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Khun krabii hiiroh (2004)

The fourth generation of the virus SARS is found in Africa! It's more dangerous and causes the patients to transform into bloodthirsty zombies. The virus quickly lands to Thailand, Dr. ... See full summary »

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Suthep Po-ngam ... Master Thep
Supakorn Kitsuwon ... Khun Krabii (as Suppakorn Kitsuwan)
Phintusuda Tunphairao ... Liu
Lena Christensen ... Dr. Diana (as Lene Christensen)
Andrew Biggs ... Sars zombie
Naowarat Yuktanan ... Minister Ratsuda
Somlek Sakdikul ... Yai
Peud Blackcat ... Pued
Chatchai Doroman ... Goh
Kittikorn Liasirikun ... Inspector (as Kittikorn Liewsirikul)
Direk Amattayakul ... Guard
Boriwat Yuto ... Party Boy
Noppadol Nopsuwanchai ... Tootsie
Korbkiat Pornpakadej ... Minister's Secretary
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The fourth generation of the virus SARS is found in Africa! It's more dangerous and causes the patients to transform into bloodthirsty zombies. The virus quickly lands to Thailand, Dr. Bryan Thompson who creates the anti-virus, ends up getting infected while doing his experiment and soon the virus is spreading to all the residents of his same building. At that time, Khun is trying to help a young girl who's being kidnapped in the building... He ends up trapped in the building with only his precious sword as a weapon. Surrounded by the zombies, he has to find the girl and escape from the building before the government drops a bomb to destroy the virus and the building. Written by Anonymous

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16 December 2004 (Thailand)  »

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Sars Wars: Bangkok Zombie Crisis  »

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Thailands answer to Brain Dead...
12 November 2005 | by See all my reviews

...is almost as good as the original! This is a very stupid movie. The jokes are horrible, and the plot isn't much to speak of. However, I totally love it for these reasons; There is a lot of zombie mayhem in this movie. And I mean a lot. Although the zombies, for some reason, had fangs and could run (which in general is a no-no), I absolutely loved them.

The movie makers must've had distance to themselves, and not taken themselves too seriously. Had they done that, and tried to make the first Thai zombie epic, they may have failed, and a fall from that high would be much worse. Sure, the comedy in this movie is stupid, but it's becoming of the style.

So, this in an all-out splatter feast with lots of immature antics thrown in for good measure, and I highly recommend it.


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