The protagonist of the horror movie “Jagged Mind” on Hulu is Billy, a lady who one night encounters Alex at a pub. The two start dating right away and have a great time. But Billy quickly develops acute déjà vu regarding practically everything she sees during the day, as well as blackouts. Billy begins to think that she is being harmed by someone as her condition worsens. She runs upon a voodoo practitioner who claims to know what’s wrong with her, which only serves to confirm her worries.
Rosaline Elbay, Shannon Woodward, and Maisie Richardson-Sellers star in the Kelley Kai-directed movie. ‘Jagged Mind’ provides viewers with a fair dosage of worry about what is going to happen onscreen because it is replete with wonderful surrealist aspects. We have a list of suggestions if this is the kind of movie you like to watch. We think you’ll like them too. These films comparable to “Jagged Mind” are available on Amazon Prime, Netflix, Disney+, or Hulu.
Before I Fall (2017)
High school student Samantha Kingston (Zoey Deutch) awakens on February 12th with the knowledge that she is popular and has a promising future. But everything changes when she appears to pass away in a car accident on the way home from a party but then resurfaces in her bed. Samantha, who is forced to relive the same day repeatedly, strives to uncover the secrets of those closest to her in order to figure out what is causing time to act in this way towards her. In Ry Russo-Young’s film “Before I Fall,” Samantha experiences a time loop as a result of someone else, much how Billy in “Jagged Mind” relives her life as a result of Alex.
Happy Death Day (2017)
Theresa “Tree” Gelbman (Jessica Rothe), a party-loving college student, is slain by a masked man brandishing a knife in Christopher Landon’s film “Happy Death Day.” She regains consciousness, uncertain of her memories, and experiences a bizarre sense of déjà vu as she relives her day, but the masked guy kills her once more.
Tree discovers that she is caught in a time loop that started with her death when she wakes up a third time. Tree spends each of her days piecing her past and the clues together in an effort to identify her murderer. The killer and the origin of the time loop in “Happy Death Day” turns out to be someone close to Tree who is also driven by love, much like in “Jagged Mind” and “Jagged Mind,” respectively.
Horse Girl (2020)
The protagonist of Jeff Baena’s film “Horse Girl” is Sarah (Alison Brie), a quiet young woman who lost her mother when she was a very little child. Her only source of comfort is an elderly horse named Willow, which she used to own but had to sell owing to financial difficulties. She works at a craft store. She frequently stops by the horse’s new home, much to the chagrin of its new owners. Sarah begins to experience strange nightmares about being in a white chamber, which disrupts her routine, everyday existence.
Sleepwalking and unexplained time gaps occur after the dreams. Sarah quickly begins to lose her grasp on reality after becoming convinced that something supernatural is involved. Fans of “Jagged Mind” will find Sarah and Billy to be fairly familiar because both of them experience a number of odd memory losses that are brought on by an outside entity tampering with their thoughts.
Palm Springs (2020)
In the Max Barbakow-directed film “Palm Springs,” Nyles (Andy Samberg) is a visitor at a Palm Springs wedding. He meets Sarah (Cristin Milioti), the bride’s sister, at the wedding reception, and the two of them get along well. They decide to spend some time together in the desert. However, after being shot by an arrow there, Nyles begins to crawl inside a cave and begs Sarah not to pursue him the entire time.
Sarah, who is apprehensive, nevertheless follows him and then awakens once more on the day of the wedding reception. She eventually locates Nyles, who informs her that because she followed him into the cave, she is currently trapped in a time loop. Similar to how Alex manipulates Billy in “Jagged Mind,” Nyles manipulates Sarah into being caught in a time loop in “Palm Springs” because he loves her and doesn’t want to live every day of her life alone. Nyles even goes so far as to pretend that they were just meeting for the first time.
The Spierig brothers’ film “Predestination” centres on an Ethan Hawke-played Temporal Agent who is sent to 1975 New York City to stop the Fizzle Bomber. After failing to accomplish this and suffering serious injuries as a result, the spy returns to his own time and is assigned one final task before retiring. He returns to 1970 and begins working as a barman. It’s around this time that he encounters a man who publishes authentic confessional writings under the pen name “The Unmarried Mother.”
A sequence of time travel events that modify and alter the agent’s life throughout his existence begin when the strange personality tells him the most incredible story he has ever heard. Fans of “Jagged Mind” will notice that the Agent, like Billy, continually changing his history as a result of the choices he makes. As a result, they each have a unique experience in each iteration of their life.
In the Japanese-language horror movie “Re/Member,” Asuka (Kanna Hashimoto), a high school girl, runs across the ghost of Haruka, another student who was murdered, one day at school. Asuka is asked by Haruka to locate the pieces of her body that the Red Person, who killed her, dismembered and hid. Asuka and her five friends begin their inquiry as darkness falls, but the Red Person quickly begins to hunt them down one by one. The following morning, they awaken in their quarters.
The six of them quickly realise that the previous day’s events are repeating itself, and they are all cursed to repeatedly die until Haruka’s body can be put back together. With its graphic death sequences, the film “Re/Member,” directed by Eiichiro Hasumi, takes violent slaughter to the nth degree. When the last of the friends dies, time begins over for everyone in the group, much like it did for Billy in “Jagged Mind” when she dies.
Source Code (2011)
The film “Source Code,” which was directed by Duncan Jones, centres on Captain Colter Stevens (Jake Gyllenhaal), who spends the final eight minutes of a train voyage repeating it in the body of Sean Fentress, a teacher. Stevens is repeatedly sent back to the eight minutes before the attack in a simulation of the passengers’ collective residual memories, and his goal is to identify the bomber so that he can be apprehended before another occurrence like this occurs. Billy and Stevens have a lot in common because they both have to repeatedly experience being killed in order to figure out who is responsible.
The New Mutants (2020)
Josh Boone’s film “The New Mutants” centres on a group of people who are all imprisoned in a hospital: Danielle “Dani” Moonstar (Blu Hunt), Samuel “Sam” Guthrie (Charlie Heaton), Illyana Rasputin (Anya Taylor-Joy), Roberto “Bobby” da Costa (Henry Zaga), and Rahne Sinclair (Maisie Williams). They all possess the x gene, which alters their DNA and grants them special abilities. Each of them has also been involved in or been the cause of an incident that resulted in the loss of life.
The five teens are reassured by Dr. Cecilia Reyes (Alice Braga) that they are in the hospital to learn how to control their talents as well as for their own safety, but soon begin to encounter odd events that endanger their lives. Despite the absence of a time loop, Billy’s initial faith in Alex, the person responsible for her unending deaths, is reminiscent of the mutant children’s initial faith in Dr. Reyes, who turns out to be the perpetrator behind their horrible circumstances.
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