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Posts Tagged ‘Phobia’

Phobia (2008)

Thailand deliver a two hour movie made up of four twilight zone horror stories from four of Thailand’s promising directors, none of which I would even dream of pronouncing.

In our first segment “Happiness” we are introduced to housebound teenage girl who spends the day texting on her mobile phone her friends. She receives a mysterious message from a young man, but everything is not what it seems to be! Ooooh! Our second story “Tit for Tat” is a Final Destination revenge short where high school bullies each have a grizzly murder awaiting each and everyone of them. “In the Middle” tells the story of four guys going rafting which ends with the group loosing one of their friends. The last segment “Last Fright” we see our most interesting piece, where a air hostess caters to a snooty princess, only to end up poisoning her! Read the rest of this entry »

Terracotta Far East Festival 2010

Terracotta Distribution are hosting thier second annual Terracotta Far East Film Festival in London, this May. They are present its choice films from the Far East! From Thursday 6th to Sunday 9th May 2010, they invite you to indulge in a fantastic lineup of 15 hand-picked films from Hong Kong, China, Japan, South Korea, and Thailand.

The festival opens with the UK Premier of Little Big Soldier starring Jackie Chan and closes with another exclusive premier; Bodyguards and Assassins starring Tony Leung Ka-Fai and Donnie Yen.

Some notable highlights include; Double Golden Horse Award Winner – Cow, Johnnie To’s Cannes Official Selection – Vengeance and Soi Cheang’s Accident starring Louis Koo! Read the rest of this entry »

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