Taken at the Flood–excellent portrayal of a psychopath; best ever portrayed by a tv production I’ve ever seen. Realistic, scary, and downright evil.
Cards on the Table–for anyone desiring the multiple suspects approach of Murder on the Orient Express. The last guilty party is not revealed until the final minute! Strong adaptation and non-stop suspense to the end.
Don’t bother seeing the 1952 movie My Cousin Rachel. Good suspense, atmosphere, and strong debut performance by Richard Burton (‘The Voice’), but the ending is horribly weak and poorly done. You’ll feel betrayed and palpably gypped. For the opposite end of the continuum, try the fantastic endings of the above 2 Poirots.