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Best Spanish-Language Horror Movies Ranked by TomatometerHot off our guide to the 110 Essential Spanish-Language Movies, we re galloping into the night for all things spooky en Español! Here you ll find only the Freshest scary selections from Mexico (Cronos), Spain (The Orphanage), Uruguay (The Silent House), Chile (The Wolf House), and Argentina (Cold Sweat). Inside each film, an underworld teeming with our favorite monsters. Zombies in [rec]! Mad scientists in The Skin I Live In! Vampires in Dracula! (Yep, there was another version to the Universal classic.) Creepy kids in The Orphanage! And In the Devil s Backbone, maybe something beyond We gathered virtually every Spanish-language horror movie we could find, separating the Fresh and Certified Fresh, but also including the Rotten because, hey, that s part of the fun with scary flicks! If you re wondering about the decided lack of chucapbras and La Llarona on this list, it s because there hasn t been a critically-noted movie made yet. Though KM 31 comes closest with its take on Mexican folklore.And most recently we ve added the Certified Fresh films La Llarona and The Platform. See where they place with our guide of the Best Spanish-Language Horror Movies by Tomatometer!