Hear that knock on your door? You better hope it's not one of the highly intrusive villains from this collection of home invasion horror/thrillers, including 'The Strangers', 'Straw Dogs' (both original and remake), and British hidden-gem 'Cherry Tree Lane'!
Manicured green lawns, pristine McMansions, and immaculate outfits are but a facade in these dark stories exposing the vacuous underbelly of modern American suburbia. Like T.S. Eliot's 'The Wasteland' but with more hot Moms!
Horror movies that feature sickos forcing unwilling victims to play a variety of twisted games to survive, including the 'Saw Franchise' and underappreciated British flick 'Truth or Die. You'll never be able to look at puppets riding around on bicycles the same way again!
While we do find it hard to swallow the Marxist undertones contained in these Hollywood produced blockbusters, they do ask important questions about wealth inequality in today's society. But wait, doesn't Bernie Sanders do that for us now? Please ignore. List obsolete.
An eclectic collection of films proving money can't buy you a moral compass, guaranteed to make you hate snotty rich kids even more! Make sure to check out 'The Riot Club' for an intimate look into Boris Johnson's social life circa 1987.
Forced quarantines, experiments gone wrong, and computers turning against us: all of the future's worst nightmares compiled onto one contemporary list. Which disaster will prove to be the end of us all? We console ourselves with the thought that it has to be only one.
Despite looking ever so slightly like Curious George, Ethan Hawke has nonetheless proven himself as a compelling action-hero in this collection of action/thrillers. Make sure to check out recent, critically-acclaimed time travel thriller 'Predestination'!