When it seems that all the best thrillers have already been watched and there are no more good movies in your favorite genre, it means that it’s time for you to read our new compilation! These movies will let your travel to India, feel shaken from terrorist attacks, visit the Flannan Isles where people disappear, and venture to 19th-century England and the US in the 1970s. You can experience what it’s like to live one whole day as a 911 dispatcher or to work as a partner of a commissar investigating the disappearance of a teenager.
We at Bright Side will definitely watch every single one of these 12 psychological thrillers more than once. Many of the films were inspired by life itself, so be ready to look over your shoulder for a few days after watching them.
1. The Professor and the Madman (2018)
The movie is set in England in the middle of the 19th century. Oxford Professor James Murray is writing the first dictionary of the English language.
One of the most unexpected assistants comes to help him — a mental facility patient who was convicted of killing William Minor. The leading roles are played by Sean Penn, Mel Gibson, and Natalie Dormer.
- IMDb — 7.4