The proprietor of the Bates Motel, Norman Bates developed a psychotic split personality disorder after a horrific childhood of abuse and his “Mother” personality kills anyone who poses a threat or goes against the twisted morality instilled in Norman by his mother Norma.
Tortured and twisted by his religious zealot mother, Jacob Goodnight becomes God’s Right Hand and kills anyone who he and his mother deem to be “sinners”, usually via torture and then gouging their eyes out.
Margot Robbie is a the center of a series of stylish, interconnected neo-noir stories in the upcoming Terminal, which also features Simon Pegg, Dexter Fletcher, Max Irons and Mike Myers.
A former cop incarcerated for murder, Parker Barnes is reinstated to catch SID 6.7, a deadly AI creation that has escaped into the real world.
With a new chapter arriving in theaters this weekend, Jigsaw, we’ve got a recap of the entire Saw series up to this point and the best traps from each of the seven Saw movies.
An expert in the new field of criminal psychology, Dr. Laszlo Kreizler (Daniel Bruhl) tracks a serial killer in 1896 with help from newspaper man John Moore (Luke Evans) and police secretary Sara Howard (Dakota Fanning) in the upcoming TNT crime thriller The Alienist.
Based on the violent and over the top graphic novel by Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson, Chris Meloni plays alcoholic ex-cop turned hitman Nick Sax who, after a hit gone bad, starts seeing an upbeat blue horse named Happy that wants him to rescue a little girl from a deranged killer in a Santa suit.
A decade after the supposedly final game, someone is picking John Kramer’s work back up and subjecting a new group of victims to a series of insane traps in this October’s return of the Saw franchise.
In a bleak locale, Michael Fassbender and Rebecca Ferguson track a serial killer who leaves creepy, child-like notes and snowmen in addition to removing parts of his victims in the upcoming thriller, The Snowman.
Brendan Gleeson plays a retired detective trying to track down a psychotic killer who murdered 16 people with a stolen car in the upcoming Stephen King adaptation Mr. Mercedes, which will be an exclusive to AT&T and DirecTV subscribers.