All Time Best Suspense Movies
It’s only when you bite your nail, scratch your scalp few times, get engrossed in the characters of the movie and start guessing what could happen next that you can actually say you are watching a good suspense thriller movie. The moment the plot appears familiar, predictable and unreal, the movie fails to fulfill its purpose.
There are many weird, incomprehensible, confusing, mysterious movies which cast their eerie ‘what next?’ effect on the viewers even today. Suspense movies have a very hypnotic effect on its viewers if it has been presented properly. Some movies remain immortal in our minds because of their perfect cast, presentation and plot.
Here is a list of top ten suspense movies of all time. Some of them are decades old yet they retain their fame over the years. A few of these movies may be relatively new but have successfully marked a niche among the all time best suspense movies.
1. Psycho (1960)
I am sure most of you may have watched this Alfred Hitchcock movie made in the year 1960 as it was one of his most successful ventures.
The movie is about Marion Crane who has been racing away from her old life to start off all afresh. She is forced to stop at a hotel due to heavy rains. The Hotel is run Norman Bates who stays with his aged mother. The whole movie is about the experience during the stay.
The scenes in the movie are extremely thrilling. The shower scene in Psycho is remembered as one of the most suspenseful scenes till date.
2. Se7en (1995)
Se7en or Seven is an American Thriller released in the year 1995 was directed by David Fincher.
In this movie, David Mills and Somerset are two cops who investigate a series of brutal murders of people based on the seven deadly sins. At the very first murder, audience will know that all the murders will be related to the seven sins namely gluttony, envy, lust, pride, sloth, greed and wrath. But how each murder is going to take place remains suspense all through the movies!
3. Silence of the Lambs (1991)
Silence of the Lambs, released in 1991 was inspired by the novel Silence of the Lambs. The movie was directed by Jonathan Demme and was the proud winner of Top Five Academy Awards.
The movie revolves around an FBI Agent Clarice Sterling, trying to get hold of a Serial Killer known by the name Buffalo Bill and who kills and skins women. She gets help from an already imprisoned serial killer Dr. Lecter.
4. Sixth Sense (1999)
The Sixth Sense which released in 1999 has been directed by M Night Shyamalan. This movie tells the story of a little boy named Cole who has a troubled childhood because of his ability to communicate with spirits.
5. The Usual Suspects (1995)
The Usual Suspects directed by Bryan Singer was released in the year 1995. A murder takes place aboard a ship. A faceless figure Keyser is shown to kill a man. Next day the FBI Agents arrive to investigate and interrogate the survivors in the ship. The movie has successfully retained the suspense about who the actual murderer is till the end.
6. Primal Fear (1996)
The Primal Fear was released in 1996 and it is inspired from the novel by the same name. The movie was directed by Gregory Hoblit.
The defense attorney Martin Vail is posed with the challenge of saving a young boy Aaron Stampler who has been convicted of murdering the Catholic Archbishop. It is a must watch movie for all ardent suspense lovers.
7. Rear Window (1954)
Rear Window is yet another Alfred Hitchcock creation released in 1954. The movie is about how a wheelchair ridden photographer helps to identify and investigate a murder that occurs in the house opposite his window.
8. What lies Beneath? (2000)
This movie was directed by Robert Zemeckis and released in 2000. ‘What lies Beneath?’ falls into both horror and suspense genres. It is the story about a couple Claire Spencer and Dr. Norman Spencer living comfortably in a house till Claire starts feeling that the house is haunted. She starts investigating more about who she is being haunted by and why?
9. Fight Club (1999)
Fight Club is directed by David Fincher and released in 1999. It has been inspired from the novel by the same name. The story is about Tyler Durden and an unnamed protagonist who start a Fight Club to help people vent out their frustrations. It later turns out to be something very disastrous.
10. The Others (2001)
The Others directed by Alejandro Amenabar, released in 2001 can be categorized as both horror and suspense movie. It is the story about a lonely woman who stays in a huge house alone with her two children who are allergic to sun. Very soon the three realize they are not alone in the house.
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All Time Best Love Movies
It is always difficult to list out 10 best love movies. It is often so because some movies make an eternal imprint upon our minds and it becomes difficult for us to give chance to newer entrants. Most of these romantic movies and the characters in them become a part of our lives. I cannot assure that these are the 10 best all time Romantic movies the world has witnessed. But each of these movies has aroused many unspoken emotions. They have plucked the chords within and have coaxed me to loyally watch them with the same fondness even after years!
1. Gone with the Wind
This 10 time Academy award winner starring Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh continues to be a romantic favorite the world over. Even after seventy years, people continue to identify with the romance of Southern belle, Scarlet O’Hara and the vice Rhett Butler during the Civil War.
I am sure most of you might have not forgotten this movie starring Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart. The movie is a medley of love, lust and heroism. Casablanca movie reminds us of the choices a woman had to make when desire and morality came face to face. In the film Bogart left his love for the sake of his marriage and this till date is among the best farewell scenes ever.
3. My Fair Lady
I wonder how many of you would appreciate this romantic comedy. The conversations between Professor Higgins (Rex Harrison) and the flower seller Eliza Doolittle (Audrey Hepburn) are humorous, witty and yet intellectual. A tear would sure kiss your eye when Eliza dumps Professor Higgins.
The 1997 fictional romantic tale starring Leonardo Di Caprio and Kate Winslet is a recreation of an incident which is supposed to have happened in 1912. The movie not only entertained everyone with its music and photography, it literally made the audience cry when the hero died.
5. Romeo and Juliet
This Shakespearean tale about family feud and a tragic love story has been filmed many times. The one that remains immortal in the mind is the one starring Leonard Whiting and Olivia Hussey and released in 1968. Even after 400 years, Romeo and Juliet remains the most loved Love Story.
6. Wuthering Heights
The Wuthering Heights starring Merle Oberon and Sir Lawrence Olivier is truly the story of undying love. The movie also very well portrays the painful emotions of a burdened heart. Heathcliff, the stern romantic moor and the lead of this movie has played a very good role creating an undying impact.
7. An Officer and a Gentleman
This romantic movie starring Debra Winger and Richard Gere explores the true ups and downs of any relation. It is about an individual who realizes his inner strength after he enters an office. He woos a young factory worker but realizes it only later. The movie ends with his happy realization and their union.
8. The Notebook
This is yet another recent movie in the list of memorable romantic movies. It captivates inspite of using age-old love related bonding, separation, betrayal and such formulae. Ryan Gosling and Rachel Mac Adams have played their roles well.
9. Ever After
Ever After is a modern Cinderella tale with some new twists in it. Drew Barrymore plays an angelic Cinderella while Anjelica Houston plays the evil step-mother.
10. Love Story
This romantic movie showcases the sacrifices of two lovebirds. The role is heart touchingly portrayed by Ali Mc Graw and Ryan O’Neal.
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