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IN Lifestyle ON 09 Jan, 2016
Documentaries about murder are gaining its popularity, especially on Netflix. The interest of people on watching with this genre flared when the documentary "Making A Murderer" was featured at the online site last December 18, 2015. It is about the shocking attempted murder and sexual assault case of Penny Beernsten, with Steven Avery as the culprit; and later exposed that the victim was also a criminal to Teresa Halbach's murder. It is not surprising to know about people loving these. The documentary has showed good quality, anyway.
On my part, due to insistent public demand and good intentions, I was able to come up with a list of must-see murder flicks in Netflix. It is for you to have a good movie preference.
The Thin Blue Line is a 1988 American documentary directed by Errol Morris and produced by Mark Lipson. It revolves around the story of 28-year-old Randall Adams being jailed because of the false accusation that he was involved in the murder of Dallas Police Officer Robert W. Wood.
Kids For Cash is a film about the 2008 kids-for-cash scandal. Directed by Robert May, the documentary delivered a story about convicting Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania judges Michael Conahan and Mark Ciavarella because they accept kickbacks from companies just to detain thousands of young people who committed minor crimes like store theft.
Directed by Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky, Brother's Keeper is a 1992 documentary which talked about Munnsville, New York murder in 1990.
The Paradise Lost tackled about the fate of three teenagers who were once detained due to their alleged sexual mutilation and murder of 3 pre-teenagers. Three installments were released on 1996, 2000 and 2011, respectively.
The Central Park Five, released in 2012 is a documentary about the case of Trisha Meili, who was raped and violently assaulted in Central Park, New York City on April 19, 1989. Five individuals were arrested for this. The movie is directed by Ken Burns, David McMahon, and Sarah Burns.
Into The Abyss: A Tale of Death, a Tale of Life depicts Michael Perry's journey to the death row, after killing Sandra Stotler, a nurse with German roots, in Texas. This film was directed by Werner Herzog and released in 2011.
This six-part documentary put billionaire Robert Durst into limelight. Directed by Andrew Jarecki, this 2015 HBO film talks about the murder of Durst's wife, neighbor and one other. Durst's final statement was blunt but creepy: "What the hell did I do? Killed them all, of course."