The reality is that like any subgenre there is a certain level of malleability in erotic thrillers that makes for a deep bench of diverse films.
Matty is easily one of the silver screen's best femme fatales, second only to Barbara Stanwyck's Phyllis Dietrichson in "Double Indemnity.
A rare case of a , Douglas shows just how far a desperate man will go to claim ownership of his wife.
Pull up this classic and find out! However, Ned soon discovers Matty isn't who she seems to be.
Let's dig in, shall we? Im adding some movies like Malice, Dead Calm, No Way Out.
Lane's character, Connie, bumps into Paul, a French bookseller, and begins a fervent and almost obsessed affair with him.
The film is far less interested in the serial killer who is preying on women than it is about the psychology of Ryan's Frannie, who falls for Ruffalo's Detective Malloy even as she suspects him of being the killer.
Speaking of dumb fun, here's a film that is so 1998 it could never be made nowadays.