In the Fire is a psychological thriller film directed by Connor Allyn, who also co-wrote the screenplay with Pascal Borno and Silvio Muraglia. The story of the film is set in the 1890s and it revolves around a New York doctor travelling to a remote location in order to care for a boy who has unexplainable powers. In the Fire stars Amber Heard in the lead role with Eduardo Noriega, Luca Calvani, and Lorenzo McGovern Zaini starring in supporting roles. So, if you like the thriller film here are some similar movies you could watch next.
The Wonder (Netflix)
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The Shining (Max & Prime Video Add-On)
Synopsis: Academy Award winner Jack Nicholson and Shelley Duvall star in director Stanley Kubrick’s disturbing adaptation of Stephen King’s blockbuster horror novel. When writer Jack Torrance (Nicholson)–who has a history of alcoholism and child abuse–takes a job as winter caretaker for a hotel high in the Rocky Mountains, he, his wife (Duvall) and their psychic young son will be isolated until spring. But once the first blizzard closes the road out, the accumulated power of evil deeds committed at the hotel begins to drive Jack mad. Now there may be no escape for his wife and son in this haunting madness, memory and family violence.
The Omen (Prime Video Add-On)
Synopsis: When his child is stillborn, an American diplomat (Academy Award® Winner Gregory Peck*) is convinced to exchange the dead baby for a living one, in order to spare his wife’s feelings. But as the child grows, a series of gruesome “accidental” murders begins to occur, and the horrifying identity of the child becomes clear in this timeless, bone-chilling thriller set to Jerry Goldsmith’s Oscar®-Winning Original Score.
The Conjuring (Max & Prime Video Add-On)
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Sinister (Rent on Prime Video)
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Mama (Prime Video)
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Saint Maud (Prime Video & MGM+)
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