7 scariest Asian horror movies to watch this HalloweenBy Vika https://pictolic.com/en/article/7-scariest-asian-horror-movies-to-watch-this-halloween
Undoubtedly, some of the most terrifying cinematic masterpieces were created here in Asia. So if you are a ghost lover, be sure to check out these Asian horror movies this Halloween.
To accompany you this Halloween, we list the scariest Asian horror movies to watch. Prepare popcorn and maybe even blankets - just to hide when it gets too scary.
1. Call, Japan.
The Japanese version of The Bell is horror, and if you were a kid in the early 2000s, it probably continues to haunt you to this day.
2. Damnation, Japan.
A creepy vision of a little boy, a creaky haunted house, and a terrifying ghost of a despised woman. But there is something genius and subtle in the film by Japanese director Takashi Shimizu.
3. Dark waters, Japan.
The newly divorced Yoshimi Matsubara is forced to move into a gloomy old apartment with her daughter. She soon notices a dark spot on the ceiling through which water appears to seep - as this happens, strange things begin to happen, including disturbing visions of a ghostly little girl who seems to be pulling the mother and son duo towards the supernatural.
4. A story of two sisters, South Korea.
In this psychological thriller, a girl returns home to her father, sister, and desperate stepmother after spending time in shelters.
5. Train to Busan, South Korea.
In the agony of a zombie outbreak, Gong Yoo and his estranged daughter are trapped on a speeding train bound for Busan, the only city in the country where they will be safe. They soon discover that there are infected passengers on the train, and the onboard zombie army begins to multiply at an alarming rate.
6. Shutter, Thailand.
The saying “a picture is worth a thousand words” takes on new meaning in this iconic classic. Fleeing from a tragic accident, a photographer named Tun and his girlfriend Jane begin to see strange figures in the photographs they take - pretty soon there is horror behind the scenes.
7. Conjiam Mental Hospital, Philippines.
Gongjiam Mental Hospital is South Korea's contribution to the "horror movie genre." The film is based on a real-life psychiatric hospital of the same name and tells the story of the film crew of horror series that is sent to an abandoned shelter for the live broadcast.