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One thousand years ago in Wiang Chai Chet Buri, Chao Luang Rangsiman arranges a weaving competition to select a wife, his Chao Nang Luang on the throne. On the day the textiles are to be presented, Anyanang Homnuan of Nakhon Pha Ngam is strangled to death just before the weaving is finished. All the killer left behind was the silk mark around her throat.
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“THAI HORROR FLICKS ARE UNDERRATED!”
Okay, now that we got to scream that in all caps, let us tell you–in a more normal tone—why Thais scary films are a source of pride for the country and why they’re more deserving of praise from the rest of the world.
Before we begin, we do have to point out that horror films are generally the most underrated genre in the cinematic scope. A lot of people are turned off by the idea of getting shocked by thumping sounds and ghostly figures, and the unpleasant sight of gore, not to mention disturbing and depressing stories that reveal the dark side and twisted minds of humanity. Ironically, these are also the reasons why they’re a hit with a particular audience and why they’re critically successful.
The last decade has produced very good horror movies like Hereditary (2018), The Witch (2015), The Conjuring (2013), and Get Out (2017). These titles, with their clever plots, historical references and social commentaries, have brought the whole genre up from a deep dark hole into the spotlight while still successfully eliciting fear for brilliant entertainment.
What’s little known is that Thailand’s film industry serves a big, fat, fearful feast of great horrors. Our country is overflowing with rich culture and folklore circling around Buddhist-driven concepts like spirits, reincarnation, karma and black magic, all of which inspire Thai film directors to take turns producing a horde of spine-chilling motion pictures.
Whereas jump scares and tongue-in-cheek brouhaha may be the gimmick of the genre, Thai horror films go beyond. Good locally produced scares, usually adapted from true stories and urban legends, are a great window into Thai society, allowing the audience to unearth hidden, mysterious truths about Thai people and culture.
With the spooky spirit of Halloween soon upon us, we’ve rounded up 18 Thai horror films that are all about the good, the ghost and the gore, plus adrenaline-inducing storylines and full entertainment value. Better start preparing your state of mind because you are about to get haunted for life.
Art of the Devil 2 (aka Long Kong) (2005)
A teacher resorts to black magic to get back at students who caused her misery in the past.
Long Kong (which means “to dare the devil”) is the second installment in the Art of the Devil series by Five Star Studio. This subsequent attempt, which has nothing to do with the first film, takes the crown for its super gory scenes and a shrewdly crafted storyline that exposes the devilish world of black magic.
The film promises a disturbingly entertaining scene every two minutes. If you’re down for a slasher flick that gives insights into the superstitious beliefs shared by Southeast Asian cultures, this film is probably for you.
Bangkok Haunted (2001)
Three tales of terror are told by three girl friends in a darkened Bangkok bar. These stories revolve around a haunted antique, a love potion and the mysterious case of a girl who commits suicide. Which story is the scariest?
Before 4bia (2008) became a big hit and set a trend for horror anthologies in Thai cinema, there was Bangkok Haunted. The latter pioneered horror compilation films in the country and grossed a huge amount of revenue due to its chilling scenes and compelling narrative. The film delves into the world of Thai superstitions to come up with stories that creep up on you and send shivers down your spine rather than outright make you jump with fright.
Another fun fact about Bangkok Haunted : the director, Oxide Pang, later paired up with his twin brother, David, to direct popular Hong Kong-Singaporean spook fest The Eye (2002).
Coming Soon (2008)
A projectionist illegally records a movie called “Evil Spirit” in the cinema for purposes of piracy. Soon after, he is haunted by the dreadful ghost character in the film.
Coming Soon gained popularity thanks to well-timed jump scares and a well-written script. (It was penned, after all, by Sophon Sakdapisit, the same screenwriter behind Shutter. Coming Soon was also Sophon’s directorial debut.) But what really catches your attention is how it breaks the fourth wall and directs the scare tactics to the audience, creating a more immersive experience.
This is the first film in Thai cinema that takes a jab at the issue of movie piracy. The catchphrase, “Do you want to see me die, huh?”, posed a question to those supporting this illegal trade, and hinted that the film industry may actually die if it continues.
After discovering that his father is having an affair, Ton is shipped off to boarding school where he struggles to blend in with his peers—but not with Vichien, a lonely boy who is later revealed as the drowning ghost in the school’s urban legend.
When it was being promoted, Dorm (2006) didn’t seem too different from other ghost stories, especially with its boarding school setting). However its redeeming quality is how, at its core, this film is all about relatable issues of friendship, coming of age, and guilt.
This drama-slash-horror was directed by Songyos Sugmakanan, whose CV is packed with popular Thai movies and series like My Girl (2003) which is one of our most favorite romcoms , the Hormones series, and In Family We Trust (2018).
Ghost Game (2006)
Only one of 11 contestants can win the big prize, but first, they all need to survive one night in an abandoned concentration camp.
When it was released, the film faced backlash from Cambodia due to the resemblance of its setting to Tuol Sleng, the actual site of the Cambodian genocide back in the 1970s. Politics aside, the eerie setting for Ghost Game makes the film discomforting to sit through and only serves to heighten the trauma as we witness each character get tortured by hostile spirits.
