Thrillers are perhaps the most loved movie genre out of all. But why do so many of us like thriller and suspense films? First of all, they’re also accessible to a large audience as they all differ in style, giving each and everyone the opportunity to find the right match. They also have interesting concepts, a thick plot that only gets denser by the minute, troubled characters who can’t seem to get a handle on their lives, and a crime, most often, to join them all. From suspense-striking runs and jumps for the heart, to disturbing or complex revelations to the brain, they dive into our body’s visual perceptions and explode into a million pieces of excitement and thrill.
With the advent of online streaming services, like Netflix and Hulu, movie lovers can now watch almost every movie from the comforts of their home. With a vast collection of thriller movies, Hulu stands above the rest. So, take that popcorn and get ready to spend two hours on the edge of your seats. Here’s the list of some really good thriller movies on Hulu that are our recommendations for you and your friends.
11. Borgman (2013)
‘Borgman’ is a Dutch film. I watched it last year. The experience was kinda strange both during and after the film. It is such a film which you will keep pondering about for some time after watching. The film at times is quite sadistic but it doesn’t go off track. It keeps on providing you with the same experience. The performance of the cast is top notch. Jan Bijvoet really embodies the character of Camiel Borgman. Camiel Borgman is seen dwelling in an underground place from where he is being chased out by a priest and a couple of other people. He escapes and lands in a highway where he goes door to door asking people to let him bathe. After one family takes him in all hell breaks loose. The family starts to slowly disintegrate as metal and emotional breakdowns start happening. The best part is that Borgman does nothing. It is the family members themselves who destroy each other.
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10. mother! (2017)