80 Films with the biggest Plot Twists that will blow your mind.

1. Fight Club
2. Predestination
3. Seven
4. Requiem for a Dream
5. The Lobster
6. Mother
7. The Truma Show
8. The Matrix
9. The Usual Suspects
10. Prisoners
11. Enemy
12. Dogtooth
13. Black Swan
14. Donnie Darko
15. Shutter Island
16. Being John Malkovich
17. Memento
18. Primer
19. Split
20. Midsommar
21. Get Out
22. Incendies
23. Annihilation
24. A Beautiful Mind
25. Time Crimes
26. The Orphanage
27. Sunshine
28. Interstellar
29. Existenz
30. ClockWork Orange
31. Eyes Wide Shut
32. The Lighthouse
33. Stalker
34. Sorry To Bother You
35. The Handmaiden
36. Arrival
37. Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas
38. The Fountain
39. Un Chien Andalou
40. Adaptation
41. Blue Velvet
42. The Gift
43. The Hunt
44. Lost Highway
45. The Mist
46. The Game
47. Signs
48. Coherence
49. Hereditary
50. The Illusionist .
51. Upstream Colour
52. The Holy Mountain
53. The Prestige
54. Jacob's Ladder
55. Mulholland Dr.
56. Brazil
57. 2001: A Space Odyssey
58. Enter the Void
59. Magnolia
60. Irreversible
61. 1984
62. Cube
63. The Fall
64. So It Goes Slaughterhouse
65. Synecdoche, New York
66. The Butterfly Effect
67. Moon
68. Mr Nobody
69. Ex Machina
70. Vertigo
71. A Tale Of Two Sisters
72. Primal Fear
73. Gone Girl
74. Vanilla Sky
75. Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind
76. The Machinist
77. Under The Skin
78. Perfect Blue
79. America Psycho
80. Psycho
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