Are you ready to experience a chill down your spine? Get ready for a terrifying journey through the horror genre with three unforgettable movies: “Goodnight Mommy” (2014), “The Strangers” (2008), and “Dumplings” (2004). These movies take us into the darkest corners of the human psyche. Exploring the depths of fear, paranoia, and desperation.
From the twisted tale of a mother’s doppelganger tormenting her children in “Goodnight Mommy” to the chilling story of masked intruders terrorising a couple in “The Strangers,”. And the grotesque horror of “Dumplings,” each of these movies offers a unique and terrifying experience that will leave you on the edge of your seat. So, get ready to face your fears and dive into the world of horror with these three unforgettable movies.
Goodnight Mommy (2014)
Directors: Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala
A mother whose face is covered in bandages, and who may not be their mother, is accompanied by two twins. A great and chilling Austrian film that will not leave you indifferent. Scariest moment: The kids are having fun on an innocent adventure until they discover a pile of bones in a cave, a scene implicitly reminiscent of the Holocaust.
The Strangers (2008)
Director: Bryan Bertino
A couple goes to a cabin away from the madding crowd in a forest. Suddenly, at night, they are visited by a group of masked strangers. Scariest moment: When you discover the true randomness of violence.
Directed by: Fruit Chan
The story of “Dumplings” revolves around an elderly dumpling maker from Hong Kong and a TV actress who feels that her best days are behind her due to her husband’s infidelity with a younger woman. The dumpling maker, known as Aunt Mei, possesses a secret recipe that has the power to rejuvenate and prolong life. Bai Ling hides a monstrous secret. Scariest moment: When you finally realise what’s inside those mouth-watering, juicy steamed dumplings.