Most fans know Lynda La Plante from her heart-stopping crime novels, or as the creative force behind Prime Suspect
—the groundbreaking, award-winning police drama starring Helen Mirren. But no single series captures the full breadth of La Plante's brilliant, edge-of-your-seat plotting, or her knack for creating complex, unforgettable characters. The Menace and Murder Collection
presents three star-studded gems from a master of the modern crime drama: Supply and Demand
(Eammon Walker, Oz
), Killer Net
, (Tam Williams, Spectre
, Paul Bettany, The Avengers
films), and Mind Games
(Fiona Shaw, Harry Potter
films, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Oscar® nominee for 12 Years a Slave
). 3 complete programs from the thrilling imagination of Lynda LaPlante, with multiple-episode series presented in their entirety. 14 hrs, 5 DVDs. SDH. Mature content.
Supply and Demand: This action-packed series stars Eammon Walker (Chicago Fire, Oz) as a street-smart undercover officer who joins an elite squad to track down drug dealers, human traffickers, and other dangerous criminals. Also starring Benedict Wong (Dr. Strange) and Miriam Margolyes (Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries). 7 episodes; 527 min.
Killer Net: A psychology student becomes obsessed with a computer game about planning a murder, but when his ex-girlfriend is killed in real life, he fears it may be more than a game. This chilling miniseries stars Tam Williams (Spectre) and Paul Bettany (The Avengers films). 4 episodes; 202 min.
Mind Games: Fiona Shaw (Harry Potter films, True Blood) plays a former nun turned criminal profiler trying to catch a killer who beat two women to death in their homes. Also starring Colin Salmon (24: Live Another Day) and Oscar® nominee Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave). 104 min.
Run Time: 12 hours
Number of discs: 5
Foreign Language Subtitles: No
Color or B&W: Color
Region Code: 1
Aspect Ratio: 4:3 full screen
Content disclaimer: Contains violence, strong language, sexual situations, drug use, and nudity
Supply and Demand:
Ade Sapara, Eamonn Walker, Benedict Wong, Miriam Margolyes, Larry Lamb, Martin Kemp, Stella Gonet, Andrew Charleson, Terry O'Neill, Susan Ellen Flynn, Juliet Aubrey, Ramon Tikaram, Fintan McKeown, Colin McCormack, and Ron Donachie
Tam Williams, Paul Bettany, Emily Woof, and Kathy Brolly
Fiona Shaw, Finbar Lynch, Colin Salmon, Sara Kestelman, and Chiwetel Ejiofer.