Do you enjoy a good whodunit? So do I. This is the fourth in my series of story ideas, by the way. Let us know in the comments. Take fifteen minutes and develop one of these story ideas into at least one scene. Set your imagination free, then post your results in the comments.
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We're living in a golden age of true crime content, from documentaries to podcasts to TV shows and books. Which means, no surprise, that the murder mystery film is also making a resurgence in popularity. The classic genre has had some major standouts over the last several decades, and the typical whodunit setup—several people in a house, one dies, a detective has to solve the crime—has expanded to include truly unique settings and stories. That's a good thing: It means that a lot of these mysteries can play with form and framing while still giving you a perfect twist ending. There are a couple horror films, one action movie, and a number of dramas on this list.
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