7 Shocking Netflix Movies

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Black Mirror: Bandersnatch (2018)

Following the dark outlook on modern technological society from its parent show Black Mirror, this 'interactive movie' is the ultimate watch as the viewers themselves choose the narrative of the stories, unfurling various harrowing twists as they explore storylines.

Inception (2010)

A quintessential Nolan flick with so many twists it feels like a bottle cap. The final twist has divided the fans who try to decipher what Nolan really wanted to convey. Was it even a twist?

Eli (2019)

A young child has an auto-immune disease due to which he has to travel in a bubbled-up environment, the cure to which the parents are desperately in search for. The final twist is so jarring that it's difficult to establish if it was actually good, but it's shocking for sure.

What Happened to Monday? (2017)

In an overpopulated world where families are restricted to one child, a set of septuplets live a hide-and-seek life and try to find their sister. The ending twist reveals the answer of the title.

Deadly Illusions (2021)

A recent hit from Netflix, Deadly Illusions is the story of a writer and her nanny who may not be who she seems to be. As the writer's world merges with the actual world, there are unimaginable twists, but none like the confusing, final twist.

Shutter Island (2010)

Martin Scorsese brilliantly sets up a story of a missing patient at an asylum on a stranded island, but the final plot twist is so disturbingly sweet. Nothing was as it seemed after all.

Fractured (2019)

Ray and Joanne rush their daughter to the hospital after a fracture, but when his daughter and wife go missing, he goes on a search for them. The final revelation shockingly gets the audience in the loop of what's really going on.

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