Another Ghost Game feat is how it took advantage of the reality TV craze in the early 2000s to build more hype for the film—the characters in the film are played by the cast of the first season of singing contest Academy Fantasia.
House of Ghosts (aka Khon, Phee, Pisaj, 2004)
After losing both her parents in a horrific tragedy, a young girl ends up with her aunt, a printing house owner and a part-time spiritual medium.
House of Ghosts or Khon, Phee, Pisaj , which in Thai means “human”, “ghost” and “demon”, respectively, takes you on a psychological and philosophical trip to try and understand the mental anguish each main character is going through. You’ll be pulled into a world of claustrophobia and chaos, and compelled into finding out what’s real and what’s not.
Though it was not a commercial success when it was released, House of Ghosts has since earned a cult following, with fans always bringing up the film in every discussion about good scary flicks.
A family on the verge of falling apart moves to a bougie neighborhood outside Bangkok in hopes of bettering their lives and reconnecting with one another. A horrifying murder case, however, just adds fuel to the fire and threatens their already fragile relationships.
Despite the onslaught of jolting terror scenes and haunting apparitions, Laddaland , at its core, is a drama film that explores the aftermath of the crippling economic crisis in Thailand during the 1990s. It also subtly exposes usually taboo issues about class, gender roles and immigrants, marking the film as a social commentary that merely exploits ghosts as an entertainment tool.
Laddaland was well-received by critics and the public alike. Jump scare tactics aside, this film is an emotional rollercoaster ride, so make sure to have a box of tissue within reach.
Meat Grinder (2009)
But, a distraught lady who runs a street noodle shop, finally reaps success after succumbing to the voices in her head that tell her to use a special ingredient in her signature dish: human flesh.
Not too many Thai horrors are brave enough to deal with cannibalism, but 2009’s Meat Grinder flouted this grotesque taboo in a manner similar to the infamous thriller The Untold Story (1993).
Meat Grinder stirred some controversy when it premiered as many noodle shop owners were not pleased with how it shed a questionable light on how the Thai street food staple is prepared.
The Medium (2021)
A documentary team journeys to Loei in Isaan to record the life of female shaman Nim, but horror ensues when Nim’s niece Mink is mysteriously possessed by a malevolent spirit.
Of the recently released Thai horror films, praise is most deserved by The Medium . Directed by jumpscare specialist Banjong “Tong” Pisanthanakun , this critically acclaimed blockbuster plays off a slow-burn narrative that reveals the many superstitions of Thai Buddhist culture.
The project is also a must for horror fans as Tong teamed up with respected Korean director Na Hong-jin, whose highly lauded The Wailing served as an inspiration for The Medium and how it touches on shamanism. The success of this terrifying mockumentary has pushed Hong-jin to create a sequel with the working title of Mink , and we can’t wait to see how the story will turn out.
Nang Nak (1999)
Veteran soldier Mak comes home from war to his wife Nak and newborn son, but as soon as he returns, his neighbors try to warn him of something ominous going on under his roof.
The film is based on Mae Nak Phra Khanong , a local folk tale set in the era of King Rama V about a woman who died due to a difficult birth while her lover went to war. The legend of Nak has been adapted into films and TV shows multiple times. Nang Nak , however, is arguably the best adaptation.
It superbly balances the couples’s romantic yet tragic story with scare-inducing elements, all the while showcasing excellent set design and cinematography that bring back to life the golden era of Siam.
The Promise (2017)
Distraught by family difficulties, best friends Ib and Boum are determined to commit suicide together, but when Ib pulls the trigger, Boum gets scared and reneges on their deal. Twenty years later, it seems like Ib is still waiting for Boum to fulfil what she promised.
Sophon Sakdaphisit, the director behind knockout hit Laddaland (2011), returned to form with this 2017 horror-drama that, similar to his other films, touched on Thai social issues. With The Promise , the director chose Thailand’s financial crisis in 1997 as a setting, highlighting how it caused many tragedies in households and personal lives.
The Promise made huge waves during its premiere as it became the very first Thai movie to film in the famed Sathorn Unique Tower in Bangkok. If you’re wondering what it’s like inside this abandoned skyscraper, then watch this flick.
Rahtree: Flower of the Night (2003)
Loner student Buppah Rahtree dies from an abortion gone wrong after she is tricked into falling in love with the young scion of a wealthy family. Her spirit then takes over her old apartment and the landlord tries everything to get rid of the vengeful entity.
Rahtree: Flower of the Night is surely the cream of the spooky crop. Scenes depicting Buppah’s depressing plight are carefully balanced with an immense number of jump scares, as well as comedic elements like slapstick and ridiculous scenes of exorcism. The result is a movie that will make you make you burst into laughter and then jump with fright afterwards.
Buppah’s story is continued in a few sequels, but none of them live up to the original.
After a hit-and-run accident, Jane and her photographer boyfriend Tun are haunted by a female spirit that appears in developed photos. They need to figure out who the heck they’ve messed with—before time runs out.
This film was made during the J-Horror hype. (Remember that vengeful, long-haired lady in white and her famous crawling scene?) Just like its Japanese counterparts, Shutter shocks the audience with a series of shocking yet creatively done jump scares, which are only enhanced by a gripping plot that later reveals so many twists and turns.
