10 Mysteries With Twists That Make You Say “Wait, What?”

Did you ever feel that itch to challenge yourself for a mental adventure that messes up with your head a bit? This list of mysterious mind-benders isn't just about giving you a good head-scratching but also about diving deep into the jungles of strange questions that you'll start questioning yourself about what's real and what's illusion. From odd happenings to mind-boggling mysteries, these twists will have you saying, “Wait, what?”.

1. Kill list (2011)

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Kill List is a 2011 British psychological horror film directed by Ben Wheatley, written and edited with Amy Jump, and starring Neil Maskell, My Anna Buring, and Michael Smiley. In the movie, a British soldier joins an old friend in working as a contract killer. His disturbed past surfaces as he spins out of control during jobs and ominous employers raise the stakes. A netizen wrote that this was the first time he had watched a movie like this. This movie was beyond his imagination, and he couldn't rank any other film on a much higher level.

2. Possessor (2020)

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Possessor is a 2020 science fiction psychological horror film written and directed by Brandon Cronenberg. It stars Andrea Riseborough and Christopher Abbott. Andrea portrays an assassin who performs her assignments by possessing the bodies of other individuals but finds herself fighting to control the body of her current host, Abbott. This film might reveal different points in every watch. Viewers have stated that the movie is full of plot twists.

3. Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

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This is an Australian mystery film directed by Peter Weir, starring Anne-Louise Lambert and the well-known Rachel Roberts. The plot of Picnic at Hanging Rock involves the disappearance of several schoolgirls and their teacher during a picnic at Hanging Rock. A commenter narrated that he had seen it so many times but always found something new in it.

4. The Platform (2019)

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The Platform is a Spanish social science fiction horror film directed by Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia. The film is set in a large, tower-style “Vertical Self-Management Center”. Its residents, who are switched every month between its many floors, are fed via a platform which, initially filled with food at the top floor, gradually descends through the tower's levels, stopping for a fixed amount of time on each. The system inevitably leads to conflict, as the residents at the top levels get to eat as much as they can, with each level only getting the leftovers from the previous ones. A user confirmed that this film is also streaming on Netflix. So it's easy to find, and you can enjoy it easily.

5. The Guilty (2018)

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The Guilty is a Danish drama crime thriller about an emergency dispatcher and former police officer, Asger Holm, who answers an emergency call from a kidnapped woman. When the call is suddenly disconnected, the search for the woman and her kidnapper begins. It is confirmed that this film is also streaming on Netflix.

6. Videodrome (1983)

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Videodrome is a Canadian science fiction body horror film written and directed by David Cronenberg and starring James Woods, Sonja Smits, and Debbie Harry. An enthusiast stated that as a viewer, you're not just watching; you're immersed in the techno-nightmare. This film revolves around the twists and turns that make you question perception itself. It's like a wild roller coaster for your brain, leaving you both fascinated and slightly unnerved. Frankly speaking, the movie will leave you with a lot of questions, so if you get irritated with these types of endings, then this film is not for you, buddy.

7. Primer (2004)

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This movie is a 2004 American independent psychological science fiction film about the accidental discovery of time travel. The film was written and directed by Shane Carruth. A user stated Primer is of note for its extremely low budget, experimental plot structure, philosophical implications, and complex technical dialogue film. Although it's a low-budget film, it is still eye-catching and interesting.

8. Triangle (2009)

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Triangle is a 2009 psychological horror film written and directed by Christopher Smith and starring Melissa George and Michael Dorman. A viewer narrates that George portrays a single mother who goes on a boating trip with several friends. When they are forced to abandon their ship, they board a derelict ocean liner, where they become convinced that someone is stalking them.

9. Men (2022)

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Men is a 2022 British folk horror film written and directed by Alex Garland. It stars Jessie Buckley as a widowed woman who travels on holiday to a countryside village but becomes disturbed and tormented by the strange men in the village. Netizens declare that this is one of the underrated movies that are worth watching. You should give this movie a try, as it contains plot twists and will leave you with chills.

10. Unhinged (2020)

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Unhinged is an American action thriller film directed by Derrick Borte. The film stars Russell Crowe, Caren Pistorius, Gabriel Bateman, Jimmi Simpson, and Austin P. McKenzie. It tells the story of a young woman who is terrorized by a seemingly mentally ill stranger following a road rage incident. A user believes that this film got a lot of popularity as it was released during the Covid-19 pandemic.

15 Women From the 90's Everyone Loved

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In the 1990s, actresses like Jennifer Aniston, Demi Moore and Julia Roberts were some of the most popular women in the world. They starred in blockbuster films, graced the covers of magazines, and had legions of fans. While their careers have changed over the years, these women remain iconic figures from the 1990s. Here is a look at 15 women from the 90s that everyone had a crush on.

“No More Woke Garbage” 10 Iconic Black and White Movies That Are Actually Good

Black and white movies may not be as popular as modern-day movies, but they are classics. Every connoisseur of cinema should watch them at least once. Recently, in a platform discussion, people have shared black and white movies that are a must-watch for any film enthusiast.

10 Movies/TV Shows That Ruined the Entire Franchise

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Franchise owners and filmmakers work tirelessly to produce hit movies and television shows that keep fans engaged and coming back for more. But sometimes, a single misstep can cause a franchise to crash and burn. On a popular online forum, users discussed the movies and television episodes that killed franchises. Here are the top ten responses:

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“That Movie Is Destined To Suck” 10 Cringe Actors Who Instantly Ruin Movies

Actors and actresses can make or break a movie with their performances. While some are beloved by audiences and critics alike, others are criticized for their lackluster acting skills and ability to ruin an otherwise good film. Recently, in a discussion on a platform, people have shared actors and actresses who can instantly ruin movies with their performances.

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