Just made a new list of all the best psychological thrillers I’ve seen so far.
1) The Prestige (2006)
This incredibly twisty psychological thriller from Christopher Nolan is a one-of-a-kind film that revolves around two rival magicians playing mind games in Victorian era London. It’s very much an old school psychological thriller that demands your utmost attention from the first frame to the last. The first time I saw it, I dropped my jaw in awe. I was completely blown away and couldn’t get up from my seat for a while. Make sure there are no distractions around.
2) Memento (2000)
Another Nolan film that’s about a man suffering from anterograde amnesia trying to find his wife’s killer. The film’s narrative is non-linear and just as with The Prestige, it requires you to pay close attention from the first frame to last. Mental health experts have lauded Nolan’s depiction of anterograde amnesia, calling it the most accurate. The most interesting thing about the film is…
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