The piercing documentary ‘Who Killed Vincent Chin?’, airing on PBS on 20 June, shows how economic anxiety and racial demagoguery make a toxic brew.
If truth is stranger than fiction then the truth about some films, such as the Charles Manson film The Other Side of Madness, feels as strange as reality ever gets.
Lee Martin's Yours, Jean is a perfectly balanced and heartbreaking mix of true crime narrative and literary fiction.
This reissue of Thomas Ligotti's most frightening work about the ultimate terror, human existence, might be just what you need in these times.
This horrifying three-episode BBC mini-series indicts the gender, class, and race hierarchies that enabled John Christie's murders.