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ChellyRocker ChellyRocker 18-21, F 10 Answers Nov 15, 2012 in Movies & TV

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Let the Right One In.

Pan's Labyrinth.

The Orphanage.

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Nice touch, two Spanish and one Swedish! Good movie selections.

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Pan's Labyrinth.

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Oh, yeah, that was fantastic.

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Great film! Checkout The Devil's Backbone if you haven't already.

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Russian movie 'Nightwatch' was an awesome Sci-fi/horror (kinda horror, but not really) flick.

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The Seventh Seal by Ingmar Bergman

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Never saw it, but I will keep my eyes out for it.

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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.

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Bergman's The Virgin Spring

Polanski's Repulsion...that may have been English

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Try "Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale." Finnish film. It's dark and kind of genre less, horror+comedy+drama. Beautiful photography.



Very different from American splatter films catering to teenagers.

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I hate movies with subtitles. If I wanted to read, I'd pick up a book.

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A Separation was good. Not exceedingly dark though.

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Martyrs.

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