Crime - 8

Terror in Mumbai

Terror in Mumbai

Murder may be most foul when random and arbitrary, partly because the murderers may thus be imagining themselves God's equals, entitled to administer the ultimate in verdicts. Such was the character of a callous outbreak of killings in India by Pakistan-based terrorists, a...

8.80

Norway Massacre: The Killer's Mind

Norway Massacre: The Killer's Mind

It's the world's worst spree killing. Discovery Channel Norway Massacre: The Killer's Mind examines the terrible events of that day. In 90 minutes of madness, 32-year-old Anders Behring Breivik killed 69 young people. The film pieces together Breivik’s day of terror hour by...

8.32

The Chessboard Killer

The Chessboard Killer

A Russian serial killer who invited his victims to drink vodka with him before bludgeoning them to death with a hammer has been convicted of 48 counts of murder after a trial that shocked and entranced a nation. Alexander Pichushkin, a supermarket porter...

7.17

Massacre at Virginia Tech

Massacre at Virginia Tech

This documentary details the story behind Cho Seung Hui, a South Korean student at Virginia Tech University, who committed a mass murder of 32 people and wounded 25 others in the shooting rampage which has come to be known as the Virginia Tech...

7.19

Kill Me If You Can

Kill Me If You Can

Hold on to your seats, this story will blow you away. Kill me if you can is a docu-drama, which follows two boys (John and Mark), addicted to an Internet chat room. There, they develop a close friendship, meet in real life, and...

8.00

Australian Druglords

Australian Druglords

CHANNEL 9's popular cop show Australian Druglords may have thrilled viewers but the revealing series has outraged police who claim it is risking the lives of officers. While the New South Wales Police Force and its media unit had signed off on the series, the first episode was enough to spark...

5.67

Australian Families of Crime

Australian Families of Crime

Australian Families of Crime is an Australian documentary television series that is shown on the Nine Network and hosted by actor Vince Colosimo. Families of Crime gives an insight into some of Australia’s most infamous Crime Families who wielded power, fear and destruction through the...

3.60

The Mark of Cain

The Mark of Cain

The Mark of Cain documents the fading art form and language of Russian criminal tattoos, formerly a forbidden topic in Russia. The now vanishing practice is seen as reflecting the transition of the broader Russian society. Filmed in some of Russia's most notorious prisons, including the fabled...

8.86

The World History of Organized Crime

The World History of Organized Crime

From Hong Kong to Sicily, this gripping set examines five of the world's most notorious criminal syndicates. The World History of Organized Crime travels the globe to get an insider's view of some of the most active, dangerous and diabolical criminal syndicates in...

8.92

The Hasidic Drugdealer

The Hasidic Drugdealer

This is the story about a convicted Satmar drugdealer who after his release from prison tries to get back into hes community. Although he doesn’t sound like the smartest cookie out there, and that's probably the reason he was chosen to do the things he did with the drugs. And it’s a little...

8.00

Marc Dutroux: The Monster of Belgium

Marc Dutroux - The Monster of Belgium

Marc Dutroux (born 6 November 1956 in Brussels) is one of the sickest human beings ever born. He is a Belgian criminal, convicted of having, in 1995 and 1996, kidnapped, tortured and sexually abused six girls, ranging in age from 8 to 19, four of whom died as a result. He was also convicted of...

7.75