Slow in parts, it twists its message in the end with good performances from Leto and Denzel Washington.
Movie critic Bruce Miller says "The Little Things" thrives on quiet moments – ones that, true to form, show how little things can add up to a …
Sir Anthony Hopkins thought horror classic 'Silence of the Lambs' would be a "children's story" before he actually read the script.
This book’s premise is irresistible: Mild-mannered bookseller Malcolm has published on his blog a list of fiction’s eight most perfect murders — ranging from Agatha Christie to Donna Tartt — only to find himself eyed with suspicion when a local serial killer seems to be making his way through the list.
During the past few years, there has been a gradual increase in the amount of people catching onto crime documentaries.
Khalil Wheeler-Weaver, who has been charged with murdering three women and attempting to kill a fourth, was brought down by a sting operation conducted by one of the victims' families.
Despite the passing years, Samuel Little still had all the details neatly filed away in corners of his mind.
For the better part of a decade, rumors about a serial killer haunted Toronto's Gay Village, a gentrifying neighborhood of rainbow-flag street signs and historic Victorian homes where bathhouses and X-rated video stores were slowly being replaced by banks and chain coffee shops.
If those numbers prove true, the serial killer's run would be historic.
Donald Harvey, a former nurse's aide and serial killer known as the "Angel of Death", was fatally beaten last year by a fellow inmate in a protective custody unit at the state prison in Toledo. Harvey was serving multiple life sentences after pleading guilty in 1987 to killing more than three dozen hospital patients in Ohio and Kentucky during the 1970s and '80s. He later said he was responsible for killing 18 others while working at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Cincinnati.
DNA evidence brings an arrest in a sadistic California crime spree from 1970s and '80s -- and the suspect is a former cop.
OMAHA — An author who unsuccessfully sued the state for access to a serial killer’s prison drawings has published the artwork of John Joubert …