Tagged: psychological thrillers

THE EXORCIST 40th Anniversary Edition

40 years after its release William Friedkin’s The Exorcist (1973) still stands apart from all other horror movies. There’s never been a film that...

The frights are fierce in THE HAUNTING

There’s all types of great horror cinema, some are known for their gore and blood while others rely more on the psychological effects. THE...

CRIMEWATCH: Man Bites Dog

Man Bites Dog is a film that I had been trying to find for a while. A DVD eluded my grasp but I was...

Pharmalogical Thriller: SIDE EFFECTS

Rumor has it that Side Effects, the slinky, sexy new psychological thriller from busybody director Steven Soderbergh (Contagion, Haywire, Magic Mike) will be his...

Wake In Fright (BluRay Review)

FILM REVIEW Based on a 1961 book written by Kenneth Cook, Wake In Fright tells the story of John Grant (Gary Bond) a bonded...

Film Noir Classics: SECONDS

Arthur Hamilton (John Randolph) is a middle aged banker who has become dissatisfied and lost his way in life. One day he is contacted...

ISLE OF THE DEAD

When I first saw Isle of The Dead (1945) it was following Turner Classic Movies’ premiere of Martin Scorsese’s documentary Val Lewton: The Man...

Developing Delusions: ONE HOUR PHOTO

One Hour Photo is a 2002 psychological thriller starring Robin Williams and directed by Mark Romanek. You may think this is really weird because...