The Book of Lists - Horror: Lisa Morton's Top Ten Asian Horror Moviesby MinaGrentham | created - 06 Sep 2014 | updated - 06 Sep 2014 | Public
Lisa Morton's fiction has appeared in many books and magazines, including the award-winning anthologies The Museum of Horrors and Dark Delicacies. She won the 2006 Bram Stoker Award for Short Fiction for her story "Tested." She has also written several films, including Meet the Hollowheads, and two nonfiction books, The Cinema of Tsui Hark and The Halloween Encyclopedia.
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1. Song at Midnight (1937)
Not Rated | 113 min | Drama, Horror, Romance
China's first horror film, this is loosely based on The Phantom of the Opera. A disfigured musical genius roams a traditional Chinese opera house, punishing those who offend him.
4. Sien nui yau wan (1987)
Unrated | 98 min | Action, Comedy, Fantasy
After a string of bad luck, a debt collector has no other choice than to spend the night in a haunted temple, where he encounters a ravishing female ghost and later battles to save her soul from the control of a wicked tree demon.
Unrated | 96 min | Comedy, Crime, Horror
Cops investigate a criminal running an unsuspecting restaurant, while trying to trace the steps back to how he ended up running it suddenly.
7. Battle Royale (2000)
Not Rated | 114 min | Adventure, Drama, Sci-Fi
In the future, the Japanese government captures a class of ninth-grade students and forces them to kill each other under the revolutionary "Battle Royale" act.
9. The Host (2006)
R | 120 min | Action, Drama, Horror
A monster emerges from Seoul's Han River and focuses its attention on attacking people. One victim's loving family does what it can to rescue her from its clutches.
Votes: 82,075 | Gross: $2.20M