An actor-led murder procedural succeeds purely because of its cast, but The Little Things does explore the mental toll of detective work in an interesting way.
Blu-ray Thriller Reviews
Death Has Blue Eyes is a taut paranormal thriller from filmmaker Nico Mastorakis that grabs you with interesting twists and sexy action.
Dark Web: Cicada 3301 decides early on it's not a pure thriller
A cult masterpiece from Japanese director Teruo Ishii, Shogun's Joy of Torture explores the darker side of punishment during the Edo period.
Patiently exposing a too-far reaching conspiracy, Parallax View depicts an uncertain time through what's now an unlikely hero.
Breach is a dramatic spy thriller based on the true story of FBI agent Robert Hanssen that succeeds thanks to Chris Cooper.
Fatale is slick in its look and theme, but falls to a predictable, cliche noir thriller elements by the end.
Planting viewers in the mind of schizophrenic episodes, Fear of Rain convincingly shows the alienation of mental health breaks.
A relic from DVD's prime, The Net 2.0 soaks in mid-'00s cliches, and few of those are positive.
Forward-thinking in developing an identity theft story, The Net doesn't get everything right, but it's a grand time capsule.
Not always exciting and even moronic, Centigrade still finds tension by forcing a strained marriage into a claustrophobic setting.
Deceiving to the last, Scream of Fear toys with the obvious before making things right in a classic finale.