My Account | Cart Contents | Checkout



Top Names

or Title

Home Page
Subscriber Discount
Shipping Policy
Privacy Notice
Contact Us


die a violent death (2010) Thai Ultra Violent Horror
die a violent death (2010) Thai Ultra Violent Horror

original Thailand title TAI HONG [Die Violently]
also known as STILL and DEATH PLACE

director(s): Poj Arnon Chatchai Katenut Tanwarin Sukkhapisit Manussa Vorasingha
Mai Charoenpura Akara Amarttayakul Supakson Chaimongkol TAE Uttaporn Teemakorn

Here is an omnibus film of four stories, leading one into the next. Each tale is structured from Thailand's most gruesome headlines, spurred mostly by a horrendous nightclub fire that erupted on New Years Eve 2009 at the crowded Santaka in Bangkok, taking the lives of 40+ young people. In the first tale, Blaze, a man is haunted by a ghost after he survives a fire that killed his girlfriend. This story segues into Imprison about a man who believes he's going insane after his cell-mate hangs himself. In Revenge, a deaf-mute drug-dealer murders a female thief in his apartment but makes the mistake of stashing her body in his building's water duct. This all meshes into Haunting Motel, where an aging stripper-cum-prostitute, a gay guy and his straight friend end up in a hotel owned by an insane old lady.

This project is mostly the brainchild of Poj Arnon, who also had a hit with another 'ripped from the headlines' shocker called THE UNBORN CHILD. Prior to his flirtation with the horror genre, Mr Arnon directed the female actioner CHAI-LAI ANGELS in 2008.

A Thai film with English subtitles;
widescreen uncut (100 min.) in DVD encoded for ALL REGION,
playable on any American DVD machine.
Extras include theatrical trailer.

Graphic Violence/Gore/Sexual Brutality
Recommended for Adult Audience

Sale Price: $17.50
0 items