Must Watch

Must Watch is a curation of some of the world’s most critically acclaimed and award winning true-crime documentary films, showcasing the most confronting, chilling and thought-provoking films from the last two decades. These are the films you need to see this month:



The Gaurdians
Saturday April 6 at 9.30pm AEDT

Elderly people are disappearing in Las Vegas. Deemed incompetent, they are removed from their homes, drugged, and dumped in nursing homes against their will. Their autonomy is stolen, dignity destroyed, and life savings gradually pillaged — all without their consent. This multi-million-dollar scam is perpetrated by “The Guardians” – the very people sworn to protect the vulnerable among us.



The Pig Farm
Saturday April 13 at 9.30pm AEST

When police arrived at a pig farm in rural British Columbia in February of 2002, they stumbled upon a scene of unfathomable horror. The remains of over 60 women were unearthed – most of whom were Vancouver sex workers.



Life and Death Row: Love Triangle
Saturday April 20 at 9.30pm AEST

Hear the story of Heather, a beautiful young wife and mother, who has disappeared without a trace. Her adulterous husband Joshua and his pregnant lover Emilia are brought in for questioning.



MA ratingWarning: This Drug May Kill You
Saturday April 27 at 9.30pm AEST

Warning: This Drug May Kill You takes an unflinching look at the devastating effects of opioid addiction in the U.S., profiling four families whose lives have been decimated by addictions that all began with legitimate prescriptions to dangerous painkillers. Through the personal and emotional stories of people on the front lines of this epidemic, the film sheds light on the struggles of ordinary people who were prescribed highly addictive opioid pain medications, which are too often the gateway to a very similar opioid, heroin.

Featuring home videos and photos that humanize this public health crisis, along with important statistics and information about opioid use and treatment, Warning: This Drug May Kill You is an eye-opening look at a terrifying epidemic that is devastating communities across this country, and the toll it has taken on its victims and their families.