7 Thriller Movies Like Brazen You Must See (2022)

7 Thriller Movies Like Brazen You Must See (2022) – ‘Brazen,’ Monika Mitchell’s romantic horror-thriller, is riddled with riddles – double identities and serial murders abound. The plot follows famed author Grace, whose disastrous trip to her estranged sister’s house coincides with the sister’s death, and is based on Nora Roberts’ novel ‘Brazen Virtue.’ Grace must now reveal the killer’s identity with the help of charming detective Ed Jennings and some intuitive thinking. If you enjoyed the last installment, we have a few choices for you. The majority of these movies related to ‘Brazen’ may be found on Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime.

 The Pledge (2001)

‘The Pledge,’ directed by Sean Penn, is a neo-noir thriller featuring gritty characters and a moody and foreboding atmosphere. Jerry Black (Jack Nicholson), an experienced homicide detective, is about to retire. The death of a young girl, however, upsets the sleepy community’s peace, and Jerry sets out to refine his abilities one last time to identify the perpetrator. In the cast ensemble, Benicio Del Toro, Robin Wright, and Mickey Rourke join Nicholson, and the noir mood aims to express sadness. If you’re looking for another old-school thriller with twists and turns after ‘Brazen,’ this is the film to watch.

 Notes on a Scandal (2006)

The psychological thriller film ‘Notes on a Scandal,’ directed by Richard Eyre, keeps audiences on the edge of their seats with the appeal of its fascinating history. Barbara Covett, a high school history teacher, develops affections for the mysterious arts instructor Sheba Hart. While chasing Sheba, Barbara learns of Sheba’s scandalous secret. She makes a point of noting it, quite literally. Judi Dench gives an excellent performance, but Cate Blanchett’s mysterious cougar teacher is the true driving force of the film. If you’re seeking for another scandalous popcorn-killer after ‘Brazen,’ this film will keep you entertained.

 Memories of Murder (2003)

The cop thriller ‘Memories of Murder,’ directed by Korean maestro Bong Joon-Ho and based on South Korea’s first serial killing case, is distinguished by a growing tension and storytelling mastery. At the same time, the story contains enough dark humor to both captivate and irritate the viewer. Two diametrically opposed detectives – one from the countryside and one from the city – join forces to bring the heinous criminal to justice. Their mission is derailed by failed attempts and missed opportunities. If you’re looking for another oddball thriller to watch after ‘Brazen,’ this could be the one.

 Frenzy (1972)

The serial killer thriller ‘Frenzy’ is widely regarded as Alfred Hitchcock’s final masterpiece. It is also one of his most visceral works. The plot revolves around a mysterious serial murderer who preys on Londoners, primarily ladies. On the other hand, the police sweep the city in pursuit of the heinous murderer. As the Hays code was repealed, censor limitations were lifted, giving Hitchcock greater leeway to experiment and even incorporate minimal nudity into the mix. If you’re searching for a classic serial killer mystery in the manner of ‘Brazen,’ this is a must-see.

 Cam (2018)

If you’re looking for another twisted tale of mirrored identities, Daniel Goldhaber’s spine-chilling psychological horror movie ‘Cam’ may satisfy your taste. Alice makes ends meet as cam-girl Lola, and she is destined for greatness. However, the plot twists when Alice discovers that someone is wearing her clothes and using her login. She appears to be identical to Alice as well. The film, which stars Madeline Brewer as the lead role and is set among neon lights, contains enough twisting intrigue to entice you. If you’re looking for cam-girls who are fans of ‘Brazen,’ this is the place to go.

 Monster (2003)

Serial killer movies frequently feature male murderers on the prowl for damsels in distress. Turn the tables and cast Charlize Theron in an unrecognizable character, and you’re likely to come across Patty Jenkins’ immensely saddening and terrifying feature debut thriller ‘Monster.’

Aileen Wuornos is the subject of the story. She relocates to Florida and falls in love with the mysterious and young Selby Wall. As their romance deepens, the tale veers off the cliff with many desperate killings. For her committed and embodied portrayal, Theron also won an Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role. If you’re searching for an unconventional serial killer film to follow up on ‘Brazen,’ this genre venture will keep you awake at night.

 Mulholland Drive (2001)

Create a whodunit scenario that starts from the beginning and double the double identities. Even so, only a few films can match David Lynch’s breakthrough psychological thriller ‘Mulholland Drive.’ Betty is the protagonist of the novel, who encounters amnesiac Rita after an accident. Rita’s crazy present spins out of control as she struggles to remember the past. Everything is in the box. As Betty/Diane Selwyn, Naomi Watts gives a career-defining performance. ‘Brazen’ also hides a story about dual identities, and if you want to stretch your mind even further, this iconic 2001 picture is your best chance.