Sunday, April 1, 2012

So You Want Scary?

Here's a compilation of the most mind-blowingly horrific movies you'll ever see. Warning: NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART! Don't say I didn't warn you...

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The scariest Japanese movie ever made. Rumor has it, Sam Raimi showed it to Hollywood producers and they were covering their eyes and screaming like little girls:

And number two:

A mind-blowingly freaky supernatural thriller from Malaysia:

A brutal killer wreaks havoc in the French countryside. Definitely not for the squeamish:

A truly extraordinary masterpiece from Korea:

A haunting story you will never, ever forget:

Another savage killer on the loose. This one's in middle America:

The Evil Dead version with Bruce Campbell:

Sam Neil at his best, in a mind-bending homage to H. P. Lovecraft:

One of the few movies to give me nightmares in college:

And the sequel:

Big Brother gets a little crazy in London:

Cronenberg knows crazy and creepy. Most mindblowing ending of any horror movie:

Brotherhood of the Wolf. Stylism, action and eroticism. The French know how to make a movie:

Three Extremes. This one is aptly named. Includes one by Japanese horror master Takeshii Mike. Proceed with caution. You've been forewarned:

Best sci-fi/thriller of that year. And the villain is awesome:

Sad, touching, scary and amazing:

Someone you never, ever want to meet on the highway:

John Carpenter's masterpiece:

Not so much scary as very cool and sexy:

What happens when a priest contracts an infection:

Stylistic Korean thriller about the new girl-band craze. Insanely beautiful girls acting insanely evil:

Superb special effects drive this thriller:

A twisted French suspense film. Sebastian, a young man, has decided to follow instructions intended for someone else, without knowing where they will take him...

One of the only movies where I had to cover my eyes for minutes at a time. Modern French extreme gore:

A modern classic of the genre. The original:

Those wacky Americans, at it again:

H.P. Lovecraft in a French prison:

If you haven't seen the Paranormal ASctivity series, it's worth a watch:

The sequel:

Eli Roth's brutal materpiece:

And if you thought they got away:

Roman Polanski's early masterpiece, starring Sharon Tate, who would later be the Manson Family's victim:

An Aussie thriller that's relentless in its suspense:

Kids these days....

Never spend the night in an abandoned nuthouse:

Katharine Isabelle makes her debut in this superb Canadian thriller:

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