Updated On: February 02, 2023 by   PTdev   PTdev  

Smile: The Beast Within
Rated at 6.9 by IMDB and 79% by Rotten Tomatoes, Smile comes as one of the top-rated movies of the season and is classified as a psychological horror that is rich in jump scares.
Dr. Rose Cotter begins having terrible experiences that she cannot explain after seeing a strange, horrific incident involving a patient. In order to live and escape her terrifying new environment, Rose must face her problematic history.
When a recently admitted patient unexpectedly displays an ear-to-ear smile before carving a cut across her neck, Rose initially brushes off her first unsettling contact with the mysterious entity. It is clear that she has used this technique to cope with trauma ever since she was a young child and saw her mother die from an overdose.
The movie develops as this unknown entity travels from one person to another.

Piggy: Bullying Gone Worse than Expected
Piggy is a complicated moral and psychological drama about bullying effects. While on vacation in her village, a group of cool girls tease an overweight teen near the pool. Her entire life will be altered by the long journey home, especially when the wrong person decides to step in for help.
IMDB: 6.2/10
Rotten Tomatoes: 91%

Only: The End of Women’s Era
A young couple hides out in their excessively sanitised apartment and attempts to fight for their lives after a comet releases a mystery virus that starts to kill all the women in the globe.
The couple’s relationship and sense of sanity start to deteriorate as they are trapped in their excessively sterile apartment. The pair escapes their self-imposed confinement to battle for their lives as Eva’s longing for a normal existence becomes as hazardous as the outside world.
IMDB: 5.1/10
Rotten Tomatoes: 40%

The Watcher: It’s not Only Us
American mystery-thriller miniseries The Watcher was produced by Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan for Netflix. It centres on the true account of a married couple who receives letters from a stalker known as The Watcher after settling into their dream house in Westfield, New Jersey.
IMDB: 6.7/10
Rotten Tomatoes: 11%

Anchor: “I am going to be killed by someone. Please cover the story of my death.”
Se Ra, the anchor of the broadcasting station, receives a call five minutes before a live broadcast from someone claiming she will be killed. Se Ra attempts to dismiss it as a hoax call but is uneasy. It’s an opportunity for her to become a true anchor as her mother tells her. Se Ra goes to the informant’s home to discover the informant’s and her daughter’s bodies. After that day, Se Ra is gradually confronted by an image of the deceased Mi So. She runs across Mi So’s therapist, In Ho, at the scene of the event. Se Ra’s doubts about him grow as well.
See the stunning information that will destabilise the ideal anchor!
IMDB: 5.5/10

Into The Deep: Who to Believe?
A young woman in need of escape meets an intriguing and alluring stranger who offers her a romantic getaway.
Jess is completely taken by surprise by a mystery man named Ben in this gripping action-thriller when he offers to take her to his boat. Far from land and in risk, their romance is cut short when Lexie arrives, and the three quickly become inebriated.
It becomes evident that one of Ben or Lexie is a dangerous liar as the celebration suddenly turns bad. Jess must make a choice regarding which person to aid and who to eliminate.

IMDB: 4.5/10
Rotten Tomatoes: 17%

Quicksand: Unconscious Murder
After a tragedy at her school, Maja, a Stockholm student, finds herself on trial for murder. When fresh information is revealed, more questions and suspicions are raised.
Maja, the main character, tells the story of the show. At the age of 18, Maja is detained for her involvement in a fatal school shooting in a wealthy Stockholm suburb. Her recollections of the events leading up to the shooting and the present day alternately appear in the story.

IMDB: 7.4/10
Rotten Tomatoes (Audience Score): 74%

Warning Don’t Play: A Vicious Movie
A newcomer to the horror film industry, Park Mi-jung aspires to direct her upcoming film when s She learns about a forbidden horror film from eight years ago while preparing for the movie. She embarks on a mission to discover it and track down the film’s director, who appears to have gone mad. She discovers, though, that there might be some truth to his rambling, and she finds herself drawn into the events that led up to the horror movie.
Rotten Tomatoes (Audience Score): 74%

The Visitor: The Doppelganger
After a string of catastrophes, Robert relocates with his wife to the house where she was raised. He embarks on a journey to find out who this enigmatic doppelganger is after finding an antique portrait of a man who resembles him.
IMDB: 4/10
Rotten Tomatoes: 15%

Endless Loop: No Way Out
One trip is the reason the story begins. Seven strangers join the same ride that travels through a seemingly never-ending tunnel.
They seem to be caught in a space from which there is no way out despite the numerous obstacles they face, as well as the strangely appearing corpses, old friends who have come back from the dead, and a lurking menace that threatens to engulf them whole.
IMDB: 5.4/10

The Djinn: Captivating Desire
When a mute youngster makes a wish to get his heart’s biggest desire, he is imprisoned in his apartment with a terrifying monster. He engages in a ceremony that promises to provide him his greatest wish, to have a voice, while grieving for his mother’s passing and feeling alone with everyone else save for his father.
IMDB: 4.8/10
Rotten Tomatoes: 86%

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