Monday, April 16, 2012

Best Asian Ghost Movies of the 2000's


Best Asian Ghost Movies of the 2000's


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TOO SCARY 2 WATCH now presents a list (arranged by year) of some of the best and creepiest Asian/Non-American ghost movies, that we believe may be worth checking out, if you're a lover of supernatural thrillers and have an appetite for things that go bump in the night!

Okay, so maybe the "Best Asian Ghost Movies" title is a bit inaccurate. Perhaps what it should read is, Best Non-American Ghost Movies -- with an emphasis of Asian ghost films.

The list will continue to be updated and expanded upon as we continue to find more movies that we believe are worthy of adding. 



Since there are a lot of great Asian (Non-American) ghost movies on the market spanning decades, we've decided to create this list with the emphasis on modern, contemporary ghost movies, starting with the late 90's and continuing on to the present day.

It can be argued whether some of the movies on the list are ghost movies (depending on how one defines a Ghost movies) ... nevertheless (with versatility in mind), we've provided some movies that contain ghosts, some that contain ghost-like spirits, some that contain haunted houses, some that are psychological thrillers that feel like ghost movies, along with others that may be open for interpretation. 
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Disclaimer

Some of the movies on the list, in our opinion, aren't necessarily good movies, but were chosen to be included for a variety of different reasons.

Thanks and enjoy!
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Based on the book by Koji Suzuki, this earlier Japanese version of the hit American movie The Ring is creepy in the extreme. After watching a mysterious videotape, a group of teenagers die gruesomely. The video becomes an urban myth. But an insidious force points a deadly finger at unwary souls unable to resist their curiosity -- people such as Reiko, a journalist who's unwillingly drawn into a nightmare by the unseen threat.

Director: Hideo Nakata 
Unrated
100 mins
(Japanese)
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Spiral / Ringu 2

Dr. Mitsuo Ando (Koichi Sato) is crushed to learn that his old friend (Hiroyuki Sanada) has died, the apparent victim of a videotape. But in his search to discover how that might have been scientifically possible, the doctor also learns that the dead woman in the film has every intention of coming back for good. Originally released as a follow-up to Ringu, this sequel wasn't a hit with fans, who seemed to prefer the "second" sequel, Ringu 2.


Director: Jôji Iida 
Not-Rated
97 mins
(Japanese)
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Yeogo goedam (original titles)

This groundbreaking Korean film stars Kang-hie Choi as Se-yeon Choi, an intrepid teacher at an all-girls school whose prying ways are awarded with a murder-mystery she now must unravel. After a handful of students begin to turn up dead, administrators scramble to cover up the deaths and pass them off as suicides, a betrayal that spurs Se-yeon to action. But, like the proverbial cat, the curious educator may be marked for death.

Director: Ki-hyeong Park 
R-Rated
105 mins
(South Korean)
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Stringy-haired Sadako returns in this chilling sequel to the film that spawned a fear of unlabeled videotapes. On a quest to find out what happened to her beau (Hiroyuki Sanada), Mai Takano (Miki Nakatani) learns about a strange movie that kills the viewer one week after watching it. But can Mai stop her boyfriend's ex-wife (Nanako Matsushima) and his young son (Rikiya Ôtaka) from paying it forward?

Director: Hideo Nakata
Unrated
95 mins
(Japanese)



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Yeogo goedam II (original title)

High schooler Min-ah (Min-sun Kim) stumbles across a diary kept by two secretive classmates, Shi-eun (Young-jin Lee) and Hyo-shin (Yeh-jin Park). The book imbues her with the ability to see into the girls' clandestine romantic relationship. When Hyo-Shin commits suicide, the entire school becomes plagued by supernatural phenomena, culminating in Min-ah's possession by the dead girl's spirit. Jong-hak Baek co-stars in this creepy chiller.

R-Rated
98 mins
(South Korean)

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This creepy Japanese horror flick is square one of the four-part Ringu series, chronicling the origins of Sadako Yamamura (Yukie Nakama), before the stringy-haired girl began killing people through the use of a videotape, causing destruction wherever she goes. Yamamura once charmed everyone as a precocious young actress. But when her horrible visions began harming the people she loved, her career came to an abrupt end.

