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Pee chong air (2004)

Not Rated | | Horror | 4 March 2004 (Thailand)
A group of teen musicians check into a hotel after a night of performance outside of Bangkok, not knowing that the room they are staying in harbors a deadly secret. They must set out to ... See full summary »

Director:

Tiwa Moeithaisong

Writer:

Tiwa Moeithaisong (co-writer)
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Credited cast:
Liliana Marie Albert Liliana Marie Albert
Camille Debry Camille Debry ... Saeng Daow (voice)
Peter Doyle Peter Doyle ... Uam (voice)
Robert Dupree Robert Dupree ... Additional Voices (voice)
Jessica Gee-George ... Mother (voice) (as Jessica Gee)
Grant George ... Kob (voice)
Neil Kaplan ... Buddhist Monk (voice)
Kriangsak Klaewkla Kriangsak Klaewkla ... Boy
Steve Kramer ... Lt. Jackri (voice)
Camille LaBry West ... The Ghost (voice) (as Camille A. LaBry)
Dave Mallow ... Hyai (voice)
Thanadet Meeprasert Thanadet Meeprasert ... Kob
Chalad Na Songkhla Chalad Na Songkhla
Jaran Ngamdee Jaran Ngamdee
Panu Panuvatvanich Panu Panuvatvanich ... Uan
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A group of teen musicians check into a hotel after a night of performance outside of Bangkok, not knowing that the room they are staying in harbors a deadly secret. They must set out to solve the mystery behind a prostitute's murder in that very room to save their lives. Written by Ploy Pritsangkul

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ghost | air duct | See All (2) »

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Horror

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Not Rated
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Country:

Thailand

Language:

Thai

Release Date:

4 March 2004 (Thailand) See more »

Also Known As:

The Sisters See more »

Filming Locations:

Thailand

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The title approximately means "Air-conditioning-duct Ghost". See more »

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Much better than I thought it would be.
18 November 2006 | by webmouseSee all my reviews

After watching many Asian horror films I am finally getting used to the genre. The Thai films are amongst the best for creepy, twisted tales with some erotic content. "Sisters" certainly filled that promise admirably.

The story is told in flashback form, which some would say breaks the suspense. I find the return to supposed safety of the "present" a welcome relief between scenes of terror. While flashback form can be a little jarring at first, once I got used to the film's pace, I was not bothered by the shifts.

There are elements of "The Ring" in this, but that just may be an eastern cultural similarity, coupled with what you can do with limited funds and a camera. Like many other Thai horror films, this one does not strive to be funny nor seek redemption.

One other blessing -- "The Sisters" is dubbed in English. Being able to listen rather than read greatly added to my enjoyment of the film.


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