(If you are new to MCU, then you should start with; Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk,
Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America and then Agent Carter.)
There is a S.H.I.E.L.D spin-off mini-series, called Slingshot. It takes place right before Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D season 4.
(can be found at ABC's youtube channel).
Marvel Cinematic Universe tie-in comics :
Rolling Stone magazine issued a list ranking what they call the 100 greatest TV shows of all time. The list was compiled after the pop culture magazine sent out ballots to entertainment inudustry professionals.
“Your mother's in here, Karras. Would you like to leave a message? I'll see that she gets it.”
― Pazuzu, 'The Exorcist' (1973)
After combing through movie lists from IMDB to Reddit, I think I've created the most complete collection of horror movies that climb inside your skull and mess with your brains.
Some people claim that the benchmark of true psychological horror is that the truly petrifying aspect is what isn't shown, not necessarily what is. But I've also included horror films that rely on the wholesale disintegration of the human psyche, and films where characters begin to lose faith in what is strictly real.
Beginner's Guide: Psychological Horror, via Film Inquiry:
What Exactly Is a "Psychological" Horror Film?, via PopMatters:
Why 'The Shining' is the Best Psychological Horror Film Ever, via The Tangential:
Why We Crave Horror Movies (PDF), via Stephen King:
Common Themes in Psychological Thrillers, via The Artifice:
Death, Grief & Why Horror Films Matter, via Talkhouse:
The Psychology of 'Annihilation', via Storytellers:
Psychological Thriller ‘Oculus’ Challenges Perceptions Of Horror Genre, via The Heights:
Psychological Horror in the Films of David Lynch, via film-o-holic:
15 Great Movies You Need To Watch More Than Once, via ScreenRant:
'No Country for Old Men': Don't Underestimate the Audience, via Lessons From the Screenplay:
'Get Out': A New Perspective in Horror, via Lessons from the Screenplay:
“The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them, into the impossible.”
― Arthur C. Clarke
A collection of science fiction movies and television shows that attempt some degree of scientific accuracy, with technologies or scenarios that may be nonexistent in today's world but are at least realistic (if only theoretical). That is to say, they don't rely on magic or fantasy (or anything that departs significantly from mainstream theory) to propel their plot.
This is not to say that some of the line-up here don't take a few speculative leaps, but they at least begin from a place grounded in credible research and theory, from where they then develop their more extravagant premises.
Yes, listing time travel films here is a cheat, but I've only included a few, and only those that make some attempt to explain their paradoxes and/or take their temporal consequences seriously.
The Best Hard Sci-Fi Movies, via /Film:
The 11 Most Accurate Science Fiction Movies Of All Time, via ScreenRant:
Five Science Fiction Movies that Get the Science Right, via New Scientist:
“You’re gonna need a bigger boat.”
― Chief Martin Brody, 'Jaws' (1975)
One Perfect Shot has a fantastic article entitled 'Blood in the Water: The History of Shark Movies':
The Shark Movie Matrix, via The Ringer:
Why 'The Shallows' Really is the Best Shark Film Since 'Jaws':
“I'm your number one fan. You're going to be just fine.
I will take good care of you. I'm your number one fan.”
― Annie Wilkes, 'Misery' (1990)
Movies, Miniseries and TV Series Based on Stories by Horror Writer Stephen King.
Stephen King Knows He’s Having a Moment, via Vanity Fair:
‘IT’ as American Folk Horror, via Everything is Scary:
15 Stephen King Movies and Miniseries that Deserve Remakes, via ScreenRant:
Every Stephen King Movie, Ranked From Worst to Best, via Vulture:
The 5 Creepiest Stephen King Plot Twists, via Inverse:
Top 30 Stephen King Movies, Ranked, via Rolling Stone:
F This Movie! has an episode entitled "All Things King" (skip to 32:00):
Stephen King On What Hollywood Owes Authors When Their Books Become Films, via Deadline:
The 10 Best and 10 Worst Stephen King Movies, via Looper:
“You maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!”
― George Taylor, 'Planet of the Apes', (1968)
A grim collection of films depicting global threats, dystopian societies, post-apocalyptic worlds, and (in a few cases) the planet Earth blowing up real good.
Apocalypse Wow! Why Do We Love the End of the World So Damn Much?, via WestWord:
People Have Always Been Obsessed with the End of the World, via The Smithsonian:
Our Never-Ending Obsession with the Apocalypse, via BBC Future:
I Am Become Death: The Horror Legacy of 'The Day After' and 'Threads', via Everything is Scary:
“I have come to believe that the whole world is an enigma, a harmless enigma that is made terrible by our own mad attempt to interpret it as though it had an underlying truth.”
― Umberto Eco, Foucault's Pendulum (2007)
What makes our lives worth living? Does free will exist? Is morality just a convenient charade? What is the nature of the human condition? Is God dead, as Friedrich Nietzsche said, or is He just really good at playing Hide & Seek?
The following films ask the "big questions", or are generally concerned with how to live one's life, believing that philosophical and psychological inquiry can help.
What is an Existential Movie?, via Existential Therapy (archived):
A Rookie’s Guide to the Existential Movie Magic of Ingmar Bergman, via PHOENIX Magazine:
What Makes Existentialism Work on Film?, via No Film School:
10 Existential Films for Philosophy Students, via Philosophy in Film:
5 Movies to Watch When You Have an Existential Crisis, via illuminapresto:
10 Best Existential Movies of All Time, via The Cinemaholic:
10 Movies That Will Provoke Existential Angst, via Scene360: