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Two UC Davis Students Launch Crowdfunding Campaign For L.A. Crime Film

Fans of crime and noir movies might finally feel a breath of fresh air in the sea of recycled Hollywood plots as two UC Davis students are using crowdfunding to bring a new L.A. crime film to life. Daniel Johnson O’Connor and Rashad Hurst, creative forces behind this new project and students at UC Davis,…

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Debut Crime Novel “August Snow” Gets On Hollywood Hot List

The debut crime novel of Stephen Mack Jones titled “August Snow” has grabbed the attention of famous Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein as he wants to make a TV show out of the story. Stephen Mack Jones, 62, narrates the story of a black Latino ex-Detroit cop in his novel who testified against a crooked mayor…

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South Korean Crime Thriller “The Merciless” Sold To 80+ Markets

The South Korean crime thriller film ‘The Merciless’, directed by Byun Sung Hyun and starring veteran actors Seol Kyung Goo, and Kim Hee Won has been sold to more than 80 markets around the world, according to Korean film studio CJ Entertainment which is handling the sales. The movie is also in line for a midnight…

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Michael Mann And Reed Farrel Coleman To Co-Write Prequel Novel To Crime Film ‘Heat’

After a long process which involved interviewing with various novelists, Michael Mann has secured four-time Edgar Award-nominated author Reed Farrel Coleman to co-write a prequel novel with him to his landmark crime film Heat, which starred Al Pacino and Robert De Niro and was written, produced and directed by Mann. The novel will be published…

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