Thriller Movie Reviews
Hard Candy is a psychological thriller which takes on the controversial problem of pedophilia.
The Boston Strangler is a true story of a man who committed a series of murders in 1962 in Boston.
In The Electric Mist, thriller starring Tommy Lee Jones, is an American-French co production. Detective Dave Robicheaux hunts for a serial killer who preys on young women.
Exhibit A, directed by Dom Rotheroe, is the story of a typical normal family which succumbs to the financial pressure and eventually driven to the unthinkable.
Based on a 1975 novel by John A Keel, this 2002 film starring Richard Gere was an instant hit upon it’s release and has lost none of it’s power.
Stylish, stylised and redefining violence into an elegant blood ballet, “Reservoir Dogs” boasts an all star cast of superb actors and when it came to the screen in 1992, it left an indelible impression.
This British thriller from director Gareth Maxwell Roberts was released in 2008 and is a genuinely dark film noir about one man desperate for redemption.
Perdita Durango is an incredibly fun, incredibly violent and somewhat demented movie with a frenetic pace and definite intended sense of peculiarity that grabs you from the start and never lets up with the tension.
Set somewhere in Australia, the film follows Jimmy (Matthew Scully), who, after witnessing his father’s death at the hands of a mugger, goes off to live with his uncle Leonard (Damien Garvey), who owns and manages a city storage facility.
This drama starts with the discovery by six business partners of the body of an associate. With no idea how it got there and the fear of the finger of suspicion pointing it’s grubby digit directly at them, they remove the body and bury it, pledging to keep this a secret that only the six will know.