Shutter was a phenomenal success. Grossing over a million baht, its chilling scenes were seared into people’s minds so much that many at the time were scared of taking photos with their cameras. Hollywood—and many countries—have attempted to recreate this horrifying hallmark film, but no one has done it better. Sorry.
The Sisters (2004)
A group of musicians finds a decapitated head in the air vent of the ramshackle hotel room they’re staying in. That same night, they are haunted by the spirit of a dead prostitute. They need to solve the mystery of her murder before each and everyone of them gets killed.
The Sisters is probably the most stereotypical horror film on the list, but what makes it special and worth watching is how the entire plot is based on a real and unsolved murder case in the south of Thailand back in 1991. According to sources, each member of the unfortunate group that found the body died mysteriously one by one, rendering the case infamous. Many an urban legend has been spun from these baffling deaths.
The film’s production is quite low-budget and dated, but it’s a flaw that actually works for the film, creating a realistic and gripping atmosphere that can somehow make you wet your pants.
The Unseeable (2007)
While searching for her lost husband, a pregnant woman from the countryside seeks shelter in a big, mysterious mansion where she later encounters unborn spirits and discovers shocking truths.
Produced by the team behind Art of the Devil 2 , The Unseeable doesn't depend on gory, in-your-face scares like its precedents. Instead, the entire film thrives on elements on the opposite end of the horror spectrum, such as tense slow-burn scenes, the incredible performance of the cast, amazing production design that portrays the Siam of old and an excellent plot that alludes to the importance of letting go.
The Unseeable was not a blockbuster like the other films on the list, but it was recognized by a number of international festivals and awards, marking it as one hell of a horror film that deserves your attention.
The Victim (2006)
A wannabe actress takes works with the police re-enacting crime scenes. She later finds herself being followed by the spirit of a beauty queen, who forces the actress to find her murderer.
The Victim’ s plot is based on actual crimes that were being investigated by the Thai Royal Police. The credible details, along with heart attack-inducing scares, makes the film more convincing. But what really makes it such an amazing watch is how The Victim is structured as a metacinema (to put it more simply, it’s a film within a film). We are pretty sure that, at one point in the movie, you will utter, “WTF?”
Plus, the twist at the end is mind-blowing. We have to say, the film’s screenwriters are geniuses.
A text exchange with a mysterious stranger, the vindictive actions of a black magic-practicing nerd, the perils of camping deep in the woods, and taking a flight with a dead body—these are the four spine-tingling situations that will mentally mess you up in 4bia .
The four-part horror anthology received widespread acclaim and commercial success when it was released. Each part impressively reveals new horror sensibilities while combining elements from other genres like action and comedy.
The success of 4bia led to a 2009 follow-up called Phobia 2 , which expands the hell-raising ground to five parts that are as brilliant as their precedents. If you can’t stand two hours worth of scares, try to watch each story one by one to build up your horror immunity.
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This thriller became a cinematic phenomenon in the 2000s and was one of the best teen-focused flicks of the time. Despite the ominous plot, it’s a rather fun watch, thanks to the Final Destination -esque death scenes where you will clench your fists and root for the characters.
Sadly, horror films like 999-9999 aren’t made in the country anymore. These days, Thai scary movies have become obsessed with ghosts, and are mostly bereft of creativity or mystery-riddled narratives like this one.
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20 best thai horror movies.
Although some Thai horror hits have had their own American remakes, there are many incredible horror movies from Thailand that are under-appreciated.
Asian horror is a unique genre in its own right, known for aesthetically pleasing visuals, creepy storylines, and gruesome deaths — here are 20 of the best Thai horror movies. Various supernatural folklore and a belief in ghosts and spirits have heavily influenced the Thai horror genre, with movies like Nang Nak and Inhuman Kiss drawing from Thai mythos to create some truly memorable scares. Over the years, Thai horror movies have grown in their popularity with international audiences who have a love for the horror genre as a whole, but are looking for something just a little bit different.
Most are familiar with some of the best Asian horror movies like Ju-On or The Ring franchise, but the American remakes of these classic Asian tales never seem to correctly capture their elusively creepy atmosphere. Pee Mak , the most commercially successful Thai film of all time, is further proof that the horror genre is the most popular within Thai cinema. Leaning heavily into the concepts of both ghosts and gore, Thai horror movies are full of chills and thrills that are sure to delight even the most hardened of horror lovers. Here are 20 of the best Thai horror movies that are sure to please any horror aficianado.
20 Nang Nak (1999)
Nang Nak is a Thai horror movie that mixes up some domestic problems with a ghostly atmosphere, and its one of the very best Thai horror movies. In the film, a veteran soldier named Mak returns home from war to his wife Nak and their newborn baby. However, when he gets home, his neighbors tell him there is something going on in his home that he should beware of.
This is a largely forgotten but terrifying haunted house movie based on a classic folk tale about a woman who died during a difficult birth after her husband went to war. Clearly, the mysteries of this horror tale are clear. However, with the numerous films based on this folk tale, Nang Nak stands out thanks to the great performances and the tense fear of what is to come.
19 Art of the Devil 2 (2005)
- Available to rent on Google Play
Art of the Devil 2 is the second movie in the franchise, but it has nothing to do with the first movie at all, and is a superior effort as a result. One of the best Thai horror movies is a tale of revenge and what that means to the person seeking vengeance. As a warning, the film is incredibly gory, as is the trailer.
