Sometimes shooting a horror movie can be just as terrifying as watching it. During the filming of Indonesian horror movie “Satan’s Slaves” (“Pengabdi Setan”), there were two unexplained occurrences. “My sound recordist recorded something on his Instagram Live Story and there was a sound,” said director Joko Anwar. “Satan’s Slaves”, about a family whose dark history unravels as they are haunted by the spirit of a relative, is a remake of the 1980s Indonesian horror film of the same name.
“The Promise” is a Thai horror movie which revolves around the failed suicide attempt of two schoolgirls during 1997’s Asian Financial Crisis. “The Promise” is directed and written by Sophon Sakdaphisit, with additional writing credits for Sopana Chaowiwatkul and Supalerk Ningsanond. It stars Numthip Jongrachatawiboon (Boum), Apichaya Thongkham (Bell), Thunyaphat Pattarateerachaicharoen (Young Boum), and Panisara Rikulsurakan (Ib).
Hollywood has definitely perfected the art of the superhero movie (just compare “Darna” to “Wonder Woman”), but when it comes to horror, Asian films are still king. Western horror movies focus on the shock factor and the special effects, but Asian films usually hit too close to home, by presenting horrific situations in everyday contexts. If you’re tired of looking at pumpkins and witches on broomsticks for Halloween, here are 10 Asian horror films that will foster that scary Halloween mood without a single mention of “Trick or Treat!” You won’t dare to switch off your lights after watching these films, no matter how high your electricity bill is.
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“Zombie Fighters” is a horror comedy film in Thai. While fighting the zombies, they find themselves at the crossroads of whether to sacrifice themselves or their friends. “Zombie Fighters” is directed by Poj Arnon. It stars Bhuvadol Vejvongsa (Lambo), Kittipat Samantrakulchai (Cooper), Korakrit Laotrakul (Audi), Worrachai Sirikongsuwan (Otto), Supakit Thinjun (Krasoon), Pasakorn Sanrattana (Buzz) and Jutalak Chaweewannamas (Gal).