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List Of 2011 Thriller Films

Lots of thrilling entries from 2011 in this list. We'd recommend the highly stylised Ryan Gosling thriller - 'Drive'. It can be a bit brutal at times but what a journey!

'HELLO WISCONSIN!': That 70s Show Alumni

Isn't it ironic that a bunch of kids who grew up in the 2000s are nostalgic for a show about a bunch of kids growing up in the '70s? Not really. 'That '70s' and 'Malcolm in the Middle' basically raised us.

'Holy Shit, There's 23 Movies on Here!': Visions of Blurred Reality

The protagonists on this list relationship to reality must be described as 'it's complicated'; watch as madness seeps through the cracks, aided by frankly ineffective asylums, lack of sleep, and drugs.

'Movies Like Enemy': Meet Your Doppleganger Movies

Movies in the vein of 'Vertigo': thrillers centering around people discovering their exact doubles. Make sure to check out Jesse Eisenberg in the aptly name 'The Double', for a more recent take on a familiar theme. In the words of Connor MacLeod, 'There can be only one!'.

Topher Grace Movies

A compilation of Topher Grace's leading roles from comedic to dramatic, and everything in-between. Make sure to check out excellent 2015 drama 'Truth' for yet another reason to hate George W. Bush!

'Movies like American Psycho': Surreal Corporate Nightmares

Ever felt like your workplace has Franz Kafka as its head manager? Then these movies exploring the absurd side of the modern corporate world are up your street. Includes Terry Gilliam classic 'Brazil', as well as underwatched Zach Galifianakis flick 'Visioneers'.

'Movies Like Black Swan': Lynchian Horrorshows

In a pinch because you've seen everything by David Lynch? These disturbing films take their artistic direction from Lynch, without any official association.

New Dark British Comedy

If you like your comedy darker than a pint of bitter served in a traditional pub, then check out this collection of pitch black British humor from recent years. Includes 'In the Loop', a superb political satire, and most recently Simon Pegg's 'Kill Me Three Times'!

'As a Moonless Night': Modern Black Comedy

For those who like it good and pitchy, check out this collection of the best black comedies this millennium has to offer, including 'Birdman', 'Bernie', and murder-spree caper 'God Bless America'. It may not help your cynicism, but it will help pass your lonely, bitter evenings!

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