What To Expect From The Most Anticipated Thriller Movies Of 2019

Priyansh Ha |Mar 14, 2019

Hold your heart tight as 2019 is going to be a thrilling year!


If you’re a fan of thriller movies, 2019 is going to be your year. So many thrilling thriller will hit the theatres in the rest of the year. Brace yourself for the most anticipated thrillers and scroll down for the list.

1. Serenity

Starring Anne Hathaway and Matthew McConaughy in the lead roles, Serenity is a story of a woman who convinces her ex-husband to save her and her son from her new, abusive husband by killing him. Of course, the story isn’t as simple as it seems. The slow-burning, creepy movie will make you question on your own eyes.

2. Velvet Buzzsaw

This is a dark comedy about the world of art with the mysterious death of an unknown artist whose paintings are sold in anti-capitalist bidding. It was a fierce battle between the art profiteers and a supernatural force.

3. Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile

Released: Official release in the fall

Zac Efron, in the role of Ted Bundy, a handsome normal guy in the view of other people, turns out to be a psychotic serial killer. This lead to a circus in his trial.

4. Pet Sematary

Released: April 5

Based on the same name novel of Stephen King, Pet Sematary is a story about a dead cat of the family which was buried in the cemetery but then comes back in a different appearance. Not really sure if it’s more horror than thrilling. Anyway, it’s not anything bigger than a cat.


5. Motherless Brooklyn

Released: July 3

Ed Norton’s movie is about a spy who has Tourette’s Syndrome. Set back to the 1950s in New York, the movie is promising to be a fun and nostalgia thriller.


6. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Released: July 26

This is a reliable movie which features many Hollywood A-listers like Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Al Pacino, and more. Taking us back to the Manson Murders, the Quentin Tarantino’s film shows us the glory and glamorous Los Angeles in the 1960s.


7. The Woman in the Window

Released: October 4

A gender-swapped thriller from Amy Adams takes on the iconic Rear Window of Hitchcock. This version is about a woman suffering from agoraphobia and have to borrow a life from her neighbours.


8. The Rhythm Section

Released: November 22

Based on the same name novel of Mark Burnell, Reed Morano’s film tell the story of a woman who re-identify herself to find out the truth behind the plane crash accident which kills her whole family.


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