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Gin gwai (2002)
Move over "Hallowen". Here comes "The Eye".
Until I saw "The Eye", my #1 all time fright film was "Halloween". Not anymore. This film had me jumping even during the opening credits. Very well acted with a femlae lead whom you care about and the 2 directors did an excellent job. I hope no one will do an American version of this because it will lose something in the translation. (Although "The Ring" is an exception.)It is touching, sad and also very scary at the same time.
The Others (2001)
Can't say too much without spoiling the film.
I was blown away by this film that still proves that what you don't see is scarier than what you do. it is very difficult to say anything about this film without giving away plot points. Suffice to say, I will be seeing this more than once and will be a future DVD purchase. (Now if only Alejandro Amenabar would release the excellent "Open Your Eyes" on DVD)