• Review: 'The Promise' promises classic horror without gimmicks
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    Marcus Goh

    Review: 'The Promise' promises classic horror without gimmicks

    “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).

  • Thai eatery pays homage by serving dishes from defunct heritage vegetarian restaurant
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    Gabriel Choo

    Thai eatery pays homage by serving dishes from defunct heritage vegetarian restaurant

    Thai Goldmine Kitchen is located at 147 Kitchener Road, a five-minute walk away from Farrer Park MRT station. The former Zen Fut Sai Kai, said to be the oldest Chinese vegetarian restaurant in Singapore, used to lie along 147 Kitchener Road. In its place is Thai restaurant, Thai Goldmine Kitchen, which offers authentic dishes from the Land of Smiles, with a wide array of starters, salads, soups, curries, meat, fish, rice and vegetable dishes.

  • Popular Thai cafe After You to bring its desserts to Singapore
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    Popular Thai cafe After You to bring its desserts to Singapore

    Popular Thai café After You will be bringing its array of desserts, including its signature shibuya toast, to Singapore for three days from 8-10 Sept 2017. According to a post by event organiser Sansiri on its Facebook page, the café will be “dishing out their amazing desserts” at The Finest Thai, a lifestyle festival at the Royal Thai Embassy that will feature top Thai brands and shops. This will be the first time that the Thai café is bringing their desserts to Singapore.

  • Review: 'Zombie Fighters' is more funny and emotional than scary
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    Gabriel Choo

    Review: 'Zombie Fighters' is more funny and emotional than scary

    “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).

  • Review: 'Pop Aye' has reflective moments but a terrible twist
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    Marcus Goh

    Review: 'Pop Aye' has reflective moments but a terrible twist

    Secret ending? No. Running time: 104 minutes (~1.75 hours) “Pop Aye” is a Singaporean drama that’s in Thai. The film follows the journey of a washed-up architect and his childhood elephant, Pop Aye, as they journey back to their hometown in search of answers and a purpose. “Pop Aye” was directed and written by Kirsten Tan. It stars Thaneth Warakulnukroh (Thana), Bong (Pop Aye the elephant), Penpak Sirikul (Bo), Chaiwat Khumdee (Dee), Yukontorn Sukkijja (Jenni), and Narong Pongpab (Peak). It is rated M18. As you might have guessed, the cartoon “Popeye” is an important plot point in “Pop ...