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Cheuuat gaawn chim (2009)

A poverty stricken woman starts a restaurant where she slaughters people and serves up human flesh, cut from her victims.

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(screenplay) (as Samonggu)
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Buss
Rattanaballang Tohssawat ...
Attaphol (as Rattanabanrang Tosawat)
Wiradit Srimalai ...
Lek (as Weeradit Srimalai)
Atitaya Shindejanichakul ...
Aoi
Pimchanok Leuwisetpaiboon ...
Nida (as Pimchanok Luevisadpaibul)
Somlek Sakdikul ...
Proprietor (as Somchai Sakdikul)
Chaiyot Tushsanasuwan ...
Subordinate 1
Shiny Khunthong ...
Subordinate 2
Somchat Prachathai ...
Stepfather
Thanatorn Oudsahakul ...
Plainclothes Policeman
Jiratchaya Jirarajagit ...
Bua
Kittiphit Tamrongweenijchai ...
Inspector (as Kittiphit Tamrongweenitchai)
Archan Chaisuwan ...
Berm
Arachaporn Ngarmthed ...
Chart's Mother
Akradech Maneeploypech ...
Attaphol's Father
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A poverty stricken woman starts a restaurant where she slaughters people and serves up human flesh, cut from her victims.

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19 March 2009 (Thailand)  »

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Meat Grinder  »

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1.85 : 1
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Fascination
Lyrics by Manas Pitisarn
Music by Manas Pitisarn
Performed by Srisalai Suchartwut
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Refreshingly marinated with an intriguing story
20 August 2010 | by (www.subtitledonline.com) – See all my reviews

Revenge is often a dish best eaten cold. Just ask Fruit Chan, director of Dumplings (2004), originally conceived as one chapter of a three-part horror omnibus (Three… Extremes) before he served up more of the same dark satire, just in larger portions, which regrettably made the bloated feature-length even harder to swallow. Tiwa Moeithaisong's Meat Grinder follows a similar recipe, and now, having finally found an overseas distributor, ominously appears on our menus for the first time. Relying more on mood rather than over the top visuals, this is a return to the intelligent side of exploitation horror. Refreshingly marinated with an intriguing story to give it flavour, and coupled with lashings and lashings of gory mayhem, Meat Grinder is an absolute treat from start to finish. DW


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