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While traveling, a crew of documentary makers met a horrible fate when their van fell off a cliff. Though only one of them really died, the rest were 'accidentally' dragged into hell where each were tortured according to their sins.


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Cast overview:
Wuttinan Maikan Wuttinan Maikan ... Art
Nathawan Woravit Nathawan Woravit ... Ja
Panyapon Dechsong Panyapon Dechsong ... Chod (as Panyapol Dechsong)
Kom Chauncheun Kom Chauncheun ... Uncle Tao (as Apkom Predakul)
Sittichai Laungesalee Sittichai Laungesalee ... Oon
Baworanrit Chantasakda Baworanrit Chantasakda ... Lae (as Bopjokrith Chatasakda)
Dollaya Polthipattayakul Dollaya Polthipattayakul ... Kim
Karnjanaporn Plodpai Karnjanaporn Plodpai ... Ja's Mother


While traveling during the night, the Mask Mass Production van driven by Lae hits a bus and the driver and passengers awake in hell. Art, Ja, Chod, Oon, Kim, Uncle Tao and Lae are surrounded by demons that force to follow them through an inhospitable land to meet Satan. They learn that they will be judged and punished in accordance with their sins. However Art sneaks and finds a place were he sees that all of them are in coma in a hospital; therefore they might have a chance to escape from hell. But the sinners will have no chance to return before they are tortured for their sins. Will they have chance to live their lives? Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Thai | Sanskrit

Release Date:

23 June 2005 (Thailand) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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The title literally translates as "Hell". See more »


Remake of Jigoku (1960) See more »

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Interesting, with some good scenes.
11 April 2006 | by paintedwallpaperSee all my reviews

Both me and my compadre had some serious expectations for this film. It fell short of those expectations but it still managed to entertain.

First the disappointments. The characters were all stereotypes. Some aspects didn't make sense and some twists were predictable.. The moralistic scenes tended to drag a bit. Finally, the demons and the devil were kind of a let down from a European standpoint; however this movie is from Thailand, so maybe the scariest things the writers could drum up were barbarians.

This movie did show interesting mythology, and hell is truly a loathsome place to be. The torture was hard to watch, and the boiling oil effects were extra neat. Some parts were truly inspired, such as the scene with the ghoulish children. The fun in this film is the campiness, which is bad because a truly terrifying and nightmarish film on hell has yet to be made, but is good because the film does deliver entertainment. You get the feeling that if the movie was taken seriously it would suck just by how the dramatic scenes are so hammy. Anyway, I thought this film was pretty entertaining.

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