Crime has certainly proven a rich dramatic vein for film. The conflict that arises from breaking the law is perhaps the perfect basis for a cinematic journey and from favourite super sleuths like Sherlock to sinister and seedy film noirs, there's much lawless entertainment to be had in our Crime section.
Montgomery Tully, 1957
Roland Culver plays a psychiatrist with deadly intentions in this 1957 crime thriller - a classic...
John Michael McDonagh, 2013
A darkly comic Irish thriller, Calvary stars Brendan Gleeson as Father James, the local clergyman...
Ralph Richardson, 1952
1952 suspense feature Home at Seven saw Ralph Richardson heading an outstanding cast, as well as ...
Lawrence Huntington, 1951
Michael Denison and Dulcie Grey formed one of post-war Britain's most popular screen pairings, an...
Carol Reed, 1949
'I never knew the old Vienna before the war...', so begins the narration to The T...
Billy Wilder, 1944
The archetypal film noir, Double Indemnity sees Barbara Stanwyck play the femme fatale in this ta...
Claude Sautet, 1960
Highly rated by Jean-Pierre Melville, Robert Bresson and Bertrand Tavernier, and described as the...
Cy Endfield, 1955
In Colonel March Investigates, horror maestro Boris Karloff, sporting black eye p...
Pat Jackson, 1957
Tony Britton, Sylvia Syms and Geoffrey Keen star in this sympathetic, BAFTA-nominated drama focus...
Alberto Negrin, 2012
Alberto Negrin directs this Italian drama starring Luca Zingaretti. The film trac...
Robert Mulligan, 1962
Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird is a story of prej...
Nuri Bilge Ceylan, 2011
Grand Prix winner at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival, Once Upon a Time in Anatolia ...