Based on the novel by Bret Easton Ellis, Mary Harron directs as Christian Bale plays a business man whose psychopathic tendencies are reaching extremes as he hides in plain sight. Released in 2000.
John Singleton directs this 1991 film based around the crime and violence in a Los Angeles neighbourhood, following the lives of Tre, Ricky and Darren.
A serial killer is about and his kills are just getting worse when he records and posts them live online. Directed by Carl T. Evans in 2016.
Set in 2028, this dystopian world is set in a secret members-only hotel, where criminals can book a room when they are injured. Directed by Drew Pearce in 2018.
‘Kill Bill: Vol. 1’
Quentin Tarantino directs the tale of Uma Thurman’s nameless character as she is on a violent revenge path to kill the assassins that put her in a coma for four years. Released in 2003.
‘King of Thieves’
Michael Caine, Jim Broadbent, Charlie Cox and Ray Winstone tell the history of the largest burglary in Britain, the Hatton Garden safe deposit heist. Directed by James Marsh in 2018.
Tom Hardy portrays the violent tales of the Kray Brothers in 1960s East London. Directed by Brian Helgeland in 2015.
Christopher Di Nunzio directs three lives where things just keep getting worse. Released in 2015.
The first of the Ocean films, introducing their first heist as a team in 2001. Directed by Steven Soderbergh.
A new cast and a new heist, but the fourth Ocean film. Starring Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Rihanna, Helena Bonham Carter and many more in 2018. Directed by Gary Ross.
Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt try to solve a series of murders. Dating back to 1995, directed by David Fincher.
In 1991 this classic crime thriller was created based on the book by Thomas Harris. FBI trainee is put on a homicide case not like any others, this one needs information from Hannibal Lecter. Directed by Jonathan Demme.
Robert De Niro stars in Martin Scorsese’s 1976 film, which follows around a taxi driver with hatred of the underbelly of New York City.