Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Sick Nurses, Train of the Dead for Taiwan, Bangkok Love Story to Singapore

Following the trail of Body #19, last year's loopy slasher-ghost comedy Sick Nurses and the Phranakorn horror Train of the Dead, will be released in Taiwan.

Sick Nurses, about a ghost nurse seeking revenge on the sexy, naughty, bitchy former co-workers and the doctor boyfriend who killed her, opens in Taiwan on April 18. I saw this film last year and hated it so vehemently, I want to see it again. Isn't it weird how that works?

I have less strong feelings about Train of the Dead because I didn't see it. So here's the link to the MovieSeer synopsis.

Meanwhile, the homosexual romantic crime thriller, Bangkok Love Story (recent winner of the Suphanahongsa Award for Best Screenplay), will open on March 6 in Singapore. It's rated R21, the highest age restriction for films in the city-state. Ratings. What a concept.

With all these, I would guess that English subtitled DVDs follow the theatrical release within a few months, so there's a few things to watch for, if you're interested.

More information:

(Via Deknang/Popcorn)

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