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Hide and Seek Movie Review
In this horror mystery thriller of 2005, a traumatized young girl is taken by her father to live quietly in the country. She soon finds a new friend, Charlie - but does he really live only in her imagination?
Hetty Wainthropp Investigates DVD Review
Not many people, on reaching the age of sixty, decide they will take up detective work - but the redoubtable Hetty Wainthropp does exactly that, by way of catching a young shoplifter and looking into the disappearance of an elderly woman. Patricia Routledge delights in the role of the senior sleuth.
Hercule Poirot's Christmas DVD Review
The sounds of violent struggle and an unearthly scream bring the household running; but how has murder been committed behind a locked door? Fortunately,even at Christmas, Hercule Poirot is on hand to solve the mystery.
Hawaii Five-O Original TV Series Review
Mystery and crime are genres that often go together, and are just as often confused with each other. One of the best classic television crime series was the much loved Hawaii Five-O, but did Steve McGarrett’s team investigate mysteries, or simply crimes? Let’s head to Honolulu to find out.
Harper's Island TV Mystery Review
Be very careful not to venture out alone on Harper’s Island. Has a crazed killer returned from the dead to slaughter the members of a wedding party, one by one, and in ever more gruesome ways? We are kept guessing until the very end in this engrossing, cult status show.
Called the most beautiful woman in movie history, Gene Tierney is remembered for her varied movie roles, including some great mysteries. Her personal life, though, was less than a happy ever after story.
Dead of Night Movie Review
A supernatural horror mystery from 1945, Dead of Night was the first movie to weave together an anthology of stories with a linking narrative. A spooky collection of tales involving nightmares, haunting and a dummy with a mind of its own – what is the mystery behind Walter Craig’s recurring dream?
Cary Grant in North by Northwest
In a mistaken identity nightmare, Roger O. Thornhill becomes a man pursued. Who is the mysterious Kaplan? And whose side is the beautiful Eve really on? This continuing tribute to Cary Grant, born 108 years ago, looks at one of his best loved movies, North by Northwest.
Cary Grant in Charade
This third and final article in honour of Cary Grant and the 108th anniversary of his birth focuses on one of his final movies, Charade (1963). Who killed Regina Lampert's husband? Does she know anything about the stolen money? And who exactly is Peter Joshua?
Cary Grant (1904 - 1986)
Cary Grant, debonair movie star, was born 108 years ago. To mark the anniversary of his birth, here is a look at one of the few Cary Grant films made in the mystery genre, Suspicion (1941), and at the charming man himself.
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