Netflix Latest Suspense Thrillers On Netflix, Highest Rated Production Company, Which App Should I Have In My Mobile: Netflix Or Amazon Prime? The Best Show On Netflix

The best way to entertain yourself in this Lockdown is to literally Netflix and chill. And what another genre than Suspense thriller to make the deal worth it. While the world is caught in such a thrill mode, it’s better we unveil the unrealistic realm of possibilities with Netflix.SO here is the list of latest thrillers for your lockdown mood:

  • The Killing of a Sacred Deer starring Colin Farrell and Nicole Kidman as a married couple whose family starts falling apart after inviting an orphaned boy into their home.
  • Gerald’s Game: It’s the story of a woman whose husband dies suddenly of a heart attack, but she’s left handcuffed to the bed and must find a way to survive.
  • Under the Shadow (2016): A mother and daughter are haunted by a mysterious evil in the 1980s Tehran, during the War of the Cities.
  • Drive (2011): Ryan Gosling’s character befriends his neighbor and her young son, then agrees to help her husband with a million-dollar heist when he gets out of prison. When it goes horribly wrong, he must protect the mother and son.
  • Cam: Madeline Brewer plays an ambitious camgirl who discovers that she’s somehow been replicated in various videos that have been uploaded to her own website in this Internet-inspired horror thriller and Netflix original.
  • I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House: Lily (Ruth Wilson) is a live-in nurse who moves into the remote New England mansion owned by her patient, an elderly horror novelist who suffers from dementia. Soon Lily starts to question if the unsettling things that are taking place in this house came straight from one of her patient’s books. And many more at Netflix.

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Both the platforms have plenty of shows, but my personal favorite is Ofcourse Netflix, Netflix has been into the game for so long that it is hard to imagine chilling without it XD. Jokes being apart, amazon prime is lately a tough competition for Netflix. So if you are also in the loop between choosing either of the two, well, this post is for you.


The Netflix plans start from the basic Rs. 500 plan going up to Standard and Premium Subscriptions with higher pricing, though Netflix launched a new plan for the mobile streaming for just rupees 199.

On the other hand, Amazon is offering a one-year subscription for just Rs. 499 as a part of their introductory plan. However, there will be some paid content that you need to either rent or buy.

App Interface

The app interface of both the streaming platform is good, but Netflix looks more processed than the Amazon Prime. Also, sailing through Amazon Prime’s content seems somewhat complicated as opposed to that of Netflix. You have to type out the entire thing to search for a particular show or a movie. Netflix, on the other hand, is quite user-friendly by showing instant real-time search results based on whatever is being typed.

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  • The Big Bang Theory (2007 – 2019): lives of two physicists, their aspiring actress neighbor, and their fellow geek friends: an aerospace engineer, and an astrophysicist.
  • Big Mouth (2017 – Present): A bunch of average schoolers travels the wonders and horrors of puberty in this adult animated comedy.
  • Black Mirror (2011 – Present): explores the unanticipated consequences of new technologies, often in dark and ironic ways.
  • BoJack Horseman (2014 – 2020): Set in a realm where humans and anthropomorphic animals live near each other. A washed-up sitcom star plans a comeback to fame with help from a ghostwriter, his ex-girlfriend who’s also his agent, and his freeloading roommate, while dealing with his rival who’s dating the ghostwriter.
  • Breaking Bad (2008 – 2013): Diagnosed with lung cancer, a struggling high school chemistry teacher chooses the job of making and selling meth to secure his family’s financial future.
  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2013 – Present): The lives of a group of detectives in a fictional New York precinct.




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