Despite its exciting premise, the stakes have never been lower in Zhang Chong’s strange psycho-fantasy.
It surely shouldn’t take a fantasy psychodrama to learn that bad things happen when you drill holes in people’s heads.
In John Hsu’s adaptation of Detention the terror is frighteningly real.
Horror director Mari Asato brings us a stalker film strikingly and purposefully devoid of scares.
An icon of J-Horror tries his hand at something more psychological: how well does he fare?
An aspiring actress learns that fame has a price in this tense psycho-drama.
It’s unsure who is the cat and who is the mouse in Kim Tae-kyun’s psychological thriller.
Oh dear god. Well, at least they tried?
A young starlet questions reality itself in Satoshi Kon’s Hitchcockian thriller
Coherence is abandoned for the fantastical in Matsumoto Hitoshi’s sophomore cinematic outing Symbol.
Pang Ho-cheung’s housing market-themed slasher film is never sure if it’s funny, scary or neither.
A tense plot and a brooding atmosphere come together to make psychological horror perfection