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10 Best Asian Horror Films


Philip Chung, the columnist of “Reel Stories” of Asia Week lists down the 10 Best Asian Horror Films. Our very own Pinoy movie "The Echo" was in the list. Isn't that great?

Here is the complete tally of the 10 Best Asian Horror Films:

1. Ringu (1998, Japan)
2. The Host (2006, South Korea)
3. Ugetsu (1953, Japan)
4. A Tale of Two Sisters (2003, South Korea)
5. Chinese Ghost Story (1987, Hong Kong)
6. Audition (1999, Japan)
7. The Echo (2004, Philippines)
8. Matango (1963, Japan)
9. Shutter (2004, Thailand)
10. Song at Midnight (1937, China)

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2 comments

  1. uglykidjoey  

    May 2, 2009 at 4:55 PM

    I just watched "The Audition" right now, its weird and creepy...

  2. abcdelizabeth  

    June 30, 2009 at 2:34 PM

    i have no idea why the audition makes anybodys list for "best". its extremely slow, throws in a bit of the story every now and then, and then gives you three-five minutes of blood and action at the ending scenes :/. People feel the ending is enough reason to watch this film, in my opinion, its not worth the time. I dont really think its a "horror" film either.
    Some movies worth mentioning are "Battle Royale", "Lady Vengeance", "Sympathy for Mr.Vengeance", *"The Uninvited", *"Tale of Two Sisters", "Old Boy", "A Bittersweet Life", and "Perfect Blue".
    The two with stars might fall under horror. The others are mainly thriller/drama/action.


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