One of the first top Thai movies Miss Suwanna of Siam was premiered on June 22, 1923. Since that a number of native and foreign directors have created thousands of Thai movies. 2010 was a year of glory of Thai films, Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives, by Apichatpong Weerasethakul received Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival. Best Thai movies were screened all over the world such as King of the White Elephant (1940), Black silk (1961), Tears of the Black Tiger (2000), The Legend of Suriyothai (2001), Tropical Malady (2002), by Apichatpong Weerasethakul, The Overture (2004), by Ittisoontorn Vichailak, Dek hor (2006), by Songyos Sugmakanan, Ploy (2008), by Pen-Ek Ratanaruang. The Thai films have few specific genre. Middle 1990s was the time of appearance of independent movies. Thai directors such as Apichatpong Weerasethaku received a worldwide fame at that time. There are several film festivals in Thailand: World Film Festival of Bangkok, Thai Short Film and Video Festival, Bangkok International Film Festival where Thai and foreign movies are presented (for example, top 10 Thai movies 2008 received The Lotus Prize). You can download top Thai movies from our site!
Gentle giant Barney Emerald is drugged and robbed while on holiday in Pattaya. He befriends two Thai sisters, one who can speak English, another who is a muay-thai kick-boxing champion, and stays with them until he can recover his passport. After eating some spicy "somtum" at their mother's restaurant, he accidentally demolishes the place. He vows to find a way to earn the money to rebuild the restaurant.
What kind of scenes in a horror film scares you the most? When a ghost appears totally unexpectedly? When the main character does not see the ghost sneaking up behind him? When at the very end you find out that the main character was actually a ghost all along? But none of this compares to the feeling of arriving home alone and suddenly being stuck by a feeling of deja-vu that you are reenacting the very same scenes in the horror movie you just saw!