To celebrate unique chillers and thrillers you may not have seen, Moviefone is spotlighting the best foreign horror films in a variety of categories. If you're up for a good scare -- and don't mind reading the occasional subtitle -- then consider this a world history lesson.

The final installment in our look at foreign horror: the best WTF films. These are the films that defy easy description. They're not just the "left-overs" but are movies that take everything you expect a horror film to be, turn it on its side, and then spin wildly out of control. Their reputations have built into urban legends -- things that most people have only heard about, and sound too outlandish to be real; but these five films are very real, and are waiting to be watched.
The Wicker Man Movie Poster
The Wicker Man
In Theaters on June 30, 1974

Sergeant Howie (Edward Woodward) arrives on the small Scottish island of Summerisle to investigate the... Read More

House Movie Poster
In Theaters on 1977

In an effort to avoid spending time with her father and his creepy new lover, young Gorgeous (Kimiko... Read More

The Human Centipede Movie Poster
The Human Centipede
Based on 15 critics

A deranged surgeon (Dieter Laser) plans to make his morbid fantasy come true by suturing three people... Read More