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Tai hong (2010)

An omnibus film of four stories pulled straight from Thailand's most gruesome headlines. In "Flame", a man is haunted by regret and a ghost after he survives a nightclub fire that killed ... See full summary »
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... Phii Dao (segment "Haunting Motel")
... Arm (segment "Flame")
Supakson Chaimongkol ... Nuan (segment "Revenge")
... Gong (segment "Imprison")
Uttaporn Teemakorn ... Niranam (segment "Imprison")
Wiradit Srimalai ... Puu (segment "Revenge")
Pimolrat Pisalayabuth ... Pang (segment "Flame")
Kachapa Toncharoen ... Phii Naknaen (segment "Haunting Motel")
Vasana Chalakorn ... Crazy Hotel Lady (segment "Haunting Motel")
Ratchanont Sukpragawp ... Thua (segment "Haunting Motel")
Arisara Thongborisut ... Jawys (segment "Revenge")
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Samuch Chaisuwan
Anchalee Saisoontorn ... Landlady (segment "Revenge")
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An omnibus film of four stories pulled straight from Thailand's most gruesome headlines. In "Flame", a man is haunted by regret and a ghost after he survives a nightclub fire that killed his girlfriend. In "Imprison", a prisoner questions his sanity after his cell-mate hangs himself. In "Revenge", a deaf-mute drug dealer murders a woman thief in his apartment, and makes the mistake of stashing her corpse in his apartment building's water duct. Finally, in the comic "Haunting Motel", an aging stripper-cum-prostitute, a gay guy and his straight friend end up in a hotel owned by a crazy old lady and haunted by a ladykiller. Written by Anonymous

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28 January 2010 (Thailand)  »

Also Known As:

Die a Violent Death  »

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All four stories are based on true stories from Thai newspaper headlines. The most notorious, "Flame", is closely based on a nightclub fire that killed 66 people in Bangkok on New Years 2008-2009. See more »

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Familiar Stories
15 August 2010 | by See all my reviews

The premise of Tai hong is based on actual headlines from Thailand. However, with the exception of "Flame," the other stories are fairly generic Asian folklore. "Flame" is also the best of the 4 stories with excellent production quality and a twisty plot. The story that followed, "Imprison" is the least developed, almost like an afterthought. It is exactly what you would expect and it played out as predictably. "Revenge" is the familiar body in the water tank story. The demonic red-eyes SFX is extremely distracting and certainly below par compared to the "Flame." There are some gross-out moments, but everything else was the same story you read/heard/was told about. Haunting Motel" is set with a gay man-straight friend and a prostitute. It didn't really fit with the first 3 stories, but it was somewhat funny with a humorous take on the Grudge crawling female ghost. However, it was too over the top slapstick and felt misplaced.

Overall it is not that bad but it felt like the film really wanted to do one movie but ended up with 3 others.


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