In the movie, a teacher wants to gain revenge against the students who tormented her in the past, and she turns to black magic to do so. What results is a very gory movie with intense violence that shows the dangers of tampering with black magic. Art of the Devil 2 is one of the most intense Thai horror movies and is a nonstop slasher movie from start to finish.
18 The Unseeable (2006)
The Unseeable is a 2007 release that features a pregnant woman who is out searching for her lost husband, and it's one of the creepiest Thai horror movies. When she seeks shelter in a large mansion, she begins to discover unborn spirits and learns that her world is not as it seems.
What makes this movie so impressive is that it is not a gore fest nor does it rely on shocks to scare the audiences. Instead, The Unseeable is a slow-burn tale of terror that sends the lead character into a journey of finally letting go of her past. It also wasn't a huge box office sensation, but was instead a critically acclaimed smaller horror film that deserves a bigger audience.
17 House of Ghosts (2004)
- Available to rent on Prime Video.
House of Ghosts is a movie about dealing with pain and loss, and how it can differ from person to person, and it's one of the most unique Thai horror movies. The main character in House of Ghosts is a girl who loses both of her parents in a horrific tragedy and ends up living with her aunt. This aunt also happens to be a spiritual medium.
House of Ghosts takes viewers on a trip with this girl as she tries to deal with her loss and pain, but finds herself thrown into a world where it is hard to understand what is real and what isn't. The movie ended up as a cult classic and remains one mentioned anytime someone wants to see a really scary Thai horror movie.
16 The Sisters (2004)
- Available to watch on YouTube.
The Sisters starts off with a bang when a group of musicians finds a severed head in their hotel room and then end up haunted by a lost spirit. This is a basic ghost movie, where the cast has to solve a crime or die trying, but its arguably one of the best Thai horror movies.
As with this genre, the ghost victim can't leave without her murder being solved. While this is a story told many times over in other movies, this one really stands out. According to the film's synopsis, it was also based on a real murder case from Thailand that remained unsolved and everyone who found that body also died, making this movie even spookier.
15 Pee Mak (2013)
- Available to rent on Apple TV.
Pee Mak is actually a horror-comedy film and a very entertaining one at that. It is also currently Thailand's highest-grossing movie of all time, meaning it's one of the very best Thai horror movies. It has a little something for everyone: horror, romance, and comedy. It starts when a man named Mak comes back from the war and invites his comrades to meet his wife and son. But when they arrive, Mak's comrades start to realize that something is very off about his clan, and things only get scarier and sillier from there.
14 Inhuman Kiss (2019)
- Available to stream on Netflix.
Like many of the best horror films to come out of Thailand, Inhuman Kiss builds the foundation of its story on classic Thai mythology and puts an extra-scary spin on it. The focal point of this particular tale coming to life is a krasue — which is a type of nocturnal female spirit from folklore — who lives a normal life, except at night. At night, her head detaches and goes on the hunt for sustenance in the form of flesh and blood. It is scary, and arguably one of the weirdest Thai horror movies, but the film is also surprisingly moving.
13 Ghost Game (2006)
Imagine the deadliest reality game show in the world (something in the vein of the new classic Squid Game ), and that is essentially the premise behind Ghost Game . In one of the very best Thai horror movies, eleven contestants are sent to an abandoned military prison where terrible things happened in the past.
They are filmed and tracked as they try to make it through the dangerous game show alive while the production team sets up traps and scares. The winner will take home a $5,000,000 prize. This is a must-watch for those who enjoyed Squid Game and would like to see something similar .
12 Art Of The Devil (2004)
The Art of the Devil trilogy is a fantastic blend of magical horror and straight-up gore. Be forewarned, these are very dark movies with horrifying subject matter, but they're some of the best Thai horror movies. Some viewers may find the films difficult to watch, but they're very entertaining and scary.
The story revolves around a scorned mistress who turns to the art of black magic as a means to exact revenge on the man who abandoned her while pregnant. The follow-up films also use similar themes of revenge and dark magic without being direct sequels to the original.
11 Meat Grinder (2009)
- Available to stream on Toku.
As the title suggests, this is a Thai horror film that isn't for the faint of heart, and it's definitely one of the goriest Thai horror films. It would probably be fitting for people who enjoy the Saw and Hostel franchises , with a healthy dose of cannibalism to boot. It is very gory and had a controversial reception when it was released, but it has earned something of a cult following over the years.
The story follows a young woman who opens a noodle stall and uses human body parts as the main ingredient. As if that fact isn't gross enough, clients begin showing up in waves to eat the delicious food, and things get increasingly twisted as the story goes along.
10 Shutter (2004)
- Available to stream on Kanopy.
Shutter is a Thai horror film released back in 2004 that earned enough international recognition to be released as an English-language remake under the same title in 2008, meaning it's one of the very best Thai horror movies. The original was an instant box office success and is regarded as one of the best horror movies to ever come out of Thailand.
Following a hit-and-run, the couple responsible for a woman's death (Thun and Jane) begins to see images of her in their personal photographs. What follows is a series of lies, destruction, and apparitions that will make viewers understand why this film is considered a horror cult classic.
