This is the story that shocked the world, a dramatic escape after 11 years in captivity. How had a school bus driver managed to kidnap and enslave three local girls? How did they remain undiscovered whilst being under the noses of neighbors and friends all that time? These are some questions Channel 5's film about the kidnapping of Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus, and Michelle Knight asks and helps to
Murderous masterminds, brilliant, wicked, conniving, they are driven by revenge, dogma and ego their common trait appears to be exceptional intelligence but what transforms such gifted men into some of the most brutal killers and which of them could be considered most evil? A scale exits to measure the darkest corners of human behavior, it weights the criminal mind and the crime committed. From im
In 2014 Entertainment Weekly asked the creator of HBO's series True Detective Nic Pizzolatto about the inspirations behind the show, he suggested Googling the word combination "Satanism, Preschool, Louisiana" so Vice took upon themselves to do so and found that there was in fact a case involving old church family and ritualistic child molestation which had a striking resemblance to the shows plot.
Well before actors Paul Newman and Robert Redford made them famous on screen, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid dazzled many Americans with tales of infamy spanning both coasts. Their escapade's took place primarily around the 1890's, were by they robbed banks and trains throughout the West. After their crime spree these two seemingly vanished into thin air, becoming national news and the stuff
Few would argue with the value of a law that has secured convictions in some of the most notorious murder cases of recent years, joint enterprise is a law which allows people who were simply associated with and present when a murder took place to be convicted and sentenced to life even if they themselves were unaware of the crime that was about to take place, making them responsible for the acts o
This film sets about documenting a new generation of football hooliganism after been granted exclusive access to follow three of Britain's football firms during the 2013 - 2014 season. This is the first time they have allowed cameras to follow them across a season, home and away, allowing us now to see some of the most hardcore fans in action. Football Fight Club
Somebody gets raped every 6 minutes in Britain, with a shocking statistic such as this, this documentary by the BBC sets about exploring rape in a new way, unseen on television before this film examines the forensic medical to police investigation, court and beyond, offering a unique and revealing perspective on rape in the UK today.
After a troubled childhood Dennis Nilsen grew into a lonely and bitter man who struggled to relate to the world around him. After years of loneliness in 1975 Nilsen met David Gallichan and for two years they lived together in a North London garden flat. Whilst Nilsen worked, Gallichan took on a role of playing housekeeper, over time tensions grew between them which later resulted in Galichan leavi
Louis Theroux has spent the last few months filming a series of documentaries titled "LA Stories", this particular film "Among The Sex Offenders" is the final episode to air. Louis takes a look at how California deals with sex offenders who have just been released from prison and how these particular individuals adjust to living in the outside world whilst being under constant scrutiny from law en