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Bangkok Haunted (2001)

Bangkok Haunted (2001)

Bangkok Haunted





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Join horror specialists Oxide Pang (The Eye) and Pisuth Praesang-lam for a terrifying trip into the unknown in this frightful collection of three skin-crawling tales that are sure to give viewers more than a few sleepless nights. When an antiques dealer discovers an ancient instrument that appears to open a gateway between two worlds, she soon finds that you may never truly know yourself as well as you think you do in "Legend of the Drum." An aphrodisiac that claims to be the most potent way of attracting the opposite sex around proves more effective than a customer ever imagined in the cautionary tale "Black Magic Woman," and a haunted police cadet in search of the truth behind a young girl's suicide finds that some mysteries are better left unsolved in "Revenge." With no limits and style to spare, Pang and Pisuth pull out all the stops to push viewers to the absolute limits of fear. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovimore
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Horror, Art House & International, Mystery & Suspense
Directed By: ,
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On DVD: Jul 26, 2005

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Critic Reviews for Bangkok Haunted

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (1)

Full Review… | March 26, 2009
Top Critic

This 2001 trio of tales from Thailand is one of the lesser ghostly emanations to materialize in the funeral wake of Ring.

Full Review… | April 26, 2010

Full Review… | December 7, 2007
Eye for Film

Audience Reviews for Bangkok Haunted


A trio of supernatural short stories from the Pang brothers who were responsible for the spooky "Eye" trilogy. Each segment has its varying range of creepy content with the first being the scariest of the three. They're all watchable and decent though with the last of the them being the stronger overall with a clever little twist at the end. It's not greatness though - acting is average, some parts are confusing during the first story and budget constraints make things look too cheap. If you like Asian ghost movies then check this out, but for those who don't find pale skinned, dead-eyed asian girls with long hair scary then avoid this.

Lee ?

Super Reviewer

The first story of the trio is pretty much the standard haunting based on love that went wrong, the other two stories are more unusual but overall the film relies more on atmosphere (which in places is a bit too subtle) than on frights or chills. Some of the effects are interesting considering the relatively low budget, and the acting isn't terrible.
If you're interested in watching this it would be better to watch it as a set of supernatural drama stories, rather than as horror. Have fun noticing the occasional western horror references too.

Kylie B

Super Reviewer

The film is dissapointing as it never quite captures the atmosphere of countless other Asian horrors. The film comes off looking like some second rate gritty 80's production. There are a few nice ideas, and since the film is made of three shorts you can take them at your leisure.

Luke Baldock

Super Reviewer

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