“Bangkok Love Story” director Poj Arnon’s “Make Me Shudder” looks like one of those horror/comedies that finds a group of obnoxious youngsters cracking wise with the dearly departed. While I’m not running across the ocean to check out the latest chiller from Thailand, it would probably get a watch if it landed on Netflix streaming.
Here’s the premise: Guys check out haunted houses and irritate ghosts. Sometimes they make fun of the reasons these spectral beings died. Apparently killing yourself over lousy grades is an acceptable practice. Even a bloody apparition can’t get any respect these days.
My synopsis sucks. Here’s the official description:
During school break, there was a rule that students must leave their school dormitories to return home. However, a group of student gathered their gang for another trial of ghost challenge. Their place of choice was “Daeng Building” which held a story of student’s tragic suicide. After the suicide, the building was abandoned and became restricted to all students. With a dirty foul mouth, the students wildly challenged the dead from the story.
“Make Me Shudder” hits theaters in Thailand on October 3. Who knows when or if the film will ever make it out of the country. Check out the trailer embedded below if you’re curious.
Via : 24 Frames Per Second