Director: Norio Tsuruta
Not-Rated
99 mins
(Japanese)


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El espinazo del diablo (original title) 

Twelve-year-old Carlos (Fernando Tielve) is the latest arrival at Santa Lucia School, an imposing stone building that shelters orphans of the Republican militia and politicians during the last days of the Spanish Civil War. Carlos gradually uncovers the dark ties that bind the inhabitants of the school: hidden riches, sexual intrigue and the restless ghost of a murdered student, who may be the only one to provide resolution.

R-Rated
108 mins
(Spanish-Mexican)

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Kairo (original title) 

Set in Tokyo, this disturbing thriller follows three people facing a mystery that defies temporal explanation as a young man named Taguchi kills himself and later appears as a spectral computer image. Soon more of the city's denizens vanish in a similar fashion, with their ghostly souls turning up on the same Internet site. Can Taguchi's co-worker (Kumiko Aso), a college slacker (Haruhiko Kato) and a computer whiz (Koyuki) solve the conundrum?

Director: Kiyoshi Kurosawa
Not-Rated
119 mins
(Japanese)


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Honogurai mizu no soko kara (original title)

Thrill-master Hideo Nakata takes another chilling novel by Koji Suzuki and adapts it for the screen. This time, Yoshimi (Hitomi Kuroki) is fighting for the custody of her daughter, but more menacing problems have begun to plague her in her dreary apartment. An inexplicable odd pattern appears on her ceiling, and when she has recurrent visions of a strange girl and of a red bag she used to own when she was a child, Yoshimi fears for her sanity.

Director: Hideo Nakata
PG-13
100 mins
(Japanese)

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Gin gwai (original title)

When a young girl, Mun (Angelica Lee), undergoes a corneal transplant to correct her blindness, she not only receives the gift of eyesight, but second sight as well: She can now see ghosts. To exorcise the demons tormenting her, Mun looks into the life of the person who donated the corneas and unearths a deep mystery that she becomes desperate to solve.

Director 1: Oxide Pang Chun
Director 2: Danny Pang
R-Rated
98 mins
(Chinese)
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Gosuto shisutemu (original title)

Misaki receives an email from a friend who had supposedly died when they were younger. She investigates and finds a scientist who uses the "Ghost System" to contact spirits.

Director: Toshikazu Nagae
R-Rated
74 mins
(Japanese)

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Before he crafted an American version starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, director Takashi Shimizu thrilled Japanese audiences with this story of a young nurse (Megumi Okina) who learns that the house she's visiting is cursed by two brutal murders that happened there. Soon, she realizes that everyone who sets foot in the house, which is inhabited by vengeful spirits, meets a bloody and disturbing end, and she's the next in line. 

Director: Takashi Shimizu
R-Rated 
92 mins
(Japanese)


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Pon (original title)

A vengeful ghost with a cell phone terrorizes anyone who answers its murderous ring in this twisty horror film. After exposing a sex scandal involving children, gritty reporter Ji-won (Ji-Won Ha) begins receiving disturbing phone calls. She changes her number, but the ominous calls continue. Ji-won's search for the source of the mysterious calls reveals a rash of unsolved murders -- and leads her straight to a serial killer.

Director: Byeong-ki Ahn
R-Rated 
100 mins 
(South Korean)

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Geoul sokeuro (original title)

An ex-cop now working as a security guard in a shopping mall tries to uncover the secret behind a series of mysterious deaths linked to mirrors.

Director: Sung-ho Kim
Not-Rated 
113 mins
(South Korean)


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Ju-on 2 (original title)

Returning to the evil abode used to such chilling effect in Ju-On, this scary second installment introduces new victims to the dwelling's curse, including a pregnant woman with serious questions about her unborn child. Loading the spine-tingling thriller full of creepy-crawling children who lurk around every corner, director Takashi Shimizu immerses viewers in the insanity through his signature handheld camera work and optical wizardry.