9 Siam Square (2017)
Siam Square is a 2017 Thai horror film that revolves around an urban legend in the so-called “Shibuya” of Thailand, or the center of Bangkok and it's one of the best Thai horror movies. In the hopes of passing their University entrance exams, students are expected to worship a devil and tie red threads onto a specific chair for good luck.
When a group of students puts this theory to the test, their skepticism backfires, and they find themselves being haunted by the evil spirit of a young girl and getting picked off one by one. It is a familiar setup executed to perfection with stunningly creepy visuals and plenty of scares to keep audiences on the edge of their seats.
8 Alone (2007)
Alone is a Thai horror film released back in 2007 that stars Thai-German pop singer Marsha Vadhanapanich in her first film role in 15 years. One of the best Thai horror movies is about Pim, a young girl who recently moved to Korea to escape the guilt of being the only survivor following a separation surgery with her conjoined twin sister.
When she returns to Thailand to visit her dying mother, the angry spirit of her dead sister comes back to haunt her. Alone is packed full of surprises and twists that even M. Night Shyamalan wouldn't see coming, and is a great option for those who enjoyed the James Wan film Malignant .
7 4bia (2008)
4bia , also known as Phobia , is a four-part Thai horror anthology series that was released in 2008 and is one of the best Thai horror movies. The first segment, titled "Happiness," is about a lonely girl's correspondence with an unusual stranger. The second segment, "Tit For Tat," is about black magic and vengeance for a bullied school kid.
The third segment, "In The Middle," follows a group of friends after a freak kayaking accident. The final segment "Last Fright," is a psychological thriller involving an air stewardess flying solo in a cabin with a dead body. This movie has something for everyone and is a fantastic entry in the underappreciated horror anthology subgenre.
6 Long Weekend (2013)
Long Weekend is a horror film about a boy named Thongsook, an outcast at school with only one friend, Nam, whom he follows around incessantly. But unbeknownst to Nam's other friends, Thongsook is a spirit medium who takes it personally when Nam's friends plan a vacation getaway without him.
Following a mindless prank, the evil spirits and ghosts are released on the second night of the "long weekend," which also happens to be Friday the 13th. Long Weekend is one of the best Thai horror movies for those who love a good ghost story, with a dash of revenge in the mix for good measure.
5 The Promise (2017)
The Promise is a 2017 Thai horror film that made quite the splash after its release, as its premise is incredibly dark, even for a horror movie. One of the best Thai horror movies follows two teenagers who decide to kill themselves together after both of their families face financial ruin in the wake of the 1997 Asian financial crisis. In the end, only one girl follows through with the suicide pact, and the survivor's past actions return to haunt her twenty years later.
4 Coming Soon (2008)
Directed by the writer behind Shutter and Alone, Coming Soon is a film about a bootlegged movie that's haunted by a vengeful spirit, and it's one of the best Thai horror movies out there. Unsuspecting viewers find themselves haunted, abducted, and eventually blinded after watching it, and the potential victims scramble to avoid their oncoming fate.
The premise is eerily similar to The Ring, which also involves a vengeful spirit that surfaces only after watching a tape. Given that the Japanese version of The Ring ( Ringu ) was released ten years before Coming Soon , it's not hard to figure out where their inspiration came from.
3 The Eyes Diary (2014)
The Eyes Diary, originally based on a comic book , is a tragic love story about a young man, Nott, who loses his girlfriend in a gruesome motorcycle accident, but that's not where it ends. One of the best Thai horror movies follows Nott as he volunteers to retrieve corpses from wrecks and keeps the souvenirs of the bodies he finds in the hopes that he will be able to converse with the dead and see his girlfriend once more. Communicating with the dead isn't all it's cracked up to be, however, and the scares and the hauntings eventually rack up to create a terrifying thriller.
2 Ghost Of Mae Nak (2005)
The Ghost of Mae Nak is a 2005 Thai film that revolves around an ancient Thai legend that has been retold countless times in books, TV shows, and films. In one of the best Thai horror movies about folklore, the story goes that a beautiful pregnant woman named Nak died in childbirth while waiting for her husband, Mak, to come home from war.
Upon his return, Mak finds his wife and child waiting for him, but every neighbor that tries to warn him that he's living with a ghost is killed. Eventually, Mak realizes his wife is a ghost and attempts to flee. Unlike in other retellings of this horrific parenting movie , Ghost of Mae Nak has a refreshingly modern twist, but certain elements of the well-known tale remain the same.
1 Laddaland (2011)
- Available to stream on Roku and Tubi.
One of the very best Thai horror movies follows an affluent family as they move to Laddaland, an upscale housing development in the suburbs of Bangkok. Unfortunately for the new residents, Laddaland is nothing but a gated community of dark energy and terrifying, paranormal events that drive its residents to the brink. The film plays on common themes of familial dysfunction and the false veneer of perfection in upscale environments and reformulates these concepts into straight-up horror.
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- Release Date: Oct 28, 2012
- Rated: N/A | Runtime: 88 Mins | Language: English
- Director: Justin Price
- Stars: Kyler Willett , Danny Trejo , Eric Roberts , Rachele Brooke Smith , Robert Miano , Lassiter Holmes , Justin Price
Action/horror story centered on a secret organization formed by the Catholic Church to counteract the rising number of cases of demonic possessions across the country. The story follows a young godless man who is being recruited into the cloth in order to prepare a new generation with the tools needed to stop the rise of the ultimate evil; Beelzebub.
