American serial killer films in all BBC programmes
Mark Kermode reviews 78/52.
Thriller with Al Pacino as a professor who moonlights as a psychiatrist for the FBI.
Mark Kermode reviews Child’s Play.
Daniel Craig tells Simon about his new film The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.
Mark Kermode reviews Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, And Vile.
Robbie Collin reviews Greta.
Set 40 years after the original slasher... is the return to Haddonfield worth the hype?
Mark Kermode reviews Halloween.
Mark Kermode reviews Happy Death Day 2U.
Mark Kermode reviews Happy Death Day.
Jamie Lee Curtis talks to Simon Mayo about returning to the franchise that made her name.
The remake of the controversial classic comes under the scrutiny of Mark Kermode.
Crime thriller starring John Cusack as a fictionalised Edgar Allan Poe.
Zoe Ball is joined by Michael Shannon who talks about his new film The Iceman.
Mark Kermode gets stuck into the latest slasher remake, this time in three dimensions.
After her father dies, a woman and her mother are joined by a man claiming to be related.
Mark Kermode reviews The Call.
Swedish film bringing to life the novels written by Stieg Larsson.
Mark Kermode reviews The Greasy Strangler.
Michael Shannon stars as a family man who lives a double life as a contract killer.
Mark Kermode reviews The Purge: Election Year.
A family tries to survive the Purge, a twelve hour period in which crimes are legalised.
Mark reviews the 2009 remake of the 1987 American horror/thriller film of the same name.
Zac Efron & Lily Collins talk to Simon Mayo about their new film, a biopic of Ted Bundy.