Director: Takashi Shimizu 
R-Rated
91 mins
(Japanese)

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Chakushin Ari (original title)

Possessed cell phones predict their owners' untimely deaths in Takashi Miike's high-tech horror tale. One by one, Yumi's (Kou Shibasaki) friends receive chilling calls on their cell phones from themselves, placed a few days in the future. They listen in horror to their own bizarre deaths, which eventually occur. As Yumi frantically tries to solve the mystery, she uncovers a shocking link between herself and the murders.

Director: Takashi Miike
R-Rated 
112 mins
(Japanese)
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Janghwa, Hongryeon (original title)

Terrified sisters try to exorcise their home of two dark forces -- their evil stepmother and a vengeful entity -- in this ghostly tale. Hospitalized after their mother's death, young Su-mi (Im Su-jeong) and Su-yeon (Mun Geun-yeong) return home to find a nasty new stepmother (Yeom Jeong-ah). The girls suffer terrifying events, but their father doesn't care, even though evil lurks around every corner. Can the girls free their home from its demons?

Director: Jee-woon Kim
R-Rated
115 mins
(South Korean)

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Yeogo goedam 3: Yeowoo gyedan (original title)

Teenage jealousy rears its ugly head in this horror tale. The students at a boarding school test the legend of a 28-step staircase located in a girls' dorm: If each step is counted aloud, the staircase will reveal a 29th step, and a wish is granted. But when one student dies mysteriously and others begin acting possessed, it becomes clear that the staircase is being used for evil. Ji-hyo Song, Han-byeol Park and An Jo star.


Director: Jae-yeon Yun
R-Rated
97 mins
(South Korean)

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'Chô' kowai hanashi A: yami no karasu (original title)

Employees at a convenience store must get to the bottom of supernatural goings-on occurring within their workplace.


Director: Yoshihiro Hoshino
R-Rated
81 mins
(Japanese)



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Sigaw (original title)

After moving into his new digs -- a ratty apartment in a decrepit building -- Marvin (Richard Gutierrez) senses that something is amiss. Every night, domestic violence occurs at the home of his neighbors: an alcoholic cop (Jomari Yllana), his wife, Anna (Iza Calzado), and their daughter, Lara (Ella Guevara). When bloody apparitions of Anna and Lara flash before Marvin's eyes, he begins to question his sanity in this atmospheric horror film.


Director: Yam Laranas
Not-Rated
102 mins
(Filipino)

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Gin gwai 2 (original title)

In the throes of an affair with a married man (Jesdaporn Pholdee), Joey (Shu Qi) is all too aware that her love life is going nowhere. But after a failed attempt to kill herself, she receives more bad news -- she's pregnant. Deciding to keep the baby, Joey is startled by the side effects: namely, her newfound ability to see ghosts. But when she learns that one of the spirits might want her child, morning sickness is the least of her worries. 

Director 1: Oxide Pang Chun
Director 2: Danny Pang
R-Rated
94 mins
(Chinese)
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Peiseu (original title)

Forensic sculptor Hyun-min (Shin Hyun-jun) finds himself in a race against time to save his daughter's life as she recuperates from a heart transplant. He agrees to help solve the case of a vicious serial killer by reconstructing a skull from one of the victims. Once the skull is in his house, Hyun-min's daughter experiences strange visions, and the worried father must unravel a conspiracy involving human organs.


Director: Sang-Gon Yoo
R-Rated
92 mins
(South Korean)
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Ryeong (original title) / Dead Friend

After a traumatic incident, college student Ji-won (Ha-Neul Kim) is struck with amnesia and tries to piece together the events of her life. But when her old friends begin dying off in mysterious water-related episodes, Ji-won begins making the connection between a dark secret from her past and the horrors of the present. Directed by Tae-kyeong Kim, this terrifying spine-chiller from South Korea stars Sang-mi Nam, Bin and Yi Shin.

Director: Tae-kyeong Kim
Not-Rated
98 mins
(South Korean)

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Saint Ange (original title)

A young cleaning woman (Virginie Ledoyen) is dispatched to tend to a crumbling orphanage called Saint Ange that houses only one child. While going about her duties, the new housekeeper begins to witness supernatural occurrences, causing her sole co-worker, a cook, to question her sanity. Directed by Pascal Laugier, this atmospheric ghost story (originally titled Saint Ange) serves up plenty of spine-tingling chills and twists.

