[Celluloid Hero]’s Top Foreign Horror Movies
Creepy Japanese horror movie set in a radio station? Sign me up. Check out my full [Celluloid Hero] review for more.
A fun mixup of historical drama, horror, and action - based on a true story!
Another French movie. While it goes have a couple gory moments, this definitely falls under the 'psychological terror' style, and will stick with you for a while.
Two words: NAZI ZOMBIES!
So much blood. A murderous psycho pursues two beautiful women through the woods. It's a cliche set up, but boy does it pay off at the end.
Okay, so I have "banned" my wife from watching this movie. I don't really control her in that sense, but there are plenty of movies I've "made" her watch, but after seeing this the first time, I told her she was never allowed to watch it. A pregnant woman is tormented by an unknown invader, and it just gets worse and worse until the credits rolled and I sat in silence for a few minutes, kind of wanting to throw up, kind of wanting to cry, but too numb to do anything.
The greatest vampire love story ever. A pair of Swedish pre-teens portray a more loving couple than anything I've seen from the Twilight group.
A deeply unsettling Japanese movie that creeps back into my brain now and then. A man finds a hidden world beneath the Japanese subway system, and gets way too close to one of the inhabitants.
After a man's wife dies, he holds "auditions" to find a new partner. Spoiler alert: that's a bad way to find love.
The French are pretty messed up, man. We all hunger for something...it's just a matter of how we let that hunger control us. Check out my full [Celluloid Hero] review.
A TV reporter and her camera-man are doing a simple segment on the local fire department when an emergency call comes in. They tag along to a building where the simple segment turns horrific. A solid example of the "found footage" style of horror.
I love director Chan-wook Park. Here a priest receives a blood transfusion that turns him into a vampire. Portraying a priest on-screen is always interesting, and portraying one battling with his faith versus his bloodlust is awesome.
Do you have a favorite foreign horror movie? Leave some comments, I'd love to check out something new!