Monthly Archives: January 2018

5 Trending movies you must see this weekend

Here is a list of top trending movies carefully compiled for your viewership by TheNewsGuru.com to keep your holidays groovy. Enjoy it!

The Foreigner

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This is an interesting movie about Quan who is a humble London businessman whose long-buried past erupts in a revenge-fueled vendetta when the only person left for him to love — his teenage daughter — dies in a senseless act of politically motivated terrorism.

His relentless search to find the terrorists leads to a cat-and-mouse conflict with a British government official whose own past may hold the clues to the identities of the elusive killers.

Proud Mary

Taraji P. Henson is Mary, a hitwoman working for an organized crime family in Boston. Mary’s life is completely turned around when she meets a young boy whose path she crosses when a professional

Read more at: https://www.thenewsguru.com/5-trending-movies-must-see-weekend-10/

Stars Daniel Brühl and Dakota Fanning Share 7 Things to Love …

If the success of the lucrative CSI franchise has proven anything, it’s the popularity of the fields of forensics and criminal profiling. By the time CSI premiered in 2000, some of these techniques were already over 100 years old. TNT’s new drama The Alienist, based on the 1994 best-selling novel by Caleb Carr, will tell you one tale of how crime scene investigation got its start.

In 1896, people with mental illness were considered “alienated” from their true selves. Those who studied them, therefore, were called alienists. Today, they might be called profilers.

Dr. Laszlo Kreizler (Daniel Brühl) is such an expert. Along with reporter John Moore (Luke Evans) and police secretary Sara Howard (Dakota Fanning), Kreizler applies the first ever forensic techniques to crime scenes while tracking a serial killer in New York.

Brühl and Fanning spoke with Rotten Tomatoes before the premiere of The Alienist. Here are seven things they

Read more at: https://editorial.rottentomatoes.com/article/daniel-bruhl-and-dakota-fanning-share-7-things-about-the-alienist/

Stars Daniel Brühl and Dakota Fanning Share 7 Things to Love About The Alienist

If the success of the lucrative CSI franchise has proven anything, it’s the popularity of the fields of forensics and criminal profiling. By the time CSI premiered in 2000, some of these techniques were already over 100 years old. TNT’s new drama The Alienist, based on the 1994 best-selling novel by Caleb Carr, will tell you one tale of how crime scene investigation got its start.

In 1896, people with mental illness were considered “alienated” from their true selves. Those who studied them, therefore, were called alienists. Today, they might be called profilers.

Dr. Laszlo Kreizler (Daniel Brühl) is such an expert. Along with reporter John Moore (Luke Evans) and police secretary Sara Howard (Dakota Fanning), Kreizler applies the first ever forensic techniques to crime scenes while tracking a serial killer in New York.

Brühl and Fanning spoke with Rotten Tomatoes before the premiere of The Alienist. Here are seven things they

Read more at: https://editorial.rottentomatoes.com/article/daniel-bruhl-and-dakota-fanning-share-7-things-about-the-alienist/

Las Vegas Gunman Stephen Paddock Probably Acted Alone, Girlfriend Is Not a Suspect, Sheriff Says

The Las Vegas gunman who killed 58 people and injured several hundreds in an October mass shooting likely acted alone, and his girlfriend is not a suspect in the investigation, a sheriff announced on Friday.

In a press briefing, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Sheriff Joe Lombardo revealed the findings of a preliminary report on the shooting, saying that all evidence pointed to Paddock’s acting alone and that Marilou Danley, his girlfriend at the time, was not a suspect.

“I know and believe that there was only suspect, who killed 58 people and injured hundreds more,” Lombardo told reporters. “We do not anticipate charges being brought forward against Marilou Danley.” 

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Read more at: http://www.newsweek.com/las-vegas-gunman-likely-acted-alone-sheriff-says-785723

‘The Alienist’ Review: Visually Striking Take On A Now-Familiar Story

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Arizona Serial Killer Suspect Linked to 9 Killings in 3 Weeks

An Arizona serial killer suspect who has been in jail since mid-December has now been linked to at least nine killings over a three-week stretch, the Arizona Republic reported Thursday.

Cleophus Cooksey, Jr., 35, had been arrested on Dec. 17 in connection with a double shooting death of his mother and stepfather in Phoenix, the newspaper reported. Authorities said that over the next three weeks, with the help of new technology, they discovered that Cooksey had suspected additional links to seven other murders, the Republic continued.

Phoenix police Chief Jeri Williams told KNXV-TV that ballistic evidence collected from each homicide scene tied Cooksey to all homicides.

Sgt. Jonathan Howard, a Phoenix police spokesman, told the newspaper that police were looking into other murders to see if there might be links to Cooksey. The Republic said Cooksey has been talking with investigators and police have been working with the FBI’s

Read more at: https://www.newsmax.com/thewire/arizona-serial-killer-suspect/2018/01/19/id/838135/

Home » TV » ‘The Alienist,’ Jan. 22, TNT

NEW YORK (CNS) — Based upon Caleb Carr’s eponymous, popular and acclaimed 1994 novel, the limited series period drama “The Alienist” debuts on the TNT cable channel Monday, Jan. 22, 9-10 p.m. EST.

Great-looking, with a wonderful, fine eye for period details, the nonetheless morally problematic series will air on Monday nights in that time slot, concluding its 10-week run March 26.

Besides the graphic descriptions of murders of male prostitutes at the drama’s crux, the show also depicts police brutality, the mentally ill violently injuring themselves, nudity, strong and often gratuitous sexuality and sexually transmitted diseases.

People tuning in to see a show about a serial killer terrorizing Manhattan in 1896, shouldn’t anticipate seeing “The Waltons,” and some of this problematic material necessarily serves the plot. But, as is the case with many contemporary TV productions, the producers insist upon presenting this material most candidly.

Some viewers will consequently recoil from graphic images

Read more at: https://www.thebostonpilot.com/article.asp?ID=181315

The truth about Manhunt: Unabomber: meet the FBI linguist who caught Ted Kaczynski

His insights into the hunt for Kaczynski are fascinating and will intrigue anyone whose interest in the Unabomber has been piqued by Manhunt. Also detailed in the new book is a surreal run-in, early in his FBI career, with a figure who, as with Fitzgerald himself, would go on to bigger things. 

Donald Trump’s security people contacted me,” he says. “They were getting some strange calls into private business lines at Trump Tower – hearing some invective and profanity.”

The suspicious communications, it turned out, were bleeding over from a recently installed mobile phone mast in New Jersey. But if the call failed to yield a juicy case, it did at least introduce Fitzgerald to the future Commander-in-Chief. 

“I met with their security person and lo and behold Trump walked into the office. He was very professional – offered to buy lunch for me. He was polite – not bellicose or over

Read more at: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/on-demand/0/truth-manhunt-unabomber-meet-fbi-linguist-caughtted-kaczynski/