Steven Spielberg’s debut feature, and the Richard Matheson short story that it is based on, remain masterclasses in paranoid terror.
An impressively old-school yet very modern crime thriller that keeps you guessing throughout its many twists and turns.
Sex, crime and double-crosses galore in the classic 1994 neo-noir.
The unlikely Chinese remake of the Coen Brothers’ noir classic is better than you may have been led to believe.
A rare cinematic celebration of the king of the melodrama, Tod Slaughter.
Karyn Kusama’s plodding paranoid religious cult thriller is an example of more being decidedly less.
Jim McBride’s reworking of the Godard classic was widely dismissed at the time, but can now be seen as an ahead-of-its-time study of pop culture and criminal cool.