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Anyone know of any good Asian horror movies? what are some of your favorites
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Well, @shannonl5...there's Three Extremes, Rampo Noir, A Tale of Two Sisters, The Eye, Ju-On, Audition, Uzumaki: The Spiral, Marebito and a few others I can't think of at the moment! ^_^
Try the ring Japanese Version its terrifying...
@DanRodriguez yup I've watched Ju-on and A tale of Two Sisters. I'll have to check out the rest.Thanks a lot!
"White" is good. it's a Korean horror film lol
There's one called The Maid. It let me know THAT WE AREN'T SAFE OUTSIDE IN BROAD DAYLIGHT! Then there's To Sir, with Love (aka My Teacher, Teacher's Mercy and Bloody Reunion). Yeah it has that many titles. If you look up Bloody Reunion that might be easier.
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