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O sobie: The Top 10 Foreign Horror Movies

Halloween is just around the corner and it is time to stock up on the best horror movies to enjoy the witching hour. With so many great horror films to choose from, it is sometimes easy to overlook the gems from outside of America. Here is a look at ten of the best foreign horror movies to watch while celebrating the Halloween season.

"Let the Right One In" - While the American remake was good, the original Swedish version of "Let the Right One In" is one of the greatest vampire movies ever made. The movie follows a child vampire who befriends a human child, but her motives might not be pure. The atmosphere is fantastic.

"Audition" - Takashi Miike directs this foreign horror movie about a widow whose son convinces him to get out and meet women again. Unfortunately, he chooses to set up a fake audition for a movie to find the right woman and the one he chooses has a secret that proves to be deadly.

"[REC]" - This 2007 foreign horror film was remade as "Quarantine," but the original version remains the superior effort. It is a found footage horror film that traps a television reporter and her crew in an apartment building where infected individuals become crazed killers.

"Ringu" - The 1998 Japanese horror film, "Ringu," became one of the most successful American remakes of a foreign horror film, and kick started the entire remake craze. The movie tells the story of a curse that kills anyone who watches a specific videotape seven days after they view it.

"Suspiria" - Dario Argento is a master of horror, and his 1977 Italian film "Suspiria" is his masterpiece. The movie tells the story of an American ballet student who enrolls in an academy in Germany, only to discover that it is home to a coven of witches.

"A Tale of Two Sisters" - This foreign horror movie was remade in America as "The Uninvited," but don't hold that against the original film. The movie tells the story of a girl who returns home from a mental asylum, only to find her father's new wife might pose a danger to her and her beloved sister.

"The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari" - Pulling out a classic, the 1920 German Expressionist film "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari" tells the story of a carnival barker whose top attraction is a somnambulist, a sleepwalker that he controls. The somnambulist becomes the main suspect when people begin to wind up dead.

"The Devil's Backbone" - Guillermo Del Toro directs this Spanish horror film about a young boy placed in an old orphanage during the Spanish Civil War. While there, he finds himself haunted by the ghost of a young boy who becomes increasingly violent as he tries to find vengeance for his death.

"Thirst" - Park Chan-wook directs this Korean horror film, one of the most unique vampire movies ever made. The film features a Catholic priest who agrees to volunteer for a test vaccine for a deadly virus, only to find the vaccine turns him into a vampire. The juxtaposition of the vampire blood lust and the priest's Catholic guilt makes this an interesting film.

"The Host" - Boog Joon-ho directs the South Korean monster movie, "The Host," a film that owes a lot to the classic Japanese "Godzilla" movies. Something causes a monster to arrive on a Korean shore and attack the people of the city. What makes this foreign horror movie so great is that it follows one singular family trying to survive.

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