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Do Hot Russian Brides Like Horror Films?

24. October 2012 by Masha 0 Comments

A fun way to immerse yourself in Russian culture, and give you more things to talk about with your favorite Russian brides, is to watch movies set in countries of the Former Soviet Union.


Since it's the spooky season of Halloween, horror films are a popular pick. We've introduced you to five Russian horror movies in a previous article so here are five more!


Ask your favorite ladies if they like watching thrillers like these and which ones are their favorites.


Mute Witness (1994)

Shot in Moscow, Russia, a special effects makeup artist who cannot speak gets locked inside the film studio one night. She witnesses a murder by the homicidal film crew and becomes a target of an international underground snuff ring.



Dark Waters (1994)

Filmed in Ukraine, an English woman travels to a convent on a remote Crimean island populated only by nuns who practice strange rituals in the catacombs.



Visions of Suffering (2006)

Directed by Andrey Iskanov, demons stalk a victim in his sleep, threatening to break free into his conscious world or drag him into their nightmarish domain. Filmed in Khabarovsk, Russia.



Trackman (2007)

Directed by Igor Shavlak, three gangsters rob a bank and plan the perfect getaway in the abandoned tunnels of the Moscow metro. However, they are forced to take hostages and then fall into the power of the dreadful Trackman. Filmed in Moscow, Russia.



Philosophy of a Knife (2008)

Part documentary and part feature film, the true history of Japanese Unit 731 is told from ts beginnings in the 1930s to its demise in 1945, and the subsequent trials in Khabarovsk, USSR. Directed by Andrey Iskanov, the film is four hours long, presented in two parts.