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Film Review: P (2005)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: An orphan (Suangp*rn Jaturaphut) must put the magic skills she learned from her grandmother to the test when her elderly caretaker falls ill. Taking up work as a go-go dancer to pay for her grandmother’s medicine, she uses her powers for good … or is it evil? Writer Paul Spurrier also directs this chilling Thai-language horror …

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Film Review: Phobia 2 (aka Ha phraeng ) (2009)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Phobia 2 is dissected into 5 shorts stories; Novice, Ward, Backpackers, Salvage and In The End REVIEW: Directors: Banjong Pisantthanakun * Paween Puriktpanya * Songyos Sugmakanan * Parkpoom Wongpoom Actors: Erika Toda * Charlie Trairat * Marsha Wattanapanich Never having seen PHOBIA 1 I had no idea what I was getting into with this Thai film. …

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Film Review: Kaidan (2007)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: After a young man inadvertently causes the death of his wife, her jealous ghost comes back to haunt him — the unfortunate result of an ancient family curse incurred by an ancestor who murdered a debt collector. Hoping to escape his torment, the man runs off with one of his wife’s former pupils, which only enrages …

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Film Review: Nightmare Detective 2 (2008)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Yukie and two of her girlfriends are being haunted by the ghost of a classmate, they once heavily bullied. When the other two die under mysterious circumstances, Yukie sees only one chance for herself. With the help of the Nightmare Detective (Ryuhei Matsuda) she hopes to escape her hopeless situation. REVIEW: Director: Shinya Tsukamoto Writers: Hisakatsu …

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Film Review: Gozu (2003)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Minami (Hideki Sone) mistakenly kills a gangster associate of his named Brother. Almost as soon as the murder takes place, the body of the deceased man is gone, prompting Minami to conduct a search. While looking, he finds a mysterious isolated hotel where he decides to take a rest. Not only are the front desk clerks …

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Film Review: Visible Secret (2001)

Rate This MovieSYNOPSIS: Urban tale of fantasies, genre greatly favoured by Hong-Kong cinematography, the latest movie of filmmaker Ann Hui combines elements of horror films with other comical aspects to offer an intriguing and terrifying work of great visual strength REVIEW: VISIBLE SECRETS (2001) Director: Ann Hui Writer: Kwang Abe Producer: John Chang Cinematographer: Arthur Wong Editor: Chi Li Kong …

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