The Square  is an underrated neo-noir thriller similar to the Coen Brothers movies but with that charming Australian grittiness.
Right up there with Fargo and other great black crime comedies, To Die For is one of the most underrated movies of the nineties.
Giving off strong True Detective vibes, The Last Victim is a highly immersive, intelligent, and thought-provoking neo-noir thriller.
Despite its slower tempo, Once Upon a Time in Anatolia is a captivating experience using a murder investigation to talk about life and death.
If you're looking for an entertaining and clever serial killer thriller, I See You will do the job just fine despite its rocky start.
Featuring a breezy atmosphere, familiar story, and a great cast, Small Town Crime is your standard-issue crime thriller with a noir vibe.
Clay Pigeons is an entertaining and perhaps too breezy crime comedy with bizarre characters, situations, and an awesome cast.
Full of twists and surprises, Cold in July is a slow-burning and very immersive neo-noir thriller with authentic and believable characters.
What would you do if you found an abandoned cop car on the outskirts of the small town where almost nothing happens? I know, me too...
Deep, dark, and brooding, The Living is one of the few good indie movies exploring small-town crime with superb character development.
There's something strangely comforting in these small-town murder mystery movies. And The Dry, based on a novel and starring Eric Bana is no exception.
Telling its story backward, Shimmer Lake is an effective small-town crime thriller about a botched heist with a smart script and a lot of dark humor.
Refreshing and with a beautiful setting, The Girl in the Fog is an Italian who-done-it mystery following a disappearance of a young girl in a small town.
Set in a picturesque and imposing Scotland rural countryside, Calibre is an old-school thriller that puts you in the shoes of two city boys in trouble.
Macabre, entertaining, and bizarre, Drop Dead Sexy is an underrated dark humor comedy following two dumbasses and their dead body blackmail plan.
Blood Simple is an effective noir thriller doubling as a small-town crime movie and featuring all of the trademark Coen Brothers goodies.
What wonderful comedy with distinct British dark humor, now that’s what I’m looking for. In a line of Death At...
Twisting and turning into a nihilistic neo-noir orgy of bizarre situations, schemes, and dark humor, Red Rock West is a fucking masterpiece.
Hilarious, fast-paced, and outlandishly entertaining, Hot Fuzz is an homage to American buddy cop action comedies set in a quiet British town.
Featuring stunning cinematography, Insomnia is a character-driven thriller about a serial killer and sleep-deprived detective set in snowy Alaska.