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An appreciation of 7 movies featuring murderous clothing
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In certain fashionable circles, fashion has a romantic image as something worth bleeding and suffering for . Horror, as the mischievous younger brother of all cinematic genres, has literalized that aesthetic: “Killer clothing” occupies its own space as a horror subgenre, even though it crosses over with other subgenres, like slashers, ghost stories, monster movies, and Italian surrealism. Elza Kephart’s movie Slaxx , now streaming on Shudder, is just the latest addition to the collection. It’s slim-cut, tongue-in-cheek, and nasty when necessary; as minutes tick away and the body count climbs, the sheer preposterousness of the plot, hinging on a literally killer pair of pants, becomes endearing. Viewers will likely even cheer for the pants against phony activist capitalism.
Slaxx is unique in the sense that horror hasn’t produced many films where clothing attains free will and sinister purpose. It isn’t the only horror movie of its sort, but it is one of few. But looking back to the 1980s, it’s possible to put together a proper line of evil apparel, from jackets to dresses to shawls to shoes. The niche is small, and it’s never been especially fashionable compared to horror’s other brands, but these films add up to one unforgettable wardrobe.
About that killer-pants movie: It rules, hard. Look, any movie whose logline boils down to “clothes that actually slay ” is silly on a molecular level, and if you can’t appreciate that kind of movie not in spite of the silliness, but because of the silliness, you have no reason to watch them. But the sheer abandon with which Elza Kephart directs Slaxx and marshals its core theme through the wanton butchering of just about every member of its cast makes for great horror.
Set over the course of a night in a self-styled ethical fashion retailer, whose practices turn out to be not so ethical and whose managers happen to be avaricious prigs, Slaxx instills the concept of “sentient jeans on a rampage” with real meaning about the innate apathy of corporations guided by their bottom line. “Fair trade” sounds great for social-media ad campaigns, except that nothing’s fair when making money is the end game and human casualties are the price paid to win. You know what else sounds great? Watching vengeful trousers kick a gory hole through that smug, hollow ethos.
Slaxx is streaming on Shudder .
Quentin Dupieux, the multifaceted Parisian eccentric, makes movies that reject logic, so your mileage may vary with anything he does. But Deerskin ’s fashion-forward slasher about male vanity sticks the landing: the more leather attire his protagonist, Georges (Jean Dujardin), acquires, the more his sanity splinters. One moment he’s soaking in his manly image in the mirror. The next, he’s talking to his fringe jacket about becoming the only person in the world to have a jacket, and bringing the dream to life by massacring everyone who doesn’t surrender their coat to him. The film refuses to explain either his mania or his murder spree, but that’s a feature instead of a bug. It’s enough that Georges’ rugged obsession turns into carnage. Go with it.
Deerskin is streaming on HBO Max .
“A provocation. For what else must one wear?” There are any number of reasons to watch Peter Strickland’s In Fabric , which frankly functions better as an ode to the work of Dario Argento than the Suspiria remake released the same year. But In Fabric star Fatma Mohamed might be the best reason of the bunch. Every line of dialogue Strickland’s screenplay gives her, she treats like a meal, like grandiloquent, baffling poetry meant to persuade her victims to purchase clothing they’re otherwise hesitant about.
Sheila (Marianne Jean-Baptiste) falls prey to Mohamed’s coaxing at the film’s start: Looking for a pick-me-up after hard days on the job as a bank teller, she walks out of department store Dentley and Soper’s with a possessed red dress. It moves on its own, agitates dogs when Sheila wears it, attempts to suffocate Gwendoline Christie mid-orgasm, and leads Sheila into a fatal car accident before moving on to its next owner, Reg (Leo Bill). In Fabric ’s giallo roots and Strickland’s phantasmagoric filmmaking give gravity to a patently absurd idea. Both the dress and Mohamed are one of a kind.
In Fabric is streaming on Kanopy and available to rent on Amazon and Google Play .
The Red Shoes
No, not that The Red Shoes , or even the other The Red Shoes ; this is South Korean filmmaker Kim Yong-gyun’s 2005 take on the old Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale about a pair of shoes that force their wearer to dance. In this version, the shoes torment whoever wears them with terrifying hallucinations. They also hack off their current owner’s feet, and no matter how hard people try to get rid of them, they always come back. The big question hanging over The Red Shoes is “Or do they?” But really, that can’t dampen the novelty of footwear gorily killing people, even if the film is, for the most part, uneven and in desperate need of cohesion.
The Red Shoes is available to stream on Kanopy .
Technically, clown suits count as clothing, right? Birthday clowns play dress-up as part of their vocation; gaudy striped pants and a polka-dot vest comprise an outfit. So Clown , a movie about a devoted dad slowly turning into a child-eating abomination courtesy of demonic metamorphosis, qualifies. No one would wear clown clothes and call it fashion, but they would wear a dead animal’s skin, so it’s the grimmest of punchlines that the skin of an Icelandic demon starts the unsuspecting main character’s transformation from man to fiend. Eleven years after release, Clown feels like a real win for writer-director Jon Watts and his cowriter, Christopher Ford; the whole thing started as a fake trailer for an Eli Roth movie that Eli Roth had no knowledge of or involvement with, then became an actual feature film. Now, years later, Watts is directing Spider-Man movies . Quite the leap.
