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Lizard Woman (2004)

Tuk kae phii (original title)
While studying caves, a group of geologists leaded by Professor Maeda is attacked by gecko fiends that possess their bodies transforming them into zombies. The next morning, the local ... See full summary »

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Manop Udomdej
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Pete Thongchua Pete Thongchua ... Witoonr (as Petr Thongchua)
Rungrawee Barijindakul Rungrawee Barijindakul ... Kwanpailin (as Rungravee Brijindakul)
Kowit Wattanakul Kowit Wattanakul ... Inspector
Wantip Pawapootanon Wantip Pawapootanon ... Nida
Sarayuth Sritong Sarayuth Sritong ... Niphon
Chatthapong Phantana-Angkul Chatthapong Phantana-Angkul ... Ko (as Chattapong Pantanaangkoon)
Isika Tangsrichanon Isika Tangsrichanon ... Kai (as Aisika Tangsirichanon)
Sophita Sribanchean Sophita Sribanchean ... Bam (as Sophita Sribanchaen)
Kazuki Yono Kazuki Yono ... Maeda Choo
Saito Kano Saito Kano ... Maeda Miyo
Suchada Eam Suchada Eam ... Aunti Sai
Jai Pongsak Jai Pongsak ... Kaleum
Satha Sathatip Satha Sathatip ... Nai Amphur
Jarun Petchjaren Jarun Petchjaren ... Uncle Maak (as Jaran Petchjaraen)
Oliver Bever Oliver Bever ... Brain Doctor (as Oliver Beever)
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While studying caves, a group of geologists leaded by Professor Maeda is attacked by gecko fiends that possess their bodies transforming them into zombies. The next morning, the local inspector finds the corpses of the team. Miss Kwan travels to that location to give lectures and is possessed by the evil gecko spirit, but her skeptical boyfriend doctor does not understand what is happening to her and believes she has suffered brain damage. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Horror | Thriller

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Gecko Spirit
19 January 2010 | by claudio_carvalhoSee all my reviews

While studying caves, a group of geologists leaded by Professor Maeda is attacked by gecko fiends that possess their bodies transforming them into zombies. On the next morning, the local inspector finds the corpses of the team. Then the writer Miss Kwan travels to the location to give lectures and is possessed by the evil gecko spirit, but her skeptical boyfriend doctor does not understand what is happening to her and believes she has a brain damage.

The dull "Tuk Kae Phii" a.k.a. "Lizard Woman" is a messy supernatural story that does not make any sense at least for westerns. I am not sure whether this lizard spirit is part of the Thai folklore or urban legend and make sense for Thai people; nevertheless this awful movie is neither scary nor funny, and the awful screenplay never develops characters or situations and therefore does not work. My vote is one (awful).

Title (Brazil): "A Maldição do Lagarto" ("The Curse of the Lizard")


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Thailand

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4 November 2004 (Thailand) See more »

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$378,900
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