Every year, The Golden Trailer Awards assesses the greatest in the world of movie trailers. From superheroes to documentaries to mind-bending horror madness, the GTAs have it all. Check out the 5 movie trailers voted as the best foreign horror trailers of the year.
Note: The Golden Trailer awards has two categories for horror: best foreign horror trailer and best horror trailer (see here).
1. Baskin (IFC Midnight, Zealot)
A movie with a lot of brain and heart - mostly splattered all over the floor - Baskin is the most fucked-up horror in recent memory, even causing audience members to walk out during the premiere. Believe the hype.
2. Goodnight Mommy (Radius, Mark Woollen & Associates)
After being hailed as the 'scariest horror trailer of all time', this bizarro tale of two twins and their creepy post-surgery mother packs a slick, stylish punch you won't forget in a hurry.
3. Paranormal Drive (Ultra Story, Vadzim Khudabets)
A couple's life starts going all kinds of wrong when their new car seems to be inhabited by a vengeful ghost with a penchant for blood. My Russian buddy - and I'm trusting her to not give me anything filthy here - says 'Выглядит очень круто!'
4. Sweet Home (Vertical Entertainment, Zealot)
A new apartment brings a whole world of pain in this nerve-shredding horror from the producers of REC. I could only find a copy of this trailer in Spanish, but creepiness transcends linguistic barriers!
5. The Hallow (Entertainment One, Create Advertising London)
A breath of country air turns sinister when this couple realize that they're not alone... A spot of the supernatural grounded in some good old-fashioned psychological scares ensures that the more the characters suffer, the more the audience will enjoy.