Must Watch Psychological Thriller Movies: Not every genre appeals to everyone, and psychological thrillers might be especially unappealing to those who shy away from darker material.
The best way to characterize Jordan Peele’s Oscar-winning blockbuster Get Out is probably to use the word unsettling.
Mark Ruffalo, Robert Downey Jr., and Jake Gyllenhaal are featured in Zodiac as they search for the Zodiac Killer during the 1970s in San Francisco.
Leonardo DiCaprio plays Teddy in Shutter Island, and Mark Ruffalo plays Chuck. Detectives Teddy and Chuck visit the mental hospital on Shutter Island to look into a patient’s disappearance.
In Richard Kelly’s psychological thriller, instead of providing answers regarding its universe and its characters, the author chooses to leave the audience to reflect on what they just saw.
Young Americans fly to Sweden with the expectation of having the fun of their lives at a carnival, but instead, find themselves gradually ensnared in a horrific Pagan cult.
Nolan has an unrivalled ability to startle his audience, as evidenced by Memento and The Prestige. But look no further than Inception for his most baffling image.
In the movie 13 Cameras, Neville Archambault plays Gerald, a landlord who lets a young couple carrying their first child stay in his home.
Spike Jonze’s 1999 fantasy concept alone is mind-boggling: John Cusack’s puppeteer creates a portal inside a prominent Hollywood star’s psyche.
Few spellbinders have as much historical significance as Suspiria, the nightmarish masterpiece by Italian director Dario Argento.
Despite lacking any characteristics typically found in a horror film, Pedro Almodovar’s sci-fi thriller in Spanish is undoubtedly shocking and terrifying to watch.