Apostle (2018)

This production, made for Netflix by the Welsh director Gareth Evans, whom we know from the series Raid and V/H/S, is set in London in 1905. Thomas Richardson (Dan Stevens) takes over the situation when he finds out that his sister is missing and that a cult is behind it. The film, which shows in all its nakedness what faith up to the degree of heresy can do to a person, met with Gareth Evans ‘ poetic narration, resulting in a visual feast. Unlike the Gareth Evans Raid series, he preferred to convey his story with a lower-tempo stream with the audience. But don’t let that fool you, Apostle, who starts at a low pace and increases the tension in a layered way, certainly deserves to be watched.

IMDb: 6.3

Forgotten (2017)

Hang jun-Jang, who has previously directed two comedy and drama films, proved to the authorities that he can also do a very good thriller with Forgotten, which he shot in 2017. Jin Seok (Kang Na Neul), who admires his older brother, is shocked by his older brother’s disappearance. When his brother Yoo Seok (Kim Moo Yul) loses his memory 19 days after this mysterious disappearance and turns out to be a completely different man, Jin Seok decides to pursue the truth behind this mysterious disappearance. With its choppy pace, the sense of wonder it constantly gives the viewer, and its bleak atmosphere, Forgotten is waiting to be discovered.

IMDb: 7.3

Calibre (2018)

Calibre, the first feature film by British director Matt Palmer, gives us a different perspective on friendship, morality and courage. It tells the story of two friends, Vaughn (Jack Lowden) and Marcus (Martin McCann), who go hunting in the Scottish Highlands and have known each other since childhood. After having fun all night, the two friends go hunting exhausted the next day, and as a result of a big mistake they made while hunting, an endless and tense nightmare begins. Calibre is waiting to be watched with excellent nature shots and moral questions.

IMDb: 6,8

Fractured (2019)

If you have the slightest curiosity about psychological tensions and how the human mind reacts to events, Fractured is the movie for you. Ray Monroe (Sam Wortinghon) sets off for Minneapolis with his wife Joanne (Lily Rabe) and daughter Peri (Lucy Capri). During this journey, which should be enjoyable, an accident occurs and the family breathes in the hospital. Ray, who can’t reach his family at the hospital, goes after the truth. Fractured psychological thriller with its cold atmosphere and shocking finale is perfect for lovers.

IMDb: 6.4

The Haunting Of Hill House (2018)

5 brothers who grew up together and parted ways come together in the house where they grew up after a tragedy and have to face the troubles from the past in this house. In one scene, you jump out of fear in front of the brothers ‘ stories, and in another scene that follows him, you suddenly find your eyes moist. Note: in October, Mike Flanagan will host another horror series called The Haunting of Bly Manor.

IMDb: 8.7

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