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The Others (2001); Dark Water (2005); Wind Chill (2007)

The Others (2001), starring Nicole Kidman is a very good psychological horror movie with an impressive ending twist.

In my point of view, horror movies that focus primarily on eeriness, uneasiness, and profound fear will fare much better than those that toy around with blood, gore, and physical pain. Different genre, I guess. But gore and horrible violence are never my cup of tea.

The best part of this movie, or rather its strength, lies in its ending whereby we'll be amazed at how we've been tricked into believing the whole story in the other way round. Wow. That's really neat. You should watch and feel those goosebumps crawling their way to the surface of your neck. :)


Wind Chill (2007), starring Emily Blunt is a rather slow-paced psychological horror movie with minimal paranormal elements.

Almost every scene in this movie was shot in a car that was stuck in the thickening snow on that fateful Christmas eve. Of course, there were times whereby the lead male and female protagonists went outside the car and got attacked by..... okay, by ghosts in flesh and blood. :S

Well, not a bad movie to kill time though. LOL. You know what I mean, I hope.


Dark Water (2005), starring Jennifer Connelly and cute Perla Haney-Jardine is a remake of the 2002 Japanese psychological horror movie of the same name. And yes, Dark Water is very dark, both the Japanese and American version.

If you've watched the Japanese version, you won't be disappointed with this remake. This can be considered as one of the successful remakes.

As I've mentioned earlier on, good psychological movies will give you ample doses of darkness, eeriness, and fear till you couldn't sit still. And that's what Dark Water is also capable of.

In fact, any horror movie with ghost kids will scare the s*** out of you, especially if they mean harm. :S


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