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If there's one lesson we should all have learned over the years, it's this: movies from other countries are seriously scary. From South Korea to Spain, international horror filmmakers have made it their mission to terrify - and that mission is going well.

The latest entry in the international horror canon - the Argentine Necrophobia 3D, is on its way to Cannes, and intent on freaking everybody out on its way. The synopsis is below, but it's the trailer that'll give you a full idea of just how creepy this film looks. You can check it out below:

“Dante is a tailor whose phobia prevents him from being in contact with death. Whenever he is in front of a dead body, he experiences a creepy feeling that makes him lose his mind. His illness is exacerbated when his twin brother dies and sees his “own” face in a coffin. From this traumatic event, the walls of reality crumble and several close people are killed by someone who wants to incriminate him. Dante must solve the riddle of death and thus discover a reality that is almost impossible…”

What do you guys think? Is Necrophobia a scary enough fear for you? Let me know below!


Is Necrophobia a scary enough fear for the movie, or would you rather see different one?



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