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Here are the top ten articles for the Mystery Movies Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Masterpiece Mystery The Lady Vanishes
Travelling by train in the Balkans in the 1930s, young Iris Carr is befriended by fellow Englishwoman Miss Froy. When Miss Froy vanishes Iris is determined to find her. This television drama of 2013 stays true to the novel on which it is based.

2. The Mysteries of Laura
Detective Laura Diamond combines single motherhood with her work as a homicide cop, and it doesn’t help that her almost ex-husband is now her boss. Debra Messing stars in a police procedural series that brings comedy and mystery together, accompanied by murder.

3. 'The Uninvited' (1944) Movie Review
Paramount Studios called it 'The Heart Clutching Dread of a Nameless Horror'. The Uninvited is certainly an eerie movie, and a classic haunted house mystery. Who is the spirit who will not leave Windward House?

4. Fallen (1998) Denzel Washington, John Goodman, Donald Sutherland
Fallen is the kind of movie that those who absolutely do not believe in the supernatural, think, “Well maybe.”

5. The Cat and the Canary
Bob Hope and Paulette Goddard are in their element in this 1939 comedy mystery, set in a dark, spooky New Orleans mansion. Wally Campbell (Hope) joins a group of highly eccentric relatives to hear the reading of a will. Who will be the beneficiary? And by the way, insanity runs in the family.

6. Whitechapel TV Mystery Review
On the dark, mean streets of London’s Whitechapel, crimes from the past have a nasty habit of intruding into the present. Detective Inspector Chandler and his team have mysteries, as well as crimes, to solve.

7. The Haunting of Julia
Grieving mother Julia Lofting leaves her husband and buys an old house in London’s Kensington. Is she really not alone in the house? There is an old mystery to solve as well as present day horror. Mia Farrow and Keir Dullea star in this 1977 movie based on Peter Straub’s novel.

8. The Woman in the Window
What could make two people who have only just met conspire to dump a corpse and cover up a murder? Director Fritz Lang’s classic noir mystery thriller of 1944 plunges a beautiful young woman and a mild-mannered professor into a nightmare world of shadows, suspicion and fear.

9. Joan Hickson as Miss Marple
After her years of observing village life in St Mary Mead, Jane Marple knows human nature, including its dark side. Of all the actresses to have portrayed Agatha Christie’s much loved crime solving spinster, Joan Hickson is perhaps the quintessential Miss Marple.

10. The Hollywood Mom's Mystery
This made-for-television movie is a light-hearted mystery starring Justine Bateman, Andrew McCarthy and Elizabeth Pena. Hollywood mom Lucy Freers must turn amateur sleuth to solve the mystery of the murdered neighbour who is floating in her swimming pool.



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