Imdb Score: 6.3
Director: Gareth Evans
Writer: Gareth Evans
Players: Dan Stevens, Richard Elfyn, Paul Higgins
This production for Netflix by Welsh director Gareth Evans, known for raid and V/H/S series, is set in London in 1905. Thomas Richardson (Dan Stevens) seizes on the situation when he learns that his sister is missing and that a cult is behind it. The film, which reveals in all its nakedness what perversion can make a person do, was a visual feast when it met gareth evans's poetic narrative. Gareth Evans, unlike the Raid series, chose to convey his story to the audience with a lower-tempo flow. But don't be fooled by this, Apostle, which starts at a low tempo and increases tension in a layered way, definitely deserves to be watched.
Imdb Score: 7.4
Director: Hang jun-Jang
Writer: Hang jun-Jang
Players: Yeon Je Hyung, Ha-Neul Kang, Mu-Yeol Kim
Hang jun-Jang, who previously directed two comedy and drama films, proved to the authorities that he can do very well with his 2017 thriller Forgotten. Jin Seok (Kang Na Neul), who admires her brother, is shocked by his brother's disappearance. When her older brother Yoo Seok (Kim Moo Yul) loses his memory 19 days after this mysterious disappearance and appears as a completely different man, Jin Seok decides to pursue the truth behind this mysterious disappearance. Forgotten is waiting to be discovered with its undulating pace, constant sense of curiosity and gloomy atmosphere to the viewer.
Imdb Score: 6.8
Director: Matt Palmer
Writer: Matt Palmer
Players: Jack Lowden, Martin McCann, Tony Curran
Calibre, british director Matt Palmer's first feature film, offers us a different perspective on friendship, morality and courage. It tells the story of two friends Vaughn (Jack Lowden) and Marcus (Martin McCann), who go hunting in the Scottish highlands and have known each other since childhood. After the two friends have been having fun all night, they go hunting exhausted the next day, and as a result of a big mistake they made while hunting, a never-ending and tense nightmare begins. Calibre is waiting to be watched with excellent nature shots and moral questioning.
Bonus: Top 10 Horror Movies
Imdb Score: 6.4
Director: Brad Anderson
Writer: Alan B. McElroy
Players: Sam Worthington, Lily Rabe, Lucy Capri
If you have the slightest curiosity about psychological tensions and how the human mind reacts to events, Fractured is the movie for you. Ray Monroe (Sam Wortinghon) leaves for Minneapolis with his wife Joanne (Lily Rabe) and daughter Peri (Lucy Capri). During this journey, which must proceed pleasantly, an accident occurs and the family ends up in the hospital. Ray, who can't reach his family at the hospital, pursues the truth. With its cold atmosphere and shocking finale, Fractured is perfect for lovers of psychological thrillers.
Imdb Score: 8.7
Director: Mike Flanagan
Writer: Mike Flanagan
Players: Ummael Huisman, Carla Gugino, Henry Thomas
There's a miniseries at number one on my list. If you like long-running stories, this series is for you! Although it has really scary scenes, it offers its audience a very different experience with the elements of drama it has in it. Mike Flanagan is the director of The Haunting Of Hill House, based on Shirley Jackson's novel House on the Hill. Five brothers who grew up together and parted ways are reunited in the house where they grew up after a tragedy and are forced to face the troubles of the past in this house. In one scene in front of the brothers' stories, you jump out of fear, and in another scene that follows, you suddenly find your eyes damp. Note: In October, Mike Flanagan will bring another horror series, The Haunting Of Bly Manor, to his audience.
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