By George Bate & Josh Reilly B.
Prime Video is home to a slew of mainstream movies, but there are also some hidden gems in their catalog as well. Here are 10 thrillers now streaming on Prime Video that you’ve never heard of before.
Man From Reno
A Japanese crime novelist and a local sheriff investigate a real murder mystery.
When a group of friends decides to follow a car they’ve seen posted on an Amber Alert, things start to go very wrong.
While on vacation in rural Wisconsin, five friends seek refuge in a lone building after their vehicle crashes in a vicious snowstorm. With no cell service, the group splits up to find help but when they reunite, one of them is found dead.
A psychological thriller that follows seven friends coming together for a weekend getaway after several years of little to no contact. They’ve grown apart. They’ve moved on with their lives. But the secrets of their past have come back to haunt them. This time with a very real threat ready to expose every last one.
Nick of Time
Gene Watson (Johnny Depp) arrives at an L.A. train station with his young daughter, Lynn (Courtney Chase), and is confronted by mysterious Mr. Smith (Christopher Walken) and Ms. Jones (Roma Maffia). They hand him a gun, order him to kill the state governor within 75 minutes and threaten to murder his child if he doesn’t comply. Smith accompanies Watson to a hotel where the governor is to speak, while Jones holds the girl. As Watson considers his options, the hour to act draws ever nearer.
Tenants living in Montreal’s Notre Dame de Grace try to figure out who might be a serial killer.
Nine Wall Street partygoers become stranded in an elevator, and one of them has a bomb. The other eight people will do anything it takes to survive, while their civility and morality disintegrate.
Innocent curiosity turns into full-blown obsession when a young Montreal couple (Euphoria‘s Sydney Sweeney, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom‘s Justice Smith) spy on their eccentric neighbors (Ahsoka‘s Natasha Liu Bordizzo, Bohemian Rhapsody‘s Ben Hardy) across the street.
A father and daughter are on their way to dance camp when they spot the girl’s best friend on the side of the road; when they stop to offer the friend a ride, their good intentions soon result in terrible consequences.
A journalist and podcaster travels from New York City to Texas to investigate the death of a woman whom he hooked up with in B.J. Novak’s directorial debut.