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31 Days of Halloween: Day #28 … My Top Asian Horror Flicks To Watch

Welcome back to my 31 Days of Halloween series.  Today is Day #28, and I’m listing my top Asian Horror flicks.

It’s interesting that most horror movies that you see today are based on Asian culture, horror, and short stories. Four of the 7 on my list have been remade in America, but personally, their predecessors are much scarier.

From grudges to violet deaths, or revenge if you’ve seen it in America it first came to fruition there.

So here is are my top Asian Horror Flicks.


STORYLINE: A young photographer and his girlfriend discover mysterious shadows in their photographs after a tragic accident. They soon learn that you can not escape your past.


Ju On

STORYLINE: A mysterious and vengeful spirit marks and pursues anybody who dares enter the house in which it resides.



One Missed Call

STORYLINE:  People mysteriously start receiving voicemail messages from their future selves, foretelling their deaths. [Source IMBD]



STORYLINE: A group of young friends is rocked by the sudden suicide of one of their own and his subsequent ghostly reappearance in grainy computer and video images. Soon, there are more strange deaths and disappearances, terrifying rooms sealed in red tape, and the appearance of more ghosts as the world is drained of life. [IMBD]


Ghost Photo’s: The Cursed Images

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STORYLINE: Toshiko, a high school student, receives a text message and picture from her brother, whom she has not seen in years. The image foretells the death of a woman a day later. This is only the first of many haunting images that appear throughout the film. (IMBD)



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STORYLINE: A reporter and her ex-husband investigate a cursed video tape that is rumored to kill the viewer seven days after watching it.


Gonjiam: Haunted Aslyum

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STORYLINE: The crew of a horror web series travels to an abandoned asylum for a live broadcast. It soon encounters much more than expected as it moves deeper inside the nightmarish old building.


To this day these movies give me a bit a chill, and rewatching the trailers is still as creepy as it was the first time I viewed them.  On the scary-creep factor scare, these movies ARE NOT for the faint of heart.  Not necessarily gory, but scary all the same.

So if you’re a serious horror fan, check out my list … if you dare.  

What is your favorite style of horror movie?  Let me know down in the comments.Thank you so much for visiting my blog today.  Don’t forget to subscribe so you don’t miss any post in this series.   — Happy Halloween!