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In recent years France has been releasing films that continue to push the boundaries of violence and psychological horror. This is an introductory guide from Subtitled Online of where to start to get the most of French horror films.
Sci-Fi and Horror often mix in books and films, Daniel Greenfield from HubPages has written this article about why it works so well when they do overlap.
If you enjoy films such as Ring, Ju-on and A Tale of Two Sisters, you might find other great Asian films from this list from the Horror-Movies website.
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