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Suspiria (1977)

The only thing more terrifying than the last 12 minutes of this film are the first 92.
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Suspiria - The Only Thing More Terrifying Than The Last 12 Minutes Of This Film Are The First 92.

Suspiria is 1977 horror movie co-written and directed by Italian horror movie master Dario Argento. The plot revolves around Suzy Bannion (Jessica Harper), an American dance student who travels to Germany to attend a world renowned ballet school.She arrives at the ballet school late at night in the middle of a terrible rain storm to be confronted b... Click to read more "Suspiria"

The Sweet House of Horrors (1989)

Grisly and claustrophobic... and made for TV.
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The Sweet House of Horrors (La dolce casa degli orrori)

It may well be maybe a possibly well know fact that when Lucio Fulci made non-zombie films he was out of his nut on various psychotropic drugs. A huge chunk of apparent evidence is in The Sweet House of Horrors (La dolce casa degli orrori). As the infamous master of gore, Fulci manages to take potentially no gruesome situations and fill them with b... Click to read more "The Sweet House of Horrors"

Tomie: Unlimited (Tomie: Anrimiteddo) (2011)

Exist everywhere, extend everywhere.
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Tomie: Unlimited (Tomie: Anrimiteddo) - Exist everywhere, extend everywhere.

Those familiar with the works of Noboru Iguchi (horror films such as The Machine Girl and Mutant Girls Squad rather than his previous enema and scatology works) won’t be in for any surprises with Tomie: Unlimited. An emotionally confusing story touching on a number of sensitive subjects in a non-sensitive manner with a hidden depth poking satirical... Click to read more "Tomie: Unlimited (Tomie: Anrimiteddo)"

The Victim (Phii khon pen) (2006)

Intense Thai horror from Monthon Arayangkoon.
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The Victim - Intense Thai Horror from Monthon Arayangkoon

The Victim (Phii khon pen) is an incredibly well crafted (and also incredibly confusing) Asian horror movie from Thai director Monthon Arayangkoon. The confusion element is a major part of the brilliance of the movie, if you are a big fan of Asian horror movies I would recommend that you watch the movie before reading this review... and then probab... Click to read more "The Victim (Phii khon pen)"

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