The Mindhunter cast says that the show doesn’t glorify serial killers

The new Netflix drama Mindhunter explores the early days of the FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit, as investigators interview imprisoned serial killers in an effort to understand their motivations. In the video above, star Holt McCallany explains how the show tries not to glorify or romanticize serial killers, instead…

The cast of Mindhunter thinks it's cool you watched the show in 2 days

Netflix’s new drama Mindhunter explores the early days of the FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit, as investigators interview imprisoned serial killers in an effort to understand their motivations. As is common for Netflix shows, Mindhunter seems to breed endless discussion and debate. The A.V. Club recently sat down with…

The "serial killer" is born in a Mindhunter that shows the team at their best—and worst

For the Behavioral Science Unit, it was the best of times, it was the worst of times. The penultimate episode of Mindhunter Season 1 shows the team operating at the peak of their powers, working in in tandem to create the term for which they’ll go down in history: “serial killer.” It also depicts faultlines forming…

The pleasure principal: Mindhunter's Agent Ford learns about power from a killer, then goes outside the system to wield it

For Mindhunter to succeed, its investigations have to be successful too. That doesn’t mean Holden, Bill, and Wendy need to solve every case or understand every unique pathology they encounter. It simply means that the temperament and technique that help them produce their best work — the blend of curiosity,…

The boys from the Bureau make a breakthrough—and gain a partner—as Mindhunter's hunt continues 

Two out of three episodes of Mindhunter have begun with brief, decontextualized scenes starring the man who will become the infamous BTK Killer. Two out of three episodes have not concluded or reached a climax so much as just…stopped, at the end of a scene that feels like it could have fallen anywhere within the hour…

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Anna Torv, Frank Grillo, and Kenneth Choi to star in horror movie Stephanie

According to The Hollywood Reporter, A Beautiful Mind writer Akiva Goldsman will soon be directing Stephanie, a “horror-thriller” about a scary little girl. The film will star Fringe’s Anna Torv, Captain America: The Winter Soldier’s Frank Grillo, Sons Of Anarchy’s Kenneth Choi, and professional little girl Shree…