Netflix’s World’s Most Wanted: true crime docu-series leaves fans in shock

A second person commented: “Highly recommend you watch #WorldsMostWanted on Netflix, superb docu-drama, especially the second episode on Rwanda Holocaust and third episode on London bombings of 2005. It’ll send chill down your spine looking at how inhuman and barbaric can one be.” A third simply tweeted: “#WorldsMostWanted #Netflix Shocking, but what a great series.”

The murders most foul: He was jailed for the callous slaughter of three people… but did the Beast of Belgravia actually butcher ELEVEN victims?

In 1961, his family started to fall ill. First his stepmother Molly suffered headaches and vomiting. Next his elder sister Winifred became extremely ill. She remembered her brother had given her a cup of tea that morning that tasted so foul she had spat it out. Belladonna, the extract of deadly nightshade, was later found […]

From Netflix to Amazon Prime, our lowdown on which telly streaming services are best for lockdown

Is it for you?: Millennials, Generation X and Boomers can all find favourites from their childhood, with titles such as Mrs Doubtfire, Bedknobs And Broomsticks and The Jungle Book.

What Karina Longworth Can’t Live Without

I loved FilmStruck, TCM’s streaming service that shut down, and now I subscribe to the Criterion Channel app. It’s not just Criterion movies; they made deals with film libraries and they have tons of classic movies. Like, right now they have 20 pre-code Barbara Stanwyck films that aren’t easy to see anywhere else. Whenever I […]