Clown is available to rent on iTunes and Amazon .
Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II
A sequel in name only to the 1980 slasher Prom Night , Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II isn’t entirely about killer clothing; it’s about a killer prom queen whose wicked spirit, in one particularly memorable scene, kills a side character with a cape. That said, the discovery of an old prom outfit is the film’s inciting incident: Decades prior to Hello Mary Lou ’s events, Mary Lou Maloney (Lisa Schrage) is crowned queen of her high school prom, then burned to a crisp in a stink-bomb prank gone wrong.
When kids in the film’s present day stumble on her gown, sash, and crown, her ghost wakes up and starts going around getting kids dead, including lynching Jess (Beth Gondek) using the cape as the rope. It’s a tense, inventive, surprisingly sad sequence, and possibly the only one of its kind in the whole horror canon. If superheroes shouldn’t don capes for their own safety, maybe we should do away with capes as prom accessories just in case their wearers’ wraiths think of using them as murder weapons.
Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II is available to stream on Shudder and Peacock and to rent on iTunes and Google Play .
Bedknobs and Broomsticks
A bit of a cheat, perhaps, since Bedknobs and Broomsticks isn’t a horror movie, it’s a family-friendly fantasy movie. (In case it isn’t clear by now: none of the other movies on this list are safe family viewing.) But this film’s idea of “family-friendly fantasy” concludes with animated suits of armor and military uniforms ganging up on Nazis. Bedknobs and Broomsticks ’ “Substitutiary Locomotion” musical number predates Harry Potter ’s Piertotum Locomotor spell by 36 years on paper and 40 years on screen, and while that spell is technically used to fight off fascists, watching wizarding fascists get chased off by statues isn’t anywhere near as satisfying as watching actual fascists get chased off by plate mail to the dulcet sound of Angela Lansbury’s singing voice.
Bedknobs and Broomsticks is available to stream on Disney Plus and to rent on iTunes , Google Play , and Amazon .
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Top 10 Scariest Haunted Attractions Around the World. Do You Dare to Visit?
The world is full of thrill-seekers. Some satisfy their thrill cravings by watching horror movies, while others like the in-person experience. On an online platform, people have shared the scariest haunted attractions worldwide that will give you jump scares and goosebumps. Are you ready, thrill-seekers? Let’s dive in.
1. The Butcher – UK
The Butcher is a horror-themed escape room in which they lock you up in the serial killers’ den. The spooky part is that the serial killer can come back to his den at any point, and you get only 1 minute to hide. A user shared a thrilling experience in the Butcher. He said that when he was hiding behind a huge bin in a den, the serial killer came in dragging his steel bar and started beating the bin. He further added that the noise was scary and thrilling.
2. The Blackout – Los Angeles, California
The Blackout is another haunted attraction not made for the faint-hearted folks. A regular visitor of haunted places shared his thoughts on the internet. He said he and his friend have been to many haunted houses, but the Blackout was rough. Moreover, he said they did it as an experience but will never do it again.
3. Fright Land – Delaware
Fright Land is a fear-themed scream park. Once you enter the scream park, you will get a spine-chilling ambiance. In addition to this, you will get food, fun games, and rides. On an online platform, a user recommended people visit Fright Land and shared his thoughts on it. He articulated his experience by saying that Fright Land is a must-visit haunted attraction and is filled to the brim with good scares.
4. Field of Screams – Lancaster, PA
Field of Screams claims to be America’s number one haunted attraction, and they also fulfill this claim. The attraction is famous amongst locals and visitors for giving terrifying thrills and spine-tingling chills. A thrill-seeker shared on the internet that Field of Screams is a fun experience and has some really good scares.
5. McKamey Manor – Summertown, Tennessee
McKamey Manor is considered to be the most disturbing haunted house of all time. Unlike a normal haunted house where you go in and out, the visitor becomes a part of the haunted house for 4-8 hours. There are a few prerequisites as well. A visitor should be above 21 years old and physically healthy. Furthermore, they have to sign a waiver to be able to spend time in the horror house. People on the internet have called this haunted attraction a torture chamber.
6. St. Albans Sanatorium – Virginia
St. Albans Sanatorium is another haunted attraction for thrill-seekers. Apparently, this spooky building has ghosts, and there are also many reports of paranormal activities. If we talk a little bit about the backstory of this building, there was a Lutheran school that was notorious for bullying that led students to jump off a building. Therefore, this attraction is not for faint-hearted people.
7. Blood Manor – New York
Next up on the list is Blood Manor, which is another intense haunted house attraction. Blood Manor boasts being the scariest and the most spine-chilling haunted house attraction. They have several fear-themed rooms, neon clowns, scary zombies and whatnot. People who walk through the attraction experience jump scares and chills.
8. Terror Behind the Walls – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
While most haunted house attractions fabricated their backstory, Terror Behind the Walls has the real one. The place is built within Eastern State Penitentiary’s walls, considered the country’s most haunted place. Back in the day, it was an open prison where prisoners reported experiencing strange stuff like hearing and seeing paranormal things within the walls.
9. New Orleans Nightmare – New Orleans, Louisiana
New Orleans Nightmare comprises three haunted house attractions that are completely different from each other. Moreover, they have a series of mini escape room games for folks to experience. Not to mention, the games are scary and thrilling. The best part is that they change their attractions every year so that even regular visitors won’t know what happens next.
