3º – Nightwatch (Ole Bornedal, 1997)Surrounded by a frightening reality in his new work in a morgue, a man begins to investigate new murders that are leaving the place permeated by bodies. However, as his little investigation unfolds, the man will realize that all the evidence points exactly to him. So interesting when his synopsis, ‘Nightwatch’ is a suspense that possesses all of the most classic elements of the genre, bringing the viewer a tense and irresistible experience.
2º – Timecrimes (Nacho Vigalondo, 2007)After accidentally entering a time machine, a man finds himself in an endless tangle of bizarre situations. Scary in its content, the film is dynamic, knowing how to translate all the complexity of its plot into fast and unpretentious scenes. One of the best movies about time travel ever made.
1º – Parents (Bob Balaban, 1989)With the 1950s as a backdrop, the plot brings the daily life of an ordinary family, composed of the couple and a child in the final stages of childhood, inserted in a quiet suburban reality of the United States. The film gains its dynamism when the strange habits of their parents begin to make the boy paranoid, making him doubt the real identity of the two. Incredible in all its aspects, this film, little known and appreciated, is a delight to the cinephile looking for something different in the seventh art. A film that walks among the genres of comedy, suspense and terror in a unique way, working to fascinate each scene transposed. Still worth mentioning are the great performances by Randy Quaid and Mary Beth Hurt in front of the protagonists.