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Spanish Horror

WARNING: This Article May Contain Spoilers Second to probably Japanese horrors, those that come out of Spain are possibly some of the scariest and my favourites. I’m going to talk about this a few times in this article so I’ll get it out the way now very quickly (but be warned, I will repeat myself …

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English Horror

WARNING: This Article May Contain Spoilers I’m sure we all know that the English are famous for their horror films – as Hammer Horror started in London. Now I could write a whole article just on that, but I won’t (or will I?) Instead I want to talk about other home grown films, some that …

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Celtic Horror

WARNING: This Article Contains Spoilers This originally started out as a British Horror article but it was gradually becoming English-heavy. So, I have decided to separate the English from their Celtic neighbours and present you with both a beloved film of mine and those that are completely new to me – but that’s what this …

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North American Horror

WARNING: This Article Contains Spoilers Now, I know what you’re all going to think when you reach the end of this article is “how can she talk about North American horror and not cover films from the USA?” Well, put it this way – the majority of the horror films we sit and enjoy at …

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Kiwi Horror

WARNING: This Article May Contain Spoilers I’ll be honest, there isn’t much more I can say in regards to Kiwi horror than I did for Aussie horror a few months back. Maybe being from the same part of the world has caused this side-effect but as we all you know – you should never compare …

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French Horror

WARNING: This Article May Contain Spoilers I think the important thing about French horror is that it reminds the viewer that it doesn’t need to be gory to be scary. I’ve noticed, a lot of the time they take a much more psychological angle towards things and sometimes it pans out and other times it …

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Australian Horror

WARNING: This Article May Contain Spoilers Aussie horror can usually go one of two ways – extremely cheesy or down right terrifying. However, a few of the films mentioned below do slightly take the road less travelled and end up somewhere in between. I’m gutted to say that I was unable to get hold of …

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