Let the Right One In.<br />
Pan's Labyrinth. <br />
Nice touch, two Spanish and one Swedish! Good movie selections.
Oh, yeah, that was fantastic.
Great film! Checkout The Devil's Backbone if you haven't already.
Russian movie 'Nightwatch' was an awesome Sci-fi/horror (kinda horror, but not really) flick.
The Seventh Seal by Ingmar Bergman
Never saw it, but I will keep my eyes out for it.
Good! It's not too dark of a film but it does have that aspect to it. The story is mostly of a man who doesn't have faith in the things he can't see. It's a spiritual journey and he plays chess with death who tries to sway him to the dark side and keep him from believing.
Bergman's The Virgin Spring<br />
Polanski's Repulsion...that may have been English
Try "Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale." Finnish film. It's dark and kind of genre less, horror+comedy+drama. Beautiful photography. <br />
Very different from American splatter films catering to teenagers.
I hate movies with subtitles. If I wanted to read, I'd pick up a book.
A Separation was good. Not exceedingly dark though.
Mexican film Heli, it's an excellent dark vision of the dark reality of Mexico.