Rainbow has just moved to an international school in Phuket, in Southern Thailand. She soon becomes the center of attention, since so many of her new friends are curious to know about the ... See full summary »
One day, after returning from work late in the evening, Hideo witnesses a traffic accident in which a car crashes into a nearby pedestrian, killing the victim instantly. However, despite ... See full summary »
Set in a future Bangkok, the story picks-up after a hit-gone-wrong on "Iron Cop", the area police chief. The would-be killer "Pae", together with his equally inept collection of thugs, now become wanted men themselves as the Thai underworld bristles with the shame & dishonor of such an ignoble bungling.
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This film tells the legendary tale of hero Krai Thong, who used his extreme force, strength of will and superhuman skills when entering a battle to confront the largest crocodile in the ... See full summary »
Nonzee recreates the life of a notorious late-1950s gangster. Dang Bireley's (nicknamed after his favorite soda-pop) had Elvis and James Dean fixations and lived predictably fast and died ... See full summary »
St. George boarding school, a typical Catholic school with strict rules. A group of new students have heard a rumor about the mysterious suicide case of an honor student whose name was in the school's Hall of Fame. Their curiosity to find the truth leads them into the horrid situation. Students and staff members are brutally murdered, one by one; and the entire campus is trapped on top of the hill as there is a landslide that ruins the only road to the school. Written by
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A strange, but beautifully photographed psychotronic visit to an all-handsome-boys' school, this film gets farther out and more energetically edited as it progresses. The Roman Catholic setting seems so out of place that it would have been a marvelous surrealistic touch had we gotten just a glimpse of real Thailand for just a bit of contrast.
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