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Five Psychological Thrillers That Are Simply Bonechiling

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Psychological thrillers do more than the typical jump scare. They get into your mind with various twists and turns throughout the film. After watching one, you may not look at your neighbors the same way again, or be convinced that the person walking behind you is secretly following you. Are you ready for these five psychological thrillers?.

Exam

One might not think taking an exam can be panic inducing, but 2009’s Exam begs to differ. Eight people trying out for a job get stuck on one simple question. If that’s not enough, they’re trapped inside a locked room. At the Santa Barbara Film Fest, Exam earned the Independent Feature Award.

Bedlam Productions

A Tale Of Two Sisters

2003’s A Tale of Two Sisters involves ghosts, a mental institute patient, and a dark past. The South Korean film is based on a popular fairy tail called Janghwa Hongryeon jeon. Numerous awards were given to the film, including Most Popular Film at the Fantasia Festival. Hollywood released a remake of the film titled The Uninvited, but that was a critical disaster.

Big Blue Film

The Sixth Sense

The Sixth Sense blew everyone away and cemented M. Night Shyamalan’s legacy as a director. Bruce Willis plays a psychologist that has to get in the mind of a young boy played by Haley Joel Osment. Earning over $672 million, the movie is one of the highest earning psychological thrillers ever.

Buena Vista Pictures

The Skin I Live In

After 21 years, actor Antonio Banderas and director Pedro Almodóvar reunite for The Skin I Live In. This film follows a plastic surgeon that invents an indestructible skin. Unfortunately, a young woman named Vera is chosen to be his test subject. The movie gained a Golden Globe nomination for Best Foreign Film.

Sony Pictures Classics

One Hour Photo

Late comedian Robin Williams showed everyone he was more than jokes with One Hour Photo. This films finds Williams portraying a demented photo developer that targets a simple family. “It’s hard to play that type of very, very compulsive, very frighteningly bland man. That was the drill with that, to really keep it controlled,” Williams told The Guardian. His praised performance earned him a Saturn Award for Best Actor.

Fox Searchlight Pictures

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