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Stream These 9 Top Mystery Thriller Movies on Peacock to Get Your Heart Pumping

Obsessive investigations, chilling secrets. Binge these Peacock mysteries for heart-pounding thrills.

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Calling all sleuths! If you love navigating a web of lies and deceit and piecing together clues to figure out who done it (or how they’re going to get away with it), these mystery movies are a must-watch. They delve into the human psyche, explore dark secrets, and keep you guessing until the very end. So dive onto the couch and get ready to unravel these top mystery thrillers on Peacock (magnifying glass optional).

1. Bosco (2024)

This Peacock Original, featuring Aubrey Joseph, is based on the true-life story of Quawntay "Bosco" Adams. Joseph portrays a young convicted man who plans an ingenious escape from a federal maximum-security prison to witness the birth of his first child in 2006.

Stream Bosco on Peacock.

2. Hypnotic (2023)


Detective Danny Rourke (Ben Affleck) is determined to find his missing daughter. This leads him down a rabbit hole as he probes a series of reality-bending crimes that are mysteriously connected to his missing child.

Stream Hynoptic on Peacock.

3. We Have Always Lived in the Castle (2019)

We Have Always Lived In The Castle

The lives of 18-year-old Mary Katherine "Merricat" Blackwood (Taissa Farmiga),  her older sister Constance, and their ailing uncle Julian are upturned with the arrival of mysterious cousin Charles (Sebastian Stan). His presence threatens their claustrophobic and isolated world, leading Merricat to take extreme measures to maintain the life they know. Based on the popular 1962 gothic mystery novel by Shirley Jackson. 

Stream We Have Always Lived in the Castle on Peacock.

4. A Dark Place (2019)

A Dark Place

A young boy goes missing in a small, sleepy town. His disappearance prompts Donald (Andrew Scott), a location sanitation driver, to solve the crime, but it quickly turns into a dark obsessive investigation. 

Stream A Dark Place on Peacock.

5. Burning (2018)

Steven Yeun in Burning

In this South Korean-Japanese psychological thriller, a shy man named Lee Jong-su (Yoo Ah-in) develops a crush on a free-spirited woman from his past. He becomes entangled in her life and the mysterious world that surrounds her.

Stream Burning on Peacock.

6. Always Shine (2016)

Always Shine

Beth (Caitlin FitzGerald), a successful movie star, and her best friend Anna (Mackenzie Davis), a struggling actress, take a weekend road trip to Big Sur. It’s supposed to be a relaxing girl’s getaway, but Anna’s jealousy toward Beth begins to rear its ugly head.

Stream Always Shine on Peacock.

7. Open Windows (2014)

Open Windows

In the mood for a great crime mystery movie? Open Windows centers around eager fan Nick Chord (Elijah Wood) who is crushed when his prize to meet his favorite actress is canceled. But Nick quickly learns that all is not what it seems as he’s drawn into a nefarious plot involving the actress’ manager and the internet.

Stream Open Windows on Peacock.

8. All Good Things (2010)

All Good Things

David Marks (Ryan Gosling) is the son of a powerful real estate tycoon. He weds Katie McCarthy (Kirsten Dunst), a working-class student, and the marriage is idyllic at first. But things turn sour when David returns to work for his demanding and ruthless father.

Stream All Good Things on Peacock.

9. Memento (2000)


In one of the top mystery thriller movies of all time, Leonard Shelby (Guy Pearce), a former insurance investigator with short-term memory loss, tries to piece together fragments of his mind through photographs, handwritten notes, and tattoos to find the person who killed his wife. The film won the 2000 Oscar® for Best Original Screenplay.

Stream Memento on Peacock.

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