A Small Gathering of Pics From The Child’s Eye 3D

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As you well know, the Pang Brothers are well versed in the world of supernatural horror. That having been said, their recent output has been more than a little stale, which makes me a bit skeptical of their upcoming three-dimensional horror endeavor “The Child’s Eye 3D”. It’s not that I necessarily believe they are wretched filmmakers, mind you, but they have been kicking the same dead horse for quite some time now. Will this project be any different? That remains to be seen. Until then, we’ll just have to speculate on the film’s impact using this collection of pictures from Film Smash.

Author: Todd Rigney

Todd was raised on a steady diet of Hollywood blockbusters, late-night Cinemax programming, and USA’s “Up All Night,” which may explain why his taste in movies is more than a little questionable. When he isn’t providing news and reviews for Beyond Hollywood, he can be found lounging lazily on his couch, perched in front of his television, or dwelling in places where direct sunlight can be easily avoided. He's happily married, in his 30's, and totally badass. If you'd like to reach Todd, you can follow him on Twitter or send him email/scoops to todd (at) beyondhollywood.com.
  • Arthur

    Love the Pang Bros. “The Eye” was groundbreaking and creepy as hell; love Lee Sinje. “The Eye 2″ was a very good sequel. “Re-Cycle” was epic (love the blu-ray). “The Eye 3″ was insane and should not have been called “The Eye 3″ or “The Eye: Infinity” because of no connection to the first two films. “Omen” and “Bangkok Haunted” were decent. “The Messengers” wasn’t bad in tone; could have been better though. But the Pang Bros. have formidable challengers in the supernatural film set. Those Thai dudes, including Parkpoom Wongpoom and Banjong Pisanthanakun, that made “Shutter” (2004), “Alone”, “4bia” and “Phobia 2″ have picked up the ball and are running with it. “The Child’s Eye 3D” does look very promising. Love Asian horror. South Korea has put out some monster hits too: “A Tale Of Two Sisters”, “Epitaph”, “Phone”, “Apartment”, “The Red Shoes”, the “Whispering Corridors” films, “Death Bell” and SO many more. Japan has been in a slump since the “Ringu” and “Ju-on” phenomenon. “Premonition”, “Infection”, “Kairo”, “Chakushin Ari” and its sequels, “The Locker”, “Ekusute” and “Otoshimono” were all decent. Still have to see Takashi Shimizu’s “The Shock Labyrinth”.