4º – Peeping Tom (Michael Powell, 1960)A young psychopath gets pleasure by murdering his victims by always capturing his horrified expressions with a camera. Breaking the barriers in the cinema, ‘Peeping Tom’ is an audacious film that does not spare the viewer at any time, promoting in its final scene one of the most terrifying moments in horror film history.
3º – Manhunter (Michael Mann, 1986)A former FBI agent is sucked back to work to discover the identity of a serial killer that leaves no trace. Based on Thomas Harris’s fantastic book ‘Red Dragon’, ‘Manhunter’ is the first appearance of the iconic character Hannibal Lecktor in the movies. However, the film is much more than the presence of Lecktor. Here we will see a cohesive suspense on all the unevenness of a criminal investigation.
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