Murder Starts Tonight!
What the critics say of Agatha Christie’s most famous story!
And Then There Were None is a fantastic psychological portrait of a group of frightened, confused people turning on one another in the face of fear.” – Collider
“From its first golden images of drowning to the drawing-room showdowns on a dark and stormy night, And Then There Were None is a triumph of atmosphere and an adaptation bold enough to make you uncomfortable to the very last.” – AV Club
“Even though it was written in 1939, as a serialized newspaper story, it feels modern in its moral complexities.” – St. Louis Post Dispatch