Netflix’s Mindhunter is loosely based on the non-fiction book Mindhunter by John Douglas and Mark Olshaker, former FBI agents who coined many of the terms we use to describe serious criminals today. Douglas and Olshaker invented criminal profiling, especially with serial killers, as part of a large trend. They analyzed the behaviors and private lives of American history’s worst offenders, from Jeffrey Dahmer to Ted Bundy.
If David Fincher’s Mindhunter feels a bit like Silence of the Lambs, that’s because Douglas was the real-life inspiration for fictional FBI Special Agent Jack Crawford, the protagonist in Thomas Harris’s Hannibal Lecter novels. In fact, many of the characters in Mindhunter are based on real people, including the murderers that Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff), the character based on Douglas, and his partner Bill Tench (Holt McCallany) interview and discuss. Below is a full explanation of who’s real, who’s imaginary, and how the local news described each string of killings.
Serial killers who appear in Mindhunter
Posted on Monday, October 16th, 2017 by Hoai-Tran Bui
After years of playing Nazis and superhero villains, Daniel Brühl has finally landed a role that every young male protagonist can aspire to: the gifted criminal profiler. But this time, it’s in the 19th century!
The Alienist looks like the detective procedural got a gaslamp-lit makeover, with stars Brühl, Luke Evans, and Dakota Fanning teaming up to work as early criminal profilers in 1896, attempting to get into the mind of one of New York City’s first serial killers before they hunt him down.
“Instead of looking to cure a disease of the body, I look to help those who are suffering from illness of the mind,” Daniel Brühl’s Dr. Read more at: http://www.slashfilm.com/tnt-the-alienist-trailer-daniel-bruhl-dakota-fanning-luke-evans/
TNT’s television adaptation of Caleb Carr’s quasi-historical 1994 crime novel The Alienist represents an intriguing peak television offering. Showcasing its two high-profile primary stars in Daniel Bruhl and Luke Evans, the upcoming historically-themed crime series has released its debut trailer, showing the duo in 1896 New York, each bringing distinctive skill sets to solve a sting of murders.
The Alienist Release Date
TNT has finally announced the release date for The Alienist. The NYC-set Victorian-era crime drama is set to debut on TNT on Monday, January 22, 2018 at 9 p.m.
The Alienist Trailer
With the release date announcement, TNT also releases a new trailer for The Alienist, complementing the one we got back in May. This new clip delves further into the modus operandi of Daniel Bruhl’s Dr. Laszlo Kreizler, whose profession of an “alienist” has him attempting to synthesize concepts of forensics and psychology into a revolutionary (for the 1896,) approach
Read more at: http://www.denofgeek.com/us/tv/the-alienist/260320/the-alienist-trailer-release-date-for-luke-evans-and-daniel-bruhl-crime-drama
Promotional poster for “Criminal Minds” on CBS.Facebook/ CriminalMinds
In the next episode of “Criminal Minds,” the Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) led by Emily Prentiss (Paget Brewster) race against the clock to catch a stealthy killer who uses hi-tech drones to murder his victims.
The trailer for the upcoming installment titled “Killer App” was recently released and showed Prentiss telling an agent the seriousness of the case. “This unsub [unknown subject] has killed almost seven people,” she said chillingly. Apparently, the killer uses military drones in strikes to take down enemy targets. The murderer’s back is shown as he inspects and fixes his state-of-the-art killer drone. These devices prove to be stealthy as one is shown going downwards and looking inside the back of a car.
The case takes a turn for the worse when Prentiss accuses a manager for something that could turn the whole
Read more at: https://www.christiantoday.com/article/criminal.minds.season.13.episode.4.spoilers.bau.hunts.down.drone.flying.killer/116153.htm
(From left) Bursa Malaysia chairman Tan Sri Amirsham A Aziz, Ranjit, Khairy, SC deputy chief executive Datuk Ahmad Fairuz Zainol Abidin, and SC chief regulatory officer Foo Lee Mei pose during the opening of InvestSmart Fest 2017.
KUALA LUMPUR: With the growing sophistication of the capital market, and the increasing number of financial and investment decisions, the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) urged Malaysians to be more mindful of their financial planning by improving their financial and investment literacy.
SC chairman Tan Sri Ranjit Ajit Singh highlighted this during the InvestSmart Fest 2017, which is an initiative by SC.
Officiated by Minister of Youth and Sports Malaysia Khairy Jamaluddin at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, the three-day InvestSmart Fest aims to promote financial and investment literacy in order to enhance investor empowerment.
Themed ‘Invest For Your Future’, InvestSmart Fest 2017 is in line with
Read more at: http://www.theborneopost.com/2017/10/16/sc-malaysians-should-start-planning-and-investing-for-the-future/
Our Girl (BBC1) | iPlayer
Mindhunter (Netflix) | Netflix
Snowfall (BBC2) | iPlayer
Norskov (C4) | All 4
GameFace (E4) | All 4
Lucy Worsley’s Nights at the Opera (BBC2) | iPlayer
Australian Wilderness with Ray Mears (ITV) | ITV Hub
I’m possibly irrationally biased against Our Girl from the very start, though the first series had a few nice touches. I suspect it’s simply the title, with its reference to “our boys” and unthinking tabloid tub-thumps, still spaffing on about the Falklands. This third series looks to be trying to dishearten me even further.
The premise is that there is a feisty, outspoken, heart-of-gold army medical lass – in the first series it was EastEnders’s Lacey Turner, now it’s Michelle Keegan, ex-Corrie – out there amid the dirt and the danger and the bombs and the macho
Read more at: https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2017/oct/15/the-week-in-tv-our-girl-snowfall-norskov-game-face-lucy-worsley-ray-mears-review
If you’ve ever wondered what it might be like to talk to a serial killer, look no further than the new Netflix show Mindhunter. The show follows the protagonist Holden Ford, an FBI agent working in the 1970s who begins interviewing serial killers in order to develop a better behavioral profile of their traits and habits. Yet Ford doesn’t work alone. Who is Bill Tench from Mindhunter, and what role does he play in the psychoanalysis of serial killers?
Tench (played by Holt McCallany) is also an FBI agent, and Ford’s partner. He joins Ford in his quest to get the FBI to take psychology and psychoanalysis seriously, especially as it applies to criminal profiling. Tench follows Ford around the country as they travel to interview some of America’s most prolific convicted serial killers, from Edmund Kemper to
Read more at: https://www.bustle.com/p/who-is-bill-tench-from-mindhunter-the-real-fbi-agent-behind-the-character-was-known-for-talking-to-serial-killers-2914017