Tuesday, September 21, 2010

The Snow White and no seven dwarves

Gross-out horror, comedy and even a bit of nudity combine for Golden A Entertainment's The Snow White (ตายทั้งกลม , Tai Tang Klom), in which two students undertake the secret dissection of a pregnant woman's corpse to get the dead infant for black-magic spells. But instead of gaining any powers, the students hunted by the vengeful ghost of the dead woman. Their only hope is a kind-hearted nurse who tries to stop the ghost.

The nurse is played by "Nannie" Pattaranan Deeratsamee (ภัทรนันท์ ดีรัศมี) from the pop group Girly Berry, making her movie debut. She follows in the footsteps of bandmates "Giftza" Piya Pongkulapa and Nymph star "Gybzy" Wanida Ternthanaporn in making the shift from the music business to film.

Sarawut Intaraprom (สราวุธ อินทรพรหม), who previously did the indie romantic comedy Boring Love, directs.

The trailer is at YouTube and is embedded below.

The Snow White is in Thai cinemas this week.

(Via NangDee.com, MovieSeer)


  1. I'm not sure about this one. This looks to be in even more dubious taste than Sick Nurses.

  2. Yeah. It looks awful. I'm going to see it if I can.


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