2. Kairo (2001)
Kairo has only become more relevant over time, as our distrust of technology continues to grow amid high-profile hacking incidents and data-mining controversies.
This Japanese tech-powered horror blends post-apocalyptic elements with sharp social commentary and ghosts invading the world of the living via the internet.
Asian horror movies have already ruined bathtubs, phones and TV sets for us, so why not computers too?
There are some chilling images on show throughout Kairo, compounded by masterful cinematography. Couple this with society's natural tech paranoia and we have a winning horror formula.