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Cast overview, first billed only:
Maneerat Kham-uan ...
Pin (segment "Happiness") (as Maneerat Kamounan)
Witawat Singlampong ...
Diaw (segment "Tit for Tat") (as Vittavat Singlumpong)
Apinya Sakuljaroensuk ...
Pink (segment "Tit for Tat")
Chon Wachananon ...
Yo (segment "Tit for Tat") (as Chol Wachananont)
Nattapong Chartpong ...
Ter (segment "In the Middle") (as Nuttapong Chartpong)
Kantapat Permpoonpatcharasuk ...
Aey (segment "In the Middle")
Pongsatorn Jongwilak ...
Phueak (segment "In the Middle") (as Pongsatorn Jongwilas)
Wiwat Kongrasri ...
Shin (segment "In the Middle") (as Wiwat Krongrasri)
Laila Boonyasak ...
Pim (segment "Last Fright") (as Chermarn Boonyasak)
Nada Lesongan ...
Princee Sophia (segment "Last Fright")
Plai Paramej ...
Captain (segment "Last Fright")
Wirot Ngaoumphanphaitoon ...
Ton (segment "Happiness")
Piyakarn Butprasert ...
Muk (segment "Happiness") (as Piyakan Bootprqsert)
Nithiwat Tharatorn ...
Muk's Boyfriend (segment "Happiness") (as Nitiwat Taraton)
Pran Tadaveerawat ...
Pin's Ex (segment "Happiness")
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4BIA is a Horror Anthology. The first segment, "Happiness" is about a lonely girl who corresponded with a stranger over hand phone text messaging and soon discovered something strange about this new stranger that she is attracted to. "Tit For Tat" spun a tale of black magic and vengeance for a school kid that had been bullied by a school gang. "In The Middle" - a group of friends faced one of their worst camping trip after water kayaking accident. The final segment "Last Fright" takes horror to new heights with a psychological thriller that involves a stewardess flying solo in a cabin with a dead body. Written by richardlimjr

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Four for the price of four?
2 November 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I read good reviews about this movie on IMDb and a few other places so I decided to give it a try.

The acting throughout these movies seem fine, but they speak, for the most part, in a foreign tongue so I can only determine the quality of the acting based on body language and facial expressions. I'd say they all did a good job.

The atmosphere was well set up, even in Middleman, which I enjoyed the most because of the comical references to other horror movies. The last segment probably had the best atmosphere, although I'd like to mention that I was impressed by the first segment's success in telling a beautiful story with such minimal vocal dialogue. That was impressive acting.

This movie had very little emotional power to me. Only the Deadly Charm segment got me a little upset at the cruelty that we do to each other. Aside from that, I didn't get scared or sad or anything in this movie. Oh, I did laugh a few times during the Middleman segment.

Overall, this was an okay movie. The writers probably had some good weed but should've smoked more of it. Why not tie the segments together and make it a full movie? There were minor references that tied some of the segments together but they had nothing to do with each other. If all four segments were linked together, this movie would've been more fun to watch. Instead, I feel like I watched four little movies.

I'd recommend this movie for hardcore Asian horror fans who like to have something in the background while PvP'ing in World of Warcraft. Hardcore Asian horror fans who don't play WoW probably won't enjoy watching this movie too much. If you're not a fan of Asian horror at all, then skip this movie and go sign up for a World of Warcraft account. If you're none of the aforementioned, then well...what do you do for fun?


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