Two killers are living in our town An ordinary small town is terrorized when local women are found brutally murdered and ‘crucified’ in public places. Gyeong-joo, a struggling novelist, impulsively kills his landlady during a fierce argument over rent. With the recent murders, he decides to stage the killing so that it looks like the act of the serial killer. Mimicking the details of previous killings, Gyeong-joo (Oh Man-seok) hangs the dead body in the village park. The police and media believe the case is the work of the same serial killer, but Hyoi (Ryu Deok-hwan), who runs a small stationery shop in the neighborhood, knows something really interesting has happened. He knows that it is a copycat crime because he is the real killer. While Gyeong-joo’s childhood buddy and police officer Jae-shin (Lee Sun-kyun) begins to suspect that there may be a second killer, anxious Gyeong-joo and Hyoi, begin their own secret investigations to track down each other.
Moth is freed on parole after spending time in prison on wrongful conviction of murder. Jailed shortly before the Bulgarian communist coup of 1944, he now finds himself in a new and alien world – the totalitarian Sofia of the 60s. His first night of freedom draws the map of a diabolical city full of decaying neighborhoods, gloomy streets and a bizarre parade of characters.
After witnessing a family member thrown of a balcony by her fiance on her wedding day and the violent stabbing of her aunt, a young woman comes to realize she may be next in line. She desperately tries to find out why those around her turn on her and why she seems marked for death. Who can she trust – where can she turn for help when it seems everyone is out to get her. If only she can survive the murderous rage of friends and even her own family long enough to uncover the secret.
A contract killer and his unexperienced protégé are on their way to find the next victim in the landscape of Pannonian plain. Crossing the path of ruthless criminals, a young female teacher-to-be and a local cab driver will take part in bloodshed murderers.
A story about the rise and fall of United Red Army, a real life 70s short-lived Japanese armed revolutionary communist movement similar to more famous Red Brigades in Italy or Baader-Meinhof Group (a.k.a. Red Army Faction) in West Germany.
Born in violent Amanganj, Uttar Pradesh, Mohammad Baabarr Qureshi watches his eldest brother go to jail for killing Kale Pahelwan. He watches and learns from his other brothers, seriously injures another boy, and after acquiring a gun, kills the boy’s father. He grows up to be a much-feared gangster in an area where the police themselves fear to venture. While S.P. Mrityujain Dwivedi would like to arrest him, he holds back and instead encourages Baabarr’s rival, Tabrez Alam, to gain more ground and enter into an open conflict with the former. Things escalate to such an extent that Baabarr is forced to flee to his wife, Afreen, in Kolkata, where he is eventually traced and brought before the courts. This is where the Uttar Pradesh police will experience frustration when the court holds Baabarr in judicial custody forbidding the police to even lay a hand on him. With over 200 incidents, virtually no witnesses nor evidence to tie him to any crime, it does look as if Baabaar, who has acquired heroic status and many followers, may eventually be acquitted and free to carry on his reign in Amanganj.