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Movie: Laddaland (2011)

Would you "stay" or "move out" if your village had ghosts? 

Laddaland (2011) is Thailand's latest horror flick, from the studio that brought us "Coming Soon", "4Bia", and "Phobia 2", all of which I have watched. Hehe.

Laddaland's director Sophon Sakdapisit co-wrote the most successful Thai horror thriller ever, "Shutter" and "Alone" (trailers). If you're a big fan of Thai horror movies, you'd know what I'm talking about.


Teaser:
There is an urban legend about a village where screams and shrieks fill the night. Mass murders are taking place and no matter how much the residents pray, it seems like nothing can save them. The death toll continues and the residents are fleeing from this place. This cursed place is called "Laddaland".Synopsis: Thee has bought a new house in a neighborhood named Laddaland and relocated his family - wife Parn, teenage daughter Nan, and son Nat - from Bangkok for a better life away from his mother-in-law who despises him. Parn and Nat are thrilled but Nan is peeved about having to settle down in a brand new environment. Barely a few weeks later, bizarre things start to happen in the neighborhood.

This is the best line from the synopsis - "Death is something we all must face sooner or later, but in Laddaland, your dead neighbors are what you must deal with."


Laddaland is not as eerie as Shutter but it's hauntingly compelling with shock factors, especially unbearably dreary slo-mo scenes with jarring music to scare the pants off you. Apart from dealing with ghosts, this movie also probes the issue of family dysfunction and how much stress a family could handle before everyone is pushed to their limits.

If you're a Thai horror flick fan, I do recommend this movie.


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