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So obviously one difference between Spanish horror and mainstream horror is the subtitles, but there are other hints here and there that it is something different altogether. Horror movies don’t really need to belong to one sub-genre or another in order be terrifying, but separating them is necessary it seems. These films listed below though are some of the most spine-tingling films that you’ll likely ever see and more than that only a couple of them have ever seemed to see the light of day when it comes to going mainstream. All of them however are terrifying enough just watching the trailer to think that they’d be hard to watch on a dark night all by yourself. A good horror film will leave you unable to stop squirming in your seat, no matter if you’re able to watch horror or not. Of course if you’re not a horror buff and are scared by something like Jurassic Park then these films will absolutely terrorize you and cause nightmares for the next week or so. The essence of a good horror movie is that it doesn’t matter if it has subtitles or not, it only matters if it can make the hairs on your arm rise and the dread start to build in the back of your mind. That’s when you know it’s good.
Just take a look at some of these clips and try to say that they wouldn’t make you jump.
Julia - Twin - Sister - Sara - Julia
When Julia’s twin sister Sara apparently commits suicide Julia isn’t convinced, though everyone else thinks she’s overreacting. As her sight begins to fail due to a progressive degeneration that she can’t control she continues to hallucinate about a man that continually hides in the shadows. She’s almost certain that he’s real, but no one else seems able to see him. When...
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