Honest and disturbing, Bruno Reidal is a movie offering a fascinating look into the mind of a young killer living in rural France in 1905.
Full of stylish eighties neon nostalgia, Vicious Fun is a visually appealing, and mildly entertaining horror comedy worth watching.
Underneath the alluring visuals and gripping storytelling of The Crimson Rivers hides an average psychological thriller about a serial killer.
Although I don't like movies set in hospitals, The Good Nurse, following the real-life hunt for a different kind of serial killer was a must.
Visually impressive, dark, and oddly compelling, Vidocq is a who-done-it movie set in 1830 Paris that will make ninety minutes just fly by.
Perhaps a bit too aloof for a movie based on the hunt for two serial killers, Lonely Hearts is a light neo-noir thriller worth watching.
Unapologetically flashy, Mindhunters is a highly entertaining thriller about a serial killer toying with FBI profilers on an island.
For all of us true crime fans, No Man of God feels like serial killer porn, exploring Ted Bundy's last years in prison and his motivations.
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile offers a refreshingly different and detached look into the life of a serial killer, Ted Bundy.
If you're looking for an entertaining and clever serial killer thriller, I See You will do the job just fine despite its rocky start.
Messy and bland, Child 44 is also a visually impressive period drama with a great cast exploring intriguing themes that warrants one viewing.
Snappy, sleek, and fast-paced, Bloodline is an engaging serial killer movie driven by Seann William Scott's haunting performance.
Cliched but gritty, Blitz is a standard-issue serial killer movie featuring a familiar cast and enough meat on the bones to keep you engaged.
Clay Pigeons is an entertaining and perhaps too breezy crime comedy with bizarre characters, situations, and an awesome cast.
If you're looking for a different and refreshing movie about serial killers, slow-burning The Clovehitch Killer is worth checking out.
The first adaptation of Hannibal Lecter novels, Manhunter is an atmospheric, visually authentic, and captivating serial killer movie.
Clever and nasty, Resurrection knows it's not the most original movie about a detective hunting a serial killer, but at least it's entertaining.
Grotesque, highly sexual, but in a fucked up way, and visually impressive, Titane is a polarizing movie about love, family, and car cum.
Angel is a raw and engaging movie following people living on the margins of society hunted by a serial killer and exploring powerful motives.
Hooking you within the first five minutes, In the Shadow of the Moon is a well-crafted and engaging blend of a police thriller, noir, and science fiction movie.