Welcome to your doom! Or en español, “Bienvenido a tu destine!” Yes, Shocktober is back, and if you haven’t already guessed, this year’s theme is foreign language films. Because what’s scarier than having to read? But in all seriousness, this a theme I’ve wanted to do for a while. There’s so much bizarre stuff out there in the rest of the world. Whether it be Scandinavian vampires or creepy Japanese school girls, there’s almost too much good stuff. Still trying to get a sponsorship deal from AMPM BTW.
If you’re not familiar with Shocktober, or this blog, or computers or the internet, let me explain. Every year in October, Mildly Pleased spends the entire month reviewing horror movies. 31 days. 31 movies. This year, we’ll be going through some of the best, worst, and weirdest foreign language horror films. The list will be in chronological order and I will also be joined by fellow Mildly Pleasers Sean and Colin. So let’s kick today off with a good scream! Because a scream is the same in every language.