10 new non-English-language horror movies coming our way soon.
There may be a lack in American or English-language horror movies but we have yet to witness some great Foreign horror. Hopefully, there will something in this list for everyone, I hope you enjoy.
New vampire horror/comedy from Norway. Trailer looks to have a bit of everything that comes with a classic vampire tale. Looks to be quite gruesome with the FX looking to be some of the best in the business.
Very rare that horror and comedy work well together but this looks to have the best of both worlds; the darkness, fangs, blood and nudity that we see in every respectable vampire films, blended in with some dark, twisted and morbid humour….and buckets of blood.
A Christian farmer searching for a higher purpose to life falls into sin and wakes up as the Prince of Darkness in the city of Stavanger, Norway.
Country: Canada (French)
Just because we can never have enough zombie movies. I posted a short clip on my Moviehooker Facebook Page of a scene from the movie. A woman dressed in a business suit pulls over her car, grabs a machete, turns on some suitable slaughtering vibes and proceeds to slice-and-dice a near by zombie.
In a small, remote village in upstate Quebec, things have changed. Locals are not the same anymore – their bodies are breaking down and they developed an outlandish attraction for flesh.
OK, this looks bonkers. Japan has been home to some of best horror that the world has to offer. When I heard about Vampire Clay I had to look further into the film. A plot stating “A plasticine demon devours the denizens of a rural art school” wasn’t gonna cut it for me.
This looks to a neat little creature-feature. And yes, it’s about a plasticine monster killing the students of an art school, so what is not to love about that.
Directed by renowned Japanese make-up artist Soichi Umezawa who made his directorial debut in ABC’s Of Death 2 “Segment (Y) Is For Youth”.
A plasticine demon devours the denizens of a rural art school (Best. Plot. Ever)
I first posted the stunning poster for Norwegian sci-fi adventure movie, Thelma a few days back on my Moviehooker Facebook Page.
Due to a weak but intriguing synopsis on IMDb, It wasn’t long before I hunted down the trailer. After watching the trailer I none the wiser, I just knew this was something that we would all love.
A woman begins to fall in love, only to discover that she has fantastic powers.
BLACK HOLLOW CAGE
Not very often we get the chance to witness any horror or sci-fi from Switzerland, so this is very exciting. Judging by the short plot, Black Hollow Cage sounds like will be an indie sci-fi that would remind you of the fantastic Spanish time-travel movie, Timecrimes. Not that we have a similar plot, but using very little cast members, that with the events taking place in a secluded area. These are all the ingredients of an indie sci-fi masterpiece! – you heard it here first, folks!
A girl who lives secluded in a house in the woods with the only company of her father and a wolfhound finds among the trees a mysterious cubic device with the ability to change the past.
From the director of the whacky and wonderful Witching & Bitching, Álex de la Iglesia. Although we don’t have any zombies, monsters, or werewolves, The Bar is still described as a horror movie. This is humans Vs humans horror. If you’re familiar with Witching & Bitching then you’ll know how bat-shit-crazy The Bar could get.
In bustling downtown Madrid, a loud gunshot and two mysterious deaths trap a motley assortment of common urbanites in a decrepit central bar, while paranoia and suspicion force the terrified regulars to turn on each other.
I REMEMBER YOU
I Remember You is an Icelandic supernatural horror. For some reason, every Icelandic movie I’ve watched I’m always left stunned by the cinematography. There is no denying that Iceland is a beautiful country, but man, they sure can make it look bleak AF. The first film I realised this was the fantastic Jar City, and it’s something I’ve always noticed since. It ain’t a bad thing, in fact, it works in its favour. I am sure if we have a lighter, more family-friendly genre then it would depict Iceland in all its glory. But, because we’re watching horror, the tone had to be set differently.
A story about a young man and woman who move into a small abandoned town in Iceland to renovate an old house. Little do they know the town has a dark history.
VALLEY OF SHADOWS
Everything I’ve read has pointed to Valley Of Shadows being a Scandinavian werewolf movie. Shot in a remote part of Norway, it looks to be a film that is heavily focused on its atmospheric surroundings with minimal dialogue and heavy visuals
The directorial debut from Jonas Matzow Gulbrandsen.
In this mystery drama, we follow Aslak (6) in a quest for answers about recent tragic events. Valley of Shadows is a film in the tradition of the Scandinavian Gothic.
A SICILIAN GHOST STORY
A Sicilian Ghost Story has been described as more of a thriller than a horror. However, there is still supernatural elements to the movie, also a gruesome death – so it makes the list.
In a little Sicilian village at the edge of a forest, Giuseppe, a boy of 13, vanishes. Luna, his classmate who loves him, refuses to accept his mysterious disappearance. She rebels against the silence and complicity that surround her, and to find him she descends into the dark world which has swallowed him up and which has a lake as its mysterious entrance. Only their indestructible love will be able to bring her back along.
From Joko Anwar, the director behind the amazing 2009 movie The Forbidden Door and more recently, Ritual.
Not so sure if this film is my sort of thing as it looks very much like The Ring. I am only judging this by the trailer, so I will pass full judgement when I finally get to see the flick.
After dying of a strange illness he suffered for 3 years, a mother returned home to pick up her son.
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