Category Archives: True Crime

Changeling (2008)

  The law is something people like to think is perfect. If someone is guilty of a crime, then the premise of the judicial system dictates that that person will be given a fair trial, by a jury of their … Continue reading

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All Good Things (2010)

You’d have to have been living under a rock (or at least to have some wicked expensive laptop issues like I’ve had), to have not heard about the controversial documentary The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst, and … Continue reading

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Compliance (2012)

I have never done well with authority figures, mostly because I have never just accepted something at face value and have a tendency to question, and if I’m honest stamp on and smash the rubble of rules I deem to … Continue reading

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Lakeview Terrace (2008)

Racism is rife in the film and television industry, that is just a sad fact. You just have to look at the amount of films where the lead role is played by a non white actor, features interracial couples or … Continue reading

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Fortress (1986)

Teachers are a special kind of people. They spend all day babysitting other people’s children, while trying to teach them life skills, when they are getting paid peanuts for a middle finger in the form of thanks. There’s a lot … Continue reading

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10 Rillington Place (1971)

The recent murder case against Dr. Kermit Gosnell in Philadelphia, has proved that abortion is still one of the most controversial subjects in modern society. This was not a doctor, this was a monster. Abortive procedures should not be judged … Continue reading

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