Turn Halloween into a learning opportunity by choosing to indulge yourself with these spooky foreign films. Here are Nine Horror Movies that will help you learn another language. But they'll keep you up all night, too. Yikes!
Japanese - Audition (2000)
Audition is a Japanese horror movie about a widower named Shigeharu Aoyama, who sets an audition to meet the potential love of her life.
Korean - Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum (2018)
Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum is dubbed as Korea’s scariest horror movie. Set in a haunted asylum, a crew enters and broadcasts it live.
Mandarin - Dumplings (2004)
The screenplay follows a former gynecologist named Aunt Mei who performed abortions and makes dumplings with youth-restoring wonders.
Arabic - Kandisha (2008)
Kandisha, a famous jin, faces off with a lawyer Naila Al-Jaidi who attempts to uncover the truth on how her daughter died.
Italian and German - Suspiria (1977)
Suzy arrives in a ballet school in Germany on a stormy night, and no one lets her in. Mysterious deaths occur, and Suzy often feels ill. A secret history is then uncovered.
Filipino - The Road (2011)
The Road is a Filipino psychological thriller about investigators reopening a 12-year-old cold case about three teenagers' disappearance on the road.
French - Inside (2007)
This horror-thriller film is about a scissor-wielding psychopath terrorizing a pregnant widow, wanting to take her unborn baby.
Portuguese - Blood Curse (2006)
The movie centers on a family who inherited a cursed country home.
Spanish - Julia's Eyes (2010)
Julia Levin is continually haunted by the devastating death of her sister, Sara. Julia is convinced that something more dark and sinister is behind her sister's supposed suicide.