Mama

Mama

Mama, a horror movie executive produced by Guillermo del Toro and scripted by Neil, and starring Jessica Chastain and Game of Thrones star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau was released in January 2013.

The Universal Pictures film expands on director Andy Muschietti’s terrifying 2008 Spanish-language short. Neil rewote an original script by Andy and Barbara Muschietti.

“Look Inside” Mama is available to view on iTunes and features commentary by del Toro, Chastaine and Coster-Waldau.

Read more about Mama and watch the original short here.

OTHER SHOWS

Luther: The Fallen Sun

Luther: The Fallen Sun

The first ever Luther movie opens in cinemas on 24 February and premieres on Netflix on 10 March 2023. In Luther: The Fallen Sun – an epic continuation of the award-winning television saga reimagined for film – a gruesome serial killer is terrorizing London while brilliant but disgraced detective John Luther (Idris Elba) sits behind bars. Haunted by his failure to capture the cyber psychopath who now taunts him, Luther decides to break out of prison to finish the job by any means necessary.

Mosquito Coast

Mosquito Coast

The gripping drama starring Justin Theroux and Melissa George debuted globally on Apple TV+ in April 2021

The Sister

The Sister

The four-part series inspired by Neil's novel Burial, coming to ITV on October 26 at 9pm

Luther Season 5

Luther Season 5

Luther returned to BBC One in the UK in Season 5 on New Year's Day

Hard Sun

Hard Sun

Hard Sun is a pre-apocalyptic crime drama set in contemporary London starring Jim Sturgess and Agyness Deyn.

Luther - Series 1

...the actors' skill - and Cross' admirable ability to explore his characters' boundaries without either calcifying or forsaking them - allows "Luther" to be superhuman in both the ordinary and extraordinary sense.

Los Angeles Times

Luther - Series 2

“Gritty, brooding, emotionally raw . . . whatever you call it, Luther is powerful TV.”

San Francisco Chronicle

Luther - Series 3

It gets darker, scarier and more captivating with each episode as Luther matches wits with killers and cops alike . . . the outstanding Elba broods like no other actor, and adds nuance to the series beyond the excellent writing of series creator Neil Cross and his team

Sunday Mirror