Get ready to be engulfed in a world of chilling suspense, supernatural encounters, and eerie mysteries as we delve into the haunting realms of “The Wailing” (2016), “The Medium” (2021), and “The Dark Cinema” (2019). Brace yourself to be consumed by a whirlwind of spine-tingling thrills, as these films unravel tales of darkness and uncertainty. Prepare to be captivated, thrilled, and unsettled as we explore the depths of these cinematic masterpieces. Where the line between reality and the supernatural blurs and the forces of darkness reign supreme. These Top 3 Supernatural Horror Movies will grip your senses, sending shivers down your spine and leaving you on the edge of your seat.
Brace yourself for a journey through the unknown. Where fear lurks in every shadow and secrets unfold in the most unexpected ways. Prepare yourself to captivate the relentless suspense, experience heart-pounding thrills, and encounter unforgettable stories that will linger in your thoughts long after the credits roll.
The Wailing (2016)
‘The Stranger’ by renowned director Na Hong-jin (‘The Yellow Sea’) made a great impression on critics and audiences alike, winning Best Director at the Asian Film Awards. When it arrived at the festival from Sitges, well, that was a party. The film follows a policeman investigating a series of murders and seemingly inexplicable illnesses in the remote village of Gokseong. Prudently moving away from unnecessary shock. ‘The Stranger’ nonetheless retains all the disturbing juice of the best stories not to sleep.
The Medium 2021
After the tremendous success of ‘The Stranger’, ‘The Medium’ (with Na Hong Jin as the producer) faced overwhelming expectations. More, if we consider the campaign of “passed out people” and “ambulances leaving the cinema” since its first screening, in Thailand. The film, in short, is not to lose sleep once and for all. But no one can deny Pisanthanakun the resounding intensity of his proposal. A mockumentary about the curse unleashed by the niece of a healer and spiritual leader in a rural area of Thailand. A necessary heroine in times of unease.
The Dark Cinema (2019)
Burmese terror arrives! The scarcity of film production, particularly in the genre film category, in Myanmar is truly surprising. However, the exported films from the country possess a distinct and truly unique flavor. ‘The Dark Cinema’ follows a group of colleagues who apply to an international competition to set up a film festival. Finally, they reach an agreement with the owner of a historic cinema, now abandoned, to install their festival there. But (hey, terrifying trap door), what they don’t know is that the best reasons led to the abandonment of the building. The theme and the forms will be familiar to us. But look for that unique flavor, the umami of terror.
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