1. 'PsychoClick to look into! >> Read More...' | Director: Alfred Hitchcock | 1960
The story deals with a woman who steals $40,000 and runs away from the city. On her way, she drops by at a motel where the owner gets dominated by his sick mother. Well, does the mother really exist?
2. 'Vertigo' | Director: Alfred Hitchcock | 1958
A detective from San Francisco while on his investigation develops an uncanny obsession with his best friend’s wife. What happens next is a mystery and a suspense.
4. Strangers On A Train | Director: Alfred Hitchcock | 1951
The entire film is shot majorly in a train where a psychotic, insane man introduces himself to a pro tennis star and tells him how two strangers can get away with a murder—a theory that he is planning to implement.
5. 'Saw' | Director: | 2004
The story opens with two strangers in a room where both of them have been tied to a rope with no recollection of their past. Sooner or later they realize it as being part of a game governed by a serial killer where life or death is the only two options available.
7. The Silence Of The Lambs | Director: Jonathan Demme | 1991
An FBI agent seeks help from a psychopathic serial killer and psychiatrist to find another serial killer who has been claiming female victims.
9. The Machinist | Director: Brad Anderson | 2004
A very disturbing film directed by Brad Anderson. It deals with an industrial worker who hasn’t slept for more than a year. This sleeplessness makes him doubt his sanity and existence.
10. The Shining | Director: Stanley Kubrick | 1980
The story begins in a hotel where the protagonist along with his family shifts for the sake of its security during winters where no visitors can meet them. The hotel itself turns out to be a haunted one, plaguing the family at every step.