Asian horrors movies

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You haven't seen horror until you've seen these iconic flicks from Asian cinema. This psychological horror movie tells the story of a patient who leaves a mental institution after being treated for psychosis and returns home, where her younger sister and awful stepmother are waiting for her. Saying anything else about this story would be destroying this work of art of Korean cinema, but keep an eye on its director, Kim Jee-Woon, who's responsible for other great movies from the genre.

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The film follows reporter Reiko Asakawa as she investigates these terrifying and mysterious deaths, while trying to save her loved ones from its fatal curse. The creepy apparition of a little boy, a creaky haunted house and the devastatingly scary ghost of a scorned woman—on paper, it sounds like a cookie cutter formula for a horror movie. Newly divorced Yoshimi Matsubara is forced to move into a grim, old apartment with her daughter.

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In the genre of horror movies, you have to admit—no one makes them better than the Asians. Hollywood can do the remakes all they want, but they never seem to be as good as the original. Asian horror movies are more slow-paced, gripping, and more spine-chilling.

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Discover new chills and thrills with these 10 horror flicks from Southeast Asia. Some doors are not meant to be opened, especially the ones described as forbidden. Ever wonder what would happen if you had a heart transplant and, by chance, got one that was cursed?

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Posted on Tuesday, February 6th, by Joshua Meyer. In the s, Western audiences gained more exposure to Asian horror films through Hollywood remakes starring western actresses like Naomi Watts, Sarah Michelle Gellar, and Jennifer Connelly. Kickstarted by the commercial success of The Ring, the remake machine quickly went into overdrive and eventually sputtered out.

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Sign in. R min Action, Drama, Horror. A monster emerges from Seoul's Han River and begins attacking people.

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In the '90s, Hollywood picked up on a new trend when they discovered the horror films coming out of Asia. Whether it was the Japanese or Korean horror movies, America started remaking them left and right. However, as the case seems to always be, Hollywood rarely seemed to get the feel and atmosphere right when remaking Asian horror.

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We're not talking about only 'Ringu', 'Ju-on' or the scariest Thai movies. The movie follows a Korean writer who travels to Vietnam in search of stories for her second novel. While she's there, she learns of a mystery centered around a century-old vengeful spirit. IMDb score: 6.

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We still get nightmares about it, shhh! According to an annual report by Stephen Followsit seems like the horror movie genre has gained popularity over the past decade. Twenty years ago, the genre only accounted for 4.

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In the past 20 years, Asian horror has emerged as a major force in the genre. Korean horror, for example, practically invented a new sub-genre of revenge-themed psychological thrillers, pioneered by Chan-wook Park. On top of that, something about the cultural difference makes these films extra-scary to Western audiences.

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