Director: Pascal Laugier
R-Rated
100 mins
(French-Romanian)
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Yogen (original title)

On a family outing, Hideki Satomi (Hiroshi Mikami) comes across a news clipping containing his young daughter's obituary; trouble is, the girl isn't dead. Next thing you know, a freak accident kills her exactly as the article described. Fast-forward three years: When broadsheets again start delivering disastrous future news -- from slayings to train wrecks -- Hideki finds himself trapped in a living nightmare in this chilling horror flick.

Director: Norio Tsuruta
R-Rated
94 mins
(Japanese)

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Tun (Ananda Everingham), a photographer, and his girlfriend, Jane (Natthaweeranuch Thongmee), run over a young girl after a night of drinking and decide to flee the scene. The couple is haunted by the memory of their deadly choice, and soon, they notice their photos contain strange ghostly shapes. When several of Tun's friends die in mysterious circumstances, they realize that they may be haunted by more than just bad memories.

Director 2: Parkpoom Wongpoom
R-Rated 
97 mins
(Thailand) 


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Chello hongmijoo ilga salinsagan (original title)

After barely surviving a car crash that proved fatal for her best friend, Mi-ju (Hyeon-a Seong) abandons her career as a professional cellist and retreats into a quiet life teaching music. That is, until a sinister force arrives to stir up her haunted past. Mi-ju becomes increasingly consumed by the painful memories of the accident, and everything begins to spin out of control in this nightmare of terror directed by Woo-cheol Lee.


Director: Woo-cheol Lee
Not-Rated 
94 mins
(South Korean)



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Gin gwai 10 | The Eye 10 (original title)

A group of teenagers summons up troublesome spirits in this third  installment of the Pang Brothers' horror series. While vacationing in Thailand, some young friends try to contact ghosts using the 10 methods outlined in a mysterious book. Once awakened, the persistent phantoms traumatize the teens and chase them back to Hong Kong. The kids' only hope is enlisting the aid of an old Thai ghostbuster. Wilson Chen, Isabella Leong and Kate Yeung star.

Director 1: Oxide Pang Chun
Director 2: Danny Pang
R-Rated
86 mins
(Chinese)

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Frightening folklore from Thailand tells the tale of a displaced spirit whose fury is unleashed when a newlywed couple moves into an abandoned home. The feared phantom known as Mae Nak (Porntip Papanai) initially safeguards the pair from evildoers, but the couple soon realizes that she expects a terrible price in return for her protection. British director Mark Duffield marks his feature film debut with this scary cinema treat.


Director: Mark Duffield
Not-Rated
101 mins
(Thailand)

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Charged with living on her own for the first time in her life, Rosa Dimaano (Alessandra de Rossi) takes a job as a maid in Singapore, where she works for the family of a mentally challenged boy. But little does she know that her arrival coincides with the eve of the seventh lunar month -- long believed to herald the opening of the fiery gates of hell. Filmmaker Kelvin Tong directs this record-breaking blockbuster Filipino thriller.


Director: Kelvin Tong
Not-Rated
93 mins
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Chakushin Ari 2 (original title)

This gory sequel to the Japanese horror flick continues the now-legendary premise: Your cell phone rings with a disturbing tone. When you answer, you hear your own terrifying death. Moments -- or days -- later, you meet the violent demise you heard on the phone. But now the curse has gained strength. Like a computer virus, it calls every number programmed into the receiving phone -- spreading death to anyone who answers its chilling call.

Director: Renpei Tsukamoto
R-Rated
106 mins
(Japanese)
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Bunhongsin (original title)

Riding the subway after a long day's work, Sun-jae finds an abandoned pair of red high heels. When she decides to keep them, she has no idea that the shoes carry a curse, bringing nothing but harm to those who wear them. With stunning visual imagery, the tension in Yong-gyun Kim's creepy horror film builds as the shoes begin to inspire greed, jealousy and violence in those who come in contact with them.


Director: Yong-gyun Kim
Not-Rated
103 mins
(South Korean)

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Rinne (original title)

A Japanese actress (Yûka) comes face to face with a slew of restless  spirits when she signs on to star in a horror film -- the true story of a  crazed professor's murderous rampage that left 11 victims, including  his young daughter, in its wake. But the film is being shot at the very site where the grisly killings took place. Takashi Shimizu (The Grudge) directs this darkly mesmerizing tale of crime, punishment and redemption.