10. The Dent School House – Cincinnati, Ohio
The last but not the least is the scary Dent School House. What’s scariest is their backstory. This attraction was a fully functional school back then, but several students vanished out of nowhere. After a few days, decays of the disappeared students were found in the school’s basement. After that, the school was left abandoned, and today, it’s a haunted house attraction.
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American Psycho (2000)
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From Dusk 'Til Dawn (1996)
Brothers Seth (George Clooney) and Richard (Quentin Tarantino) are on the run after killing some police officers. They make it across the Mexican border by taking a family hostage, and decide to hide out in a strip club. What they don't realize is that vampires are in charge of the bar. Co-starring Salma Hayek.
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Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)
Jonathan Harker (Keanu Reeves), a young lawyer, travels to Count Dracula's castle on business. Dracula (Gary Oldman) discovers that Harker's fiancée Mina (Winona Ryder) looks just like his late wife. He decides to hunt her down and seduce her, while holding Harker captive.
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Interview with the Vampire (1994)
The 1994 adaptation of Anne Rice's novel follows two beautiful vampires journeying through the centuries. Louis (Brad Pitt) and Lestat (Tom Cruise) turn a young girl (Kirsten Dunst) into a vampire, and witness the horrors of the modern world. With Pitt and Cruise taking the lead, Interview with the Vampire will appeal to, well, just about everyone.
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Jennifer's Body (2009)
Megan Fox shines in this horror-comedy written by Diablo Cody. After a demon overtakes Jennifer's body, she develops an insatiable desire to kill the boys at school after seducing them. Her friend Needy isn't on board with Jennifer's behavior, and tries to put a stop to it. A sexy cult classic.
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Knock Knock (2015)
Architect Evan (Keanu Reeves) is home alone while his family is away. During a storm, two women (Lorenza Izzo and Ana de Armas) turn up at his door asking for help, and Evan obliges. When the women won't leave, Evan is drawn into a dangerous sex game that threatens his entire existence.
Mulholland Drive (2001)
In her breakout role, Naomi Watts stars as Betty, a woman trying to make it in Hollywood, who ends up helping a woman suffering with amnesia. Together, the pair tries to discover what happened to the mysterious woman and who she really is, while developing an incredibly close relationship with one another.
Only Lovers Left Alive (2013)
In this unexpected love story, Adam (Tom Hiddleston) and Eve (Tilda Swinton) are vampires who have loved one another for centuries. In order to survive, they have to seek out blood which hasn't been contaminated by zombies, while trying to rein in Eve's sister, Ava (Mia Wasikowska), who lacks their level of control.
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Queen of the Damned (2002)
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Taking Lives (2004)
Angelina Jolie stars as FBI profiler Illeana in this horror-infused thriller. A serial killer is on the loose, taking on the identities of his victims, allowing him to commit more murders. Art dealer James (Ethan Hawke) starts assisting in the investigation, developing an inappropriate relationship with Illeana in the process.
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The Hunger (1983)
Vampire Miriam (Catherine Deneuve) is immortal, but her lover John (David Bowie) is not. As he starts to fade, Miriam seeks out a new partner, selecting a beautiful scientist named Sarah (Susan Sarandon). However, Sarah isn't so sure about vampirism, and the pair wrestle with their compatibility.
The Love Witch (2016)
Following the death of her husband, Elaine desperately wants to be loved, so she starts employing spells and potions to make men fall in love with her. Unfortunately, her powers are too much for most of her victims, leading her into a dangerous world of sex and death.
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The Neon Demon (2016)
Jesse (Elle Fanning) moves to Los Angeles to pursue modeling. Jesse's beauty instantly makes her the target of abuse, and she ultimately witnesses the darker side of the industry, in which women strive to attain immortality at any cost.
The Shape of Water (2017)
Elisa (Sally Hawkins) is a mute woman working at a government facility who lives a solitary life. When a mysterious amphibian creature with human attributes is captured by a colonel, Elisa finds an unexpected romantic connection. Against all odds, she sets out to save the creature.
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The Witches of Eastwick (1987)
Three women (Cher, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Susan Sarandon) are bored with their safe existence in the suburbs. Not realizing that they have supernatural powers, the women share their desires with one another, only for the man of their dreams to turn up in town. However, the dreamy Daryl (Jack Nicholson) isn't necessarily all that he seems.
Under the Skin (2013)
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A godless man is recruited by a secret organization who works to combat demonic possessions in order to prepare a new generation in the battle against evil forces. A godless man is recruited by a secret organization who works to combat demonic possessions in order to prepare a new generation in the battle against evil forces. A godless man is recruited by a secret organization who works to combat demonic possessions in order to prepare a new generation in the battle against evil forces.
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- Trivia During the possession scenes, one of the actors passed out from exhaustion and an ambulance had to be called.
- Goofs Kasdeya lost his top coat during the club scene and had to borrow a new suit jacket while filming.
Father Connely : At some point Jason, you will have to take control of your life.
- Crazy credits There is a scene after the ending credits.
- Connections References The Exorcist (1973)
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- July 2, 2013 (United States)
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- Runtime 1 hour 28 minutes
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