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Ghost Game aka Laa-thaa-phii (2006) Thai Reality TV Horror

Ghost Game, or Laa-thaa-phii, its original title, is a great concept. Set in the world of Thai reality TV where horror meets greed and a group of 11 wannabes, the winner(s) have to spend a pre-ordained amount of time in a haunted Khmer Rouge prison and those who make it to the end will win a whole lot of Baht (5 million). 674 more words

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PROJECT HASHIMA: Project Horror Thai Yang Agak Kehilangan Esensi (Review)

Rating  4/10

Mengawali tahun baru ini di bioskop Indonesia kedatangan film Horror Thailand berjudul Project Hashima di jaringan Blitz. Film ini sendiri sebenarnya mulai di tayangkan di negara asalnya pada 31 Oktober 2013 lalu dalam rangka menyambut Halloween. 336 more words

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The 5 Scariest Movies Of Recent Years - Tan Lili

I love getting spooked. I grew up watching Freddy’s Nightmares (a TV series spin-off from the Nightmare on Elm Street series), The Exorcist and Poltergeist, and reading books by Christopher Pike and R.L. 398 more words

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Sick Nurses (2007): No Pills for These Ills

Written and directed by Piraphan Laoyont and Thodsapol Siriwiwat, Sick Nurses is an atypical Thai horror film. No nudity, poor special effects and a languid almost sleepy pace. 1,000 more words

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Brief Review (Asian Movies)

It’s rare for me to review Asian Movies because my knowledge is limited about it. But in this post , i’ll review any movies that i have watched (Most of them are Thailand movies , Indonesia must learn from them to make a simple but good movie) , so check it out fellas . 1,212 more words

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Review: 4bia

What do you get when you bring together four of Asia’s newest horror directors? The answer is predictable and quite simple, 4bia. A compendium of short horror films by Paween Purikitpanya, Yongyoot Thongkongtoon, Banjong Pisanthanakun and Parkpoom Wongpoom plus some of the guys from Shutter. 317 more words

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My Top 5 Horror Anthologies

Though I am a huge horror movie buff now, I must confess I didn’t watch my first true scary movie until I was 13 (save for a terrifying viewing of Stephen King’s… 1,367 more words

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