Pee Mak Phra Khanong (พี่มาก...พระโขนง), GTH's record-setting hit horror comedy, has become the first Thai film to be converted to the 4DX format. It's back in Bangkok cinemas, playing in a limited run until July 24 in the 4Dx theaters at Paragon Cineplex and Major Cineplex Ratchayothin.
The 4D conversion was done for Pee Mak's release last month in Taiwan. According to MovieXclusive, it's the second 4DX film to be released in Taiwan with Man of Steel being the first.
While still in 2D, the viewing experience is augmented by such things as shaking seats and gusts of air.
Around the region, Pee Mak has racked up impressive numbers. In Singapore it's the No. 1 Thai film, earning SGD$768,000 to surpass the previous record holder Phobia 2.
And in Vietnam, it earned 8 billion dong (US$380,300) in its first 10 days of release.