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Films Scary Fun 

9 International Horror Films on Netflix that You Need to See

Real horror fans read subtitles. There, I said it! At least once a week I’ll post up an article about an international horror film, and within seconds a whiny comment will appear lamenting about how the movie has subtitles. Real horror fans will read subtitles. So, for this week’s Netflix round-up, I have selected a […]

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10 Terrific International Horror Films Available on Netflix

Each year, some of Blumhouse.com’s favorite horror films are made outside of the USA. The horror genre is global, and it is fascinating to not only see another culture’s films, but to also gain insight into how fears and social dynamics change by region. Netflix does a phenomenal job of supporting international films, and currently […]

Films Real Life Scares 

10 Lesser-Known Horror Films You Need to See

There are as many definitions of ‘horror’ as there are horror fans. Fear is subjective, as are film experiences, and diversity of views is one of the most exciting things about the genre. For every mainstream spookfest, then, there is an unusual, daring and experimental horror film that breaks boundaries and challenges audiences. While they […]

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5 Ridiculously Gory Japanese Horror Films [Video]

Looking for some international ooze and splatter? Check out our video below on five incredibly gore-filled Japanese horror flicks.

Films Scary Fun 

10 Terrifying International Horror Films You Likely Missed

Let’s take a trip around the world with some international horror deep cuts. Some of these films were never released in the USA or were never given the acclaim they deserve, but they all are scary as hell! COMING SOON (2008, Thailand) This is one of the most frightening horror films I have seen in […]

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This Horror Short Will Give You Chills in Under 3 Minutes!

For today’s horror short film, we look at one of the most effective and chilling horror shorts I’ve seen. From 2014, here is director Ignacio F. Rodo’s TUCK ME IN, a brisk and twisted tale of a seemingly normal bedtime.