Director: Takashi Shimizu
R-Rated
95 mins
(Japanese)
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Yeogo gwae-dam 4: Moksori (original title) / Voice

When high school student and aspiring singer Young-Eon (Ok-bin Kim) is murdered, her body disappears but her soul becomes trapped within the school, and only her best friend, Sun-min (Ji-hye Seo), can still hear her singing. Determined to find her friend's murderer, Sun-min's resolve is shaken when a music teacher and another student die on campus. Could Young-Eon have committed these horrific acts or is someone else lurking around for their next victim?


Director: Ik-hwan Choe
Not-Rated
104 mins
(South Korean)
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Taking its name from a Korean folktale, this spooky thriller follows detectives So-young (Yun-ah Song) and Hyun-ki (Dong-Wook Lee) as they investigate a series of bizarre murders. Just released from suspension, So-young returns to find she's been handed a rookie partner and a puzzling case centered on a decade-old murder. Directed by Sang-hoon Ahn, this disturbing whodunit puts a unique spin on the serial killer genre.


Director: Sang-hoon Ahn
Not-Rated
97 mins
(South Korean)

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Al final del espectro (original title)

After a traumatic situation that makes Vega become an agoraphobic person, she decides to live like a hermit in an apartment because of her father's recommendation. But some strange things start happening, she sees visions, and hears noises and voices. She starts to worry about the dark past of that apartment, and the bizarre obsession of her neighbor. Written byivanreina

PG-13
92 mins
(Colombia)

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The daughter of successful female plastic surgeon, the teenage Hyun-soo (Se-kyeong Shin) is the envy of her art school friends, who all want the perfect face. But after her friends go under the knife and start dying mysterious deaths, Hyun-soo must investigate her mother's darkest secrets. This suspenseful -- and gruesome -- horror film is South Korean director Man-dae Bong's second feature.


Director: Man-dae Bong
Not-Rated
94 mins
(South Korean)

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La Habitación del Niño (original title)

Juan and Sonia move into the perfect new house with their newborn, but things take an unnerving turn when the baby monitor starts emanating odd sounds. After Juan installs a video monitor, he realizes there's something else present in their home.

Director: Álex de la Iglesia
Unrated
77 mins

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Otoshimono (original title)

Erika Sawajiri, Chinatsu Wakatsuki and Shun Oguri co-star in this spooky sci-fi thriller based on the urban legend of the haunted train. High schooler Nana has plenty on her plate already -- including a sick mother and a looming graduation -- when her younger sister disappears. Desperate to find her, Nana and her friend Kanae encounter a series of bizarre phenomena during their search -- including a female spirit who inhabits the train platform.


Director: Takeshi Furusawa
Not-Rated
92 mins
(Japanese)

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Nebeonjjae cheung (original title) / Forbidden Floor

Between creepy neighbors in her new apartment complex and a sudden rash of mysterious deaths, single mother Min-young (Seo-hyeong Kim) lives in constant terror . To protect her daughter (Yoo-jung Kim), Min-young must face her fears and uncover her building's terrible secret. Directed by Il-soon Kwon, this suspense-filled horror flick from Korea will keep viewers trembling in their seats … and looking over their shoulders.

Director: Il-soon Kwon
Not-Rated
93 mins
(South Korean)

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Chakushin ari final (original title)

Terror rings again in the third installment of this supernatural horror franchise. Cell phone calls from the future forecast the death of each person who answers, but this time around, the potential victims get a chance to spare their own lives. But there's a catch: They have to forward the cursed messages to someone else. The terror begins when a student on a school trip receives a phone call … from a dead classmate.

Director: Manabu Asô
Not-Rated
109 mins
(Japanese)
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Sakebi (original title)

While investigating the gruesome death of a woman found in a puddle with her stomach inexplicably full of seawater, Detective Yoshioka begins to wonder whether he himself is actually the killer he's been looking for. He doesn't remember committing the crime, but the murder scene is littered with his belongings -- and his fingerprints are all over the body. Kiyoshi Kurosawa directs this gritty horror tale from the producers of The Grudge.

