★★★★☆ USA / UK. 1h50m. Thriller. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Written by Whitfield Cook, Ranald MacDougall (screenplay) and Alma Reville, James Bridie (story) and Selwyn Jepson (“Man Running”). Cinematography by Wilkie Cooper. Edited by Edward B. Jarvis. Music by Leighton Lucas. Starring Jane Wyman, Marlene Dietrich, Michael Wilding, Richard Todd, Alastair Sim, Sybil Thorndike, Kay Walsh, Miles Malleson, Hector MacGregor, Joyce Grenfell, Pat Hitchcock.

An aspiring actress is thrown together with the fellow actor she is in love with when he falls under suspicion of murder.

★★★★★ USA. 1h51m. Mystery / Thriller. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Written by Angus MacPhail, Ben Hecht (screenplay) and Hilary Saint George Saunders, Francis Beeding (“The House Of Dr. Edwardes”). Cinematography by George Barnes. Edited by Hal C. Kern. Music by Miklós Rózsa. Starring Gregory Peck, Ingrid Bergman, Michael Chekhov, Leo G. Carroll, Rhonda Fleming, John Emery, Norman Lloyd, Bill Goodwin.

The story of the new head of a mental asylum who turns out not to be what he claims. Features a dream sequence by Salvador Dalí.

★★★★☆ USA. 1h39m. Thriller. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Written by Samson Raphaelson, Joan Harrison, Alma Reville (screenplay) and Francis Iles (“Before The Fact”). Cinematography by Harry Stradling Sr. Edited by William Hamilton. Music by Franz Waxman. Starring Joan Fontaine, Cary Grant, Nigel Bruce, Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Dame May Whitty, Isabel Jeans, Heather Angel.

A shy spinster runs off with a charming playboy, who turns out to be penniless, a gambler, and dishonest in the extreme. She comes to suspect that he is also a murderer.

★★★★★ USA / France. 2h26m. Mystery / Thriller. Directed by David Lynch. Written by David Lynch. Cinematography by Peter Deming. Edited by Mary Sweeney. Music by Angelo Badalamenti. Starring Naomi Watts, Laura Elena Harring, Justin Theroux, Ann Miller, Mark Pellegrino, Robert Forster, Brent Briscoe, Dan Hedaya, Angelo Badalamenti, Monty Montgomery, Lee Grant, James Karen, Chad Everett, Richard Green, Rebekah Del Rio.

The story of an aspiring actress named Betty Elms (Watts), newly arrived in Los Angeles, who meets and befriends an amnesiac woman (Harring) recovering from a car accident. The story follows several other vignettes and characters, including a Hollywood film director (Theroux). Mulholland Drive is widely regarded as one of Lynch’s finest works.

★★★★★ USA. 1h58m. Thriller / Drama. Directed by Jonathan Demme. Written by Ted Tally (screenplay) and Thomas Harris (“The Silence Of The Lambs”). Cinematography by Tak Fujimoto. Edited by Craig McKay. Music by Howard Shore. Starring Jodie Foster, Anthony Hopkins, Scott Glenn, Ted Levine, Anthony Heald, Brooke Smith, Diane Baker, Kasi Lemmons, Frankie Faison, Tracey Walter, Charles Napier, Roger Corman, Chris Isaak.

An FBI agent enlists the help of a convicted serial killer to catch a serial killer who is still on the loose. Academy award winner for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress, and Best Adapted Screenplay.

★★★★☆ USA. 1h49m. Thriller. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Written by Peter Viertel, Joan Harrison, Dorothy Parker. Cinematography by Joseph A. Valentine. Edited by Otto Ludwig. Music by Frank Skinner. Starring Robert Cummings, Priscilla Lane, Otto Kruger, Alan Baxter, Clem Bevans, Norman Lloyd, Alma Kruger.

Aircraft factory worker Barry Kane is accused of starting a fire at the Stewart Aircraft Works in Glendale, California — an act of sabotage that killed his friend Mason. Kane believes the real culprit is a man named Fry who, during their efforts to put out the fire, handed him a fire extinguisher filled with gasoline, which he passed on to Mason. When the investigators find no one named “Fry” on the list of plant workers, they assume Kane is the culprit.

★★★★★ USA / UK / China. 2h41m. Thriller / Comedy. Directed by Quentin Tarantino. Written by Quentin Tarantino. Cinematography by Robert Richardson. Edited by Fred Raskin. Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Emile Hirsch, Margaret Qualley, Timothy Olyphant, Austin Butler.

Follows a fading character actor and his stunt double as they navigate the rapidly changing film industry, with the looming threat of the Tate-LaBianca Murders hanging overhead. Chosen by the American Film Institute and the National Board of Review as one of the top ten films of the year. Received 10 nominations at the 92nd Academy Awards, including Best Picture, and won Best Supporting Actor (Pitt) and Best Production Design.

★★★☆☆ USA. 1h38m. Thriller / Mystery. Directed by Brian De Palma. Written by Paul Schrader (screenplay) and Brian De Palma, Paul Schrader (story). Cinematography by Vilmos Zsigmond. Edited by Paul Hirsch. Music by Bernard Herrmann. Starring Cliff Robertson, Geneviève Bujold, John Lithgow, Stocker Fontelieu.

A New Orleans businessman is haunted by guilt following the death of his wife and daughter during a kidnapping rescue attempt gone wrong. Years after the tragedy, he meets and falls in love with a young woman who is the exact look-alike of his long dead wife.

★★★☆☆ USA. 1h37m. Drama / Thriller. Directed by Carl Schultz. Written by Clifford Green, Ellen Green. Cinematography by Juan Ruiz Anchía. Edited by Caroline Biggerstaff. Music by Jack Nitzsche. Starring Demi Moore, Michael Biehn, Peter Friedman, Jürgen Prochnow, Manny Jacobs, John Taylor.

Abby Quinn, a pregnant woman living in California, begins to have nightmares about the Apocalypse, while the world is increasingly overcome by disasters. Her new lodger holds the answer.

★★★★★ USA. 2h10m. Romance / Thriller. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Written by Robert E. Sherwood, Joan Harrison (screenplay) and Philip MacDonald, Michael Hogan (story) and Daphne du Maurier (“Rebecca”). Cinematography by George Barnes. Edited by W. Donn Hayes. Music by Franz Waxman. Starring Joan Fontaine, Laurence Olivier, Judith Anderson, George Sanders, Reginald Denny, Gladys Cooper, C. Aubrey Smith, Nigel Bruce.

A young woman marries a wealthy man and finds it almost impossible to live up to the reputation of his first wife, now deceased. One of Hitchcock’s most successful, and the only time he won Best Picture.