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Army horror stories have a special place in every Singaporean male’s heart. Like roller coaster rides, they’re probably the safest and most convenient way to experience some measure of excitement and unpredictability, especially when you’re an NSF who’s stuck in camp. Besides “which camp are you from”, they’re the second best ice-breaker when it comes to talking to other random Singaporean male strangers — and they’re the basis for local horror film 2359: The Haunting Hour.
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Hollywood has definitely perfected the art of the superhero movie (just compare “Darna” to “Wonder Woman”), but when it comes to horror, Asian films are still king. Western horror movies focus on the shock factor and the special effects, but Asian films usually hit too close to home, by presenting horrific situations in everyday contexts. If you’re tired of looking at pumpkins and witches on broomsticks for Halloween, here are 10 Asian horror films that will foster that scary Halloween mood without a single mention of “Trick or Treat!” You won’t dare to switch off your lights after watching these films, no matter how high your electricity bill is.
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“Ouija: Origin of Evil” is a horror movie that’s the prequel to 2014’s “Ouija”. When an Ouija board enters their life, chaos ensues. It stars Annalise Basso (Paulina Zander), Elizabeth Reaser (Alice Zander), Lulu Wilson (Doris Zander), Henry Thomas (Father Tom), and Parker Mack (Mikey).
Halloween is fast approaching, so all this week, Yahoo Movies will be talking to stars who scared us silly in classic horror movies. Go here to read our complete Halloween coverage.
"Ouija: Origin of Evil," the well-reviewed prequel to 2014’s micro-budget horror hit "Ouija," is the latest film to explore the dangers of communicating with the spirit world through a plastic planchette. But the Ouija board wasn’t always the stuff of cinematic nightmares. It used to be a fun activity for families or couples who were curious about the unknown.
“The Neon Demon” is a horror drama about a young girl who comes to Los Angeles to be a model. It stars Elle Fanning (Jesse), Karl Glusman (Dean), Jena Malone (Ruby), Bella Heathcote (Gigi), Abbey Lee (Sarah), Desmond Harrington (Jack McCarther), Christina Hendricks, (Roberta Hoffman), Keanu Reeeves (Hank), and Alessandro Nivola (Robert Sarno). “The Neon Demon” should really be R21, not for the intimate scenes but for the sheer goriness that ensures.
No. Running time: 92 minutes (~ 1.5 hours) “Seoul Station” is an animated Korean zombie horror movie that’s the prequel to “Train to Busan.” It sees an estranged couple struggling to make their way to safety after a zombie outbreak erupts all around them. It is rated NC-16 “Seoul Station” is a shining example of how South Korea is technically proficient in creating animated features, but completely lacks the art design and vision to execute a good story. It’s no “Train to Busan” and its release now feels like a desperate attempt to cash in on its far superior sequel. Highlights Some humour elements in an otherwise bleak show It’s odd that there are comedic moments in a zombie movie, but it works well in the context of “Seoul Station.” It comes across as dark humour, but it’s also quite obvious that this is an unintentional effect.
“Blair Witch” is a found footage horror film that’s a sequel to 1999’s “The Blair Witch Project.” The brother of one of the victims from the first film returns to the haunted forest to look for his sister, but finds more than he expected. It stars James Allen McCune (James Donahue), Callie Hernandez (Lisa Arlington), Brandon Scott (Peter Jones), Corbin Reid (Ashley Bennett), Wes Robinson (Lane), and Valorie Curry (Talia). “Blair Witch” is one of those films that sounds like it’ll be a boring pain to watch, but ends being a horror film that leave you so tense that it’s almost impossible to function for a day after that.