Brilliantly composed, Reservoir Dogs mimics cinema as much as it moves it forward through macho violence.
Category: 4K Thriller
Driven by compelling personalities and a famously grand twist, The Usual Suspects brings the classic noir into modern view.
A tense, sensual, and yet terrifying thriller steeped in luxury, Fatal Attraction still has its hold decades later.
Heat's distinctive approach humanizes criminality in a way few films do, focused as much on the action as the lives of those involved.
Flatliners' creative concept transplants '90s counter-culture into the medical world with evocative results.
Barbara Harris is almost enough to carry the goofy, playful Family Plot, but it's often too meandering to earn full attention.
Tensely sexual as it follows two domineering people, Marnie is relentlessly uncomfortable in Hitchcock's usual form.
A heated wartime paranoia thriller, Shadow of a Doubt excels as a premiere early American Hitchcock classic.
Sultry, steamy, and seductive, Double Indemnity's grand dialog paired to its noir roots defined the '40s entire slate of thrillers.
Hitchcock dipped into wartime paranoia and propaganda with Saboteur, a passable thriller more concerned with a message than thrills.
The Contractor's critique of military work and veteran support filters through a commendable if bland thriller.
While successful in mood and style, The Batman's stuffy, overwrought runtime doesn't feel necessary or useful to this unique take on the character.