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Top 5 European-Made Horror Films You Should Watch

Posted on: September 15th, 2020

Fantastic horror movies are made throughout the world. You can bet that most countries have at least a single film that meets fans’ expectations in this genre. If you don’t like betting, you can always head to bingo sites with free signup bonus no deposit required. They allow you to pick your ticket price and rewards, and play 90-ball and other bingo variations in themed rooms.

Once you decide to take a break, you can check out the best European-made horror movies we selected below. These films do an excellent job of implementing spooky music, creepy creatures, and other factors that make a horror film scary. Check out our list and get ready for a good old scare!

Goodnight Mommy (2014)
You know that a horror movie is good if the majority of review sites put it at the top of their lists. Goodnight Mommy comes from Austria and stars twin boys Lukas and Elias Schwarz (fun fact – the actors’ names in real life are also Lukas and Elias).

The boys love their mother, but they’ve noticed changes in behaviour after moving into a new home. Things get heated up when mom gets a cosmetic surgery, which begs the question – who is the person under the bandages?

Let the Right One In (2008)
If you have a horror movie, it doesn’t hurt to put a romantic twist on it. That is what this Swedish film does, and it helps that every detail is done the right way. Stockholm in the 1980s is the location of the events where a teen boy befriends a vampire kid.

Let the Right One In creates a tense atmosphere and explores the relationship between the two children. It is an award-winning feature that received multiple awards for its narration.

REC (2007)
Here is a Spanish movie whose plot revolves around emergency workers and TV reporters coming to a building that’s been put in quarantine. The people there start to exhibit strange behaviour, but no one knows the answer behind the mystery.

REC was so good that they filmed two sequels after the original, but they never lived up to the expectations.

The Orphanage (2007)
We love the Spanish horror movie industry, and The Orphanage is a true gem. The plot begins when a woman moves back to her childhood home and brings her family.

However, the problem is that the house used to serve as a place for raising disabled children. The woman’s son meets an invisible friend soon, and all hell breaks loose. The Orphanage shows how kids can be scary, especially if they are wearing a scarecrow mask.

The Night Eats the World (2018)
Can you imagine a horror movie list without zombies? Neither can we, which is why we included a French movie called The Night Eats the World.

Everything seems to be okay in the beginning as Sam attends a party and has plenty of fun. After waking up in the morning, he realises that he is alone in the room. For the things to be even worse, it seems like zombies have invaded the streets of Paris. What will be the plan for surviving?

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