Monday, 24 January 2011

Best thriller inspirations

What makes a good thriller is a twist in the story, a romantic involvement with the villain, unpredictable appearances. A good thriller has to make the audience feel emotionally connected with the characters; the director holds you in place waiting for something frightening to happen. This anticipation is usually much more frightening than the actual event, however, in 'The Orphanage' the suspense is drawn out to the point that you start to cringe and pray that whatever is going to happen will please happen soon. Other thriller movies which are quite inspirational are:


-Se7en: two detectives, a rookie and a veteran, hunt a serial killer who uses the 
seven deadly sins as his modus operandi. 

Director: 

David Fincher
Production Companies:
  • Cecchi Gori Pictures 
  •  New Line Cinema
One of the distributors:
New Line Cinema (1995) (USA) (theatrical)



   Budget: $33,000,000








-What lies beneath: the wife of a university research scientist believes that her lakeside Vermont home is haunted by a ghost -- or that she's losing her mind.
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Production Companies:
  • DreamWorks SKG (as DreamWorks Pictures) (presents)
  • Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation (as Twentieth Century Fox) (presents)
  • ImageMovers
One of the distributors: DreamWorks Distribution (2000) (USA) (theatrical)

Budget: $90,000,000 




-Stepfather: Michael returns home from military school to find his mother happily in love and living with her new boyfriend. As the two men get to know each other, he becomes more and more suspicious of the man who is always there with a helpful hand  

Director: 

Nelson McCormick

 Production Companies

  • Screen Gems (presents) 
  • Maverick Films 
  • Imprint Entertainment 
  • Granada Entertainment (as Granada)

Distributors: Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) (2009-) (worldwide) (all media)

  Budget: $20 million



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