Starring: Scout Taylor-Compton, James Landry Hebert, Michael S New, Mark Boone Junior
Director: Rich Ragsdale
On holiday in Thailand, a young couple fall in with some new friends, who offer, after a drinking and strip club session, to take them to an amazing photo opportunity. Taken to a strange and eerie forest, to see ghost houses, model size dwellings for spirits, the young woman is tricked into taking on the curse of the ghost house there. Can her fiancé find out how to lift the curse before she is sent mad and her soul is taken forever?
This film does suffer from some classic horror film cliches, people do idiotic things that you probably wouldn’t do in real life. And I did feel like the local Thai people were sidelined and not really treated like real people. They come across as cute peasants a lot of the time…
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