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Garuda (2004) Movie DVD Cover

Garuda (2004) Movie Review

The DVD cover for the Thai monster movie “Garuda” shows a gigantic, bird-like creature perched over a modern city, ready...

Bang Rajan (2000) Movie DVD Cover

Bang Rajan (2000) Movie Review

While originally made in 2000, the Thai war epic “Bang Rajan” didn’t get much exposure outside of Asia despite being...

Unhuman (2004) Movie DVD Cover

Unhuman (2004) Movie Review

Science fiction is a dangerous genre. It takes a degree of thought and subtlety to pull off a good film....

Shutter (2004) Movie DVD Cover

Shutter (2004) Movie Review

Ah, the dead. They’re just so vindictive and oh so predictable, aren’t they? Of course it’s probably not the fault...

Born to Fight (2004) Movie Poster

Born to Fight (2004) Movie Review

If you’re a normal person like me, you should be thinking these thoughts while watching the Thai action movie “Born...

Jan Dara (2001) Movie DVD Cover

Jan Dara (2001) Movie Review

As the Thailand movie Jan Dara opens, a note from director Nonzee Nimibutr cautions the viewer that the movie they...

Goodman Town (2002) Movie Poster

Goodman Town (2002) Movie Review

“Goodman Town” rarely makes sense, and director Sakchai Sribonnam seems to know this. The film is basically a parody of...

February (2003) Movie Poster

February (2003) Movie Review

I’ve been meaning to watch more Thai films, mostly because the industry has obviously improved in recent years. The quality...

Ong-bak (2003) Movie Poster

Ong-bak (2003) Movie Review

The Thai movie “Ong-bak” is the type of film sane movie stuntmen avoid. Why? Because “Ong-bak” is a vicious and...

Body Jumper (2001) Movie Poster

Body Jumper (2001) Movie Review

Taking its cue from the still-fresh Teen Horror Parody genre ala “Scary Movie”, the Thai film “Body Jumper” has a...

Krai Thong (2001) Movie Poster

Krai Thong (2001) Movie Review

I’ve been asked why I haven’t reviewed that many movies from Thailand. It’s simple, really. The vast majority of movies...

three dvd

Three (2002) Movie Review

The new Asian anthology movie “Three”, in which 3 directors from 3 different countries craft individual tales unrelated to the...

Nang Nak dvd

Nang Nak (1999) Movie Review

The story of Nang Nak (which translates from Thai as “Miss Nak” (the formal/respectful designation for a woman)) has been...