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'What's French for 'I Just Shit Myself?'': Art-House Horror

Only the most experimental and intelligent make it on to this eclectic collection of art-house horror films, which expand and subvert the traditional iconography of the genre and give whole new definitions to fear. Make sure to give 'Begotten' a watch for something truly terrifying!

'Movies Like The Wicker Man': Chilling Cult Nightmares

Sorry to have to spell it out like that, but it's so damn easy to confuse these films with cult horror. So, just to be clear, this collection features movies with 'relatively small groups of people having religious beliefs or practices regarded by others as strange or sinister' not films that have 'small but active fan followings'. Savvy?

Best 70s Horror Movies

Known as the slasher's heyday, the 70s has a lot to offer horror-hounds, and we've collected the cream of the crop. Check out 'The Other' for a suitably creepy hidden-gem featuring a set of twins on an isolated farm; one seems like a norma little boy, the other... not so much.

'Movies Like Suspiria': Classic Foreign Horror

Efforts from the Italians, French, Japanese, Spanish, and many more, make up this truly diverse collection of classic foreign-language horror films. Go on, pat yourself on the back and feel cultured as you enjoy helpless victims of all colors and creeds meet their gory, totally undeserved, deaths!

Dario Argento Horror

Italian director Dario Argento is best known for his work in the subgenre of Giallo: a 20th century movement in Italian film and cinema defined by murder mystery tinged with an erotic-horror sensibility. Make sure to check out his two great masterpieces 'Deep Red' and 'Suspiria', for non-stop thrills (not all of the innocent variety).

'Movies Like Suspiria': Erotic Euro-Horror Classics

And you thought you knew Euro Trash? You ain't seen nothing until you've checked out this collection of sadistic witches, scantily clad vampires, and sex-obsessed demons.

'Movies Like Deep Red': Gruesomest of Giallo

“Giallo” might mean “yellow” in Italian, but these films aren’t for the easily spooked. The movement flourished in the 1970s with a tendency towards gorgeous female leads, masked misogynistic maniacs, and blood, blood, blood.

'Movies Like Tenebre': Italian Gothic Horror

While the gothic movement may not have started in Italy, it certainly found a happy home in the golden age of Italian horror movies: during which the country's directors brought to life vampires, witches, and ghosts in lurid detail. Note, some titles don't translate so well.

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