The cat-and-mouse BBC drama comes to Showtime on Aug. 9, and features a pair of clashing detectives on the hunt for two serial-killing lovers wreaking havoc across London.
Nick Schager is a NYC-area film critic and pop-culture writer whose work also appears in The Village Voice, Esquire, New York Magazine’s Vulture, Maxim, Complex and The A.V. Club.
Alejandro Jodorowsky’s “Psychomagic, A Healing Art” explores the director’s practice of “healing” via performance art. But some of his practices veer into “dangerous” territory.
“The Con,” a new five-part docuseries, examines the 2007-08 global financial crisis and the greedy bankers and politicians who got away with (figurative) murder.
The new doc “Red Penguins” chronicles the incredible story of Russia’s Red Penguins hockey club, replete with halftime striptease, gangsters, and… beer-guzzling bears.
HBO’s “The Swamp,” premiering Aug. 4, trails a trio of Republican congressman—and captures just how much Matt Gaetz takes marching orders from Trump.
The six-part Netflix docuseries “World’s Most Wanted” shines a spotlight on the deadliest criminals that are still at large, from terrorist masterminds to drug cartel kingpins.
The new Amazon docuseries “The Last Narc” contains several eye-opening claims—including that the CIA may have helped in the killing of undercover DEA agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena.
The movie “The Hater,” about an online troll who turns to violence, was delayed when it mirrored the real-life murder of mayor Paweł Adamowicz. Now it’s available to stream.
The six-part EPIX docuseries “Helter Skelter” features interviews with former Manson Family members, and may be the definitive TV examination of the murderous cult.
Premiering July 22, this three-part docuseries examines how lawmen took down the New York City mob—and features an eye-opening cameo from one Donald J. Trump.