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    Top 5 Foreign Language Horror Films To Watch

    Halloween is just around the corner and people celebrate this festival in their own way. While some like to tell spooky stories, others like to enjoy a good horror film with their family and friends. There are so many films in this genre that it’s hard to find the good ones.

    Here is a curated list of five of the best horror films. However, there is a catch to it. These aren’t the regular American films but the best of what foreign countries have to offer. So sit back and enjoy these spine-chilling movies on Halloween night with your loved ones.

    Related: Top 5 Korean Horror Movies To Watch

    Top 5 Foreign Language Horror Films To Watch On Halloween

    1) Train To Busan

    Train to Busan
    Train to Busan

    This South Korean fast-paced zombie horror flick chronicles a train traveling toward Busan during a zombie apocalypse. It’s easily one of the best zombie films to come out in recent times from a genre that’s already reached a saturation point.

    2) Diabolique

    Diabolique
    Diabolique

    This psychological horror has one of the biggest twist endings of all time. It follows a loathed school principal who is murdered by his wife and mistress. The body was dumped in a neglected swimming pool. But when the pool is drained the body is missing.

    3) Let Right One In

    Let The Right One In
    Let The Right One In

    This Swedish film tells the story of a mysterious girl named Eli who is the new neighbor to timid Oskar as they develop a close bond. The only problem is that she is a vampire. You can’t afford to miss this masterpiece.

    4) The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari

    The Cabinet Of Caligari
    The Cabinet Of Caligari

    The oldest film on this list, this 1920 German silent horror film is often regarded as one of the most influential in the genre. It was directed by Robert Wiene and written by Carl Mayer and Hans Janowitz.

    5) The Wailing

    The Wailing
    The Wailing

    Another South Korean entry in this list, this 2016 flick follows a policeman who investigates a series of mysterious killings and illnesses in a remote village named Gokseong in order to save his daughter. Just watch it and be blown by the sheer horror of this gem.

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