The Thai theatrical poster.
|Directed by||Oxide Pang
|Produced by||Pisut Praesangeam
|Written by||Pisut Praesangeam
|Music by||Orange Music|
|Edited by||Piyapan Choopetch|
|Distributed by||RS Film|
December 21, 2001
March 24, 2003
July 26, 2005
Bangkok Haunted (Thai: ผีสามบาท) is a 2001 Thai horror film compilation, directed by Oxide Pang and Pisut Praesangeam. It is a trio of ghost stories, as told by three people sitting around in a darkened Bangkok bar.
Legend of the Drum
An antiques dealer discovers that a dancer's musical spirit possesses an old drum in her shop.
Black Magic Woman
A lonely young woman is given an aphrodisiac perfume. It is extracted from corpses.
A police cadet searches for the truth behind a girl's suicide by hanging.
- Pimsiree Pimsee as Pagar
- Pramote Seangsorn
- Dawan Singha-Wee as Pan
- Kalyanut Sriboonrueng as Kanya
- Pete Thong-Jeur as Nop
Release and reception
At the time of its release in Thailand, Bangkok Haunted was the second-biggest grossing Thai horror film since Nang Nak in 1999.
The film was screened at the London Thai Film Festival on October 13, 2002.
Reviewing the film at the festival, Variety critic Derek Elley noted the film's atmospheric stylistic touches and technique, saying the first segment, Legend of the Drum was the strongest in terms of storytelling. Black Magic Woman is "largely an excuse for soft-porn sequences between some yucky shocks", Elley wrote. He said Revenge has weak plot development and had an over-reliance on "flashy effects".
Some called unrelated one story The Unborn (2003) and four stories Haunted Universities (2009) as Bangkok Haunted 2 and 3.
- Bangkok Haunted at the Internet Movie Database
- Bangkok Haunted at AllMovie
- Bangkok Haunted at Rotten Tomatoes
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