Starring: Chulachak Chakrabongse, Sririta Jensen and Paula Taylor
You got to hand it to Asian slashers. They know how to make it weird!
|Told you sticking your head out|
in a car was a bad idea.
Rainbow is a newcomer to an international highschool in Southern Thailand and gets recruited by a local gang of pranksters and "daredevils" after finding out that she's somehow connected to the controversial and very mysterious death of a school girl found impaled on a flagpole. During her initiation, she tells them of an old urban legend about a certain number - 999-9999 - that grants one wish to whoever manage to call it at the stroke of midnight. She, however, warns them of its drawbacks, mainly about being killed off by the time their wishes are granted, but her new classmates decide to try it out anyway.
As you guessed it, Rainbow was right and her friends' wishes starts to get granted one by one before Death, or something equally supernatural, comes for them through a series of bizarre accidents. It's only a matter of time before they're all killed unless they figure out a way to stop "999"...
|If only Syfy gore could be this fun to look at...|
It's a fun film, I have to say, even if it's hardly passes as a "good" horror film; the plot's generic and you can see a lot of things coming from afar, Even so, if cheap thrills please you and cheesy delight harbors the very joy of your world, then you got my word on this small-time pro. Recommended for all cheesy slasher fans!
1 female found impaled to a flagpole
1 male had his throat slashed by metal shard inside a car wash
1 female killed offcamera after being snared by a crane hook
1 male immolated by freak gas leak accident
1 male eviscerated against shards from a broken window ledge, disemboweled as he falls to his death
1 female gets a flying buzzsaw slicing her head in half
1 male lands on a pipe, impaled