Director: Kiyoshi Kurosawa
R-Rated
104 mins
(Japanese)

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Gui Si (original title)

In this thriller set in Taiwan, a team of paranormal researchers investigates the strange death of a Canadian scientist -- a case that yields just one clue: a photo of a boy in an empty room. The team soon discovers that the boy is actually a ghost, and using the latest technology, they capture his spirit. But as they unlock the secret of his death, the researchers realize that there's a much more powerful supernatural force at work.


Director: Chao-Bin Su
Not-Rated
108 mins 
(Taiwan)

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While celebrating her new apartment with her friends, a young woman suddenly and inexplicably leaps from the balcony, killing herself. Unconvinced that it was a suicide, the victim's sister searches for the sinister truth behind the tragedy. Her investigation into the apartment reveals a dark history and the existence of an unspeakable, powerful evil. What fate awaits the next tenant in this tale of terror?

Director: Ataru Oikawa
Not-Rated
94 mins
(Japanese)

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Kuchisake-onna (original title) / A Slit Mouth Woman

Three decades ago, a Japanese suburb was terrorized by the vengeful spirit of a woman in a surgical mask who asked victims, "Am I pretty?" before slaughtering them. Now, children in this community are disappearing again, leaving police and teachers to discover the reason and put an end to the new wave of carnage. Eriko Sato, Haruhiko Katô and Miki Mizuno star in director Kôji Shiraishi's terrifying chiller.


Director: Kôji Shiraishi
Not-Rated
90 mins
(Japanese)

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El orfanato (original title)

Fueled by fond memories from her childhood, Laura (Belén Rueda) persuades her husband (Fernando Cayo) to help her revamp a seaside orphanage into a facility for disabled children. But soon after the couple moves in, their son, Simón (Roger Príncep), begins exhibiting disturbing behavior. As Laura tries to understand Simón's increasingly malevolent actions, she becomes drawn into the house's terrifying secrets in this unnerving chiller.

R-Rated
110 mins
(Spanish-Mexican)

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Ju-on: Shiroi Rôjo / Ju-on: Kuroi Shôjo

Writer-director Takashi Shimizu toasts the 10th anniversary of his influential horror film Ju-on with two spooky shorts. In "White Ghost," a psychic teen terrorizes his family. In "Black Ghost," a patient learns the truth about a cyst in her body.


Director 1: Ryûta Miyake
Director 2: Mari Asato
Not-Rated
120 mins
(Japanese)
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Yeo-go-goi-dam 5 - Dong-ban-ja-sal (original title)

After five schoolgirls swear to stick together even in death, one of them kills herself. When the remaining gals refuse to take their own lives as their friend did, a dreadful force begins tormenting them, determined to make them keep their promise. Jong-yong Lee writes and directs this fifth installment of the popular Korean horror series. Eun-seo Son, Yeon-seo Oh, Min-jeong Song, Kyeong-ah Jang and Shin-ae Yu star.

Director: Jong-yong Lee
Not-Rated
88 mins
(South Korean)
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Delhi-based Rehan is instructed by his Realtor father to travel to Koti, near Shimla, and make preparations to sell Billimoria-owned 'Glen Manor' to the Mittal family for Rs.200 Crores. Upon arrival, he disregards warnings from local residents that the mansion is haunted by 'Shaitan'. Shortly thereafter he hears screams and inexplicable movement within the mansion. He then finds out that there are two entities that have persisted in this mansion for 80 years. Rehan will soon find himself transported back to August 17, 1936, where he hopes to change the past.  

Director: Vikram Bhatt
PG-13
143 mins
(Indian)

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Our Top Ten "Asian Horror Films (Arranged by Year)


aka Ring

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Yeogo Goedam (original title)

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Kairo (original title)

(Japanese)
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Honogurai mizu no soko kara (original title)

(Japanese)
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Gin Gwai (original title)

(Chinese)
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Janghwa, Hongryeon (original title)

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Chakushin ari (original title)

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Bunhongsin (original title)

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Synopsis' taken from:
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