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The Beast

Thailand 2004
starring Anny Roongnapa Brooke, Pongsakorn Srijun, Jintana Aromyen

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Travelling through the jungle near the Burmese/Cambodian border, an archeologist encounters a whole village slaughtred by some kind of animals, & he finds a small wooden figurine of a monkey. A native, whom he meets on his way on tells him it's the figurine of King Koy, & it's bringing bad luck to anyone carrying it, bad luck that con only be averted if some kind of cloth containing a magic spell is stuck to its forehead - which the professor does.

Later, back in the city, the professor shows his findings - including King Koy'sstatue to his daughter Yoyo & her friends, the girls Palm & Tick Tack, & the boys Dome, Dan & Joe. & as the logic of a film like this goes, one of the youngsters, Joe, finds the figurine of King Koy irresistible & steals it. & once he has it at his home, the first thing he does is to remove the magic cloth from its forehead - which is when the horror starts, first only in his nightmares, but at the next day, he has the whole gang of youngsters around in his house, & as they are youngsters & like to party, it''s inevitable that they drink & make out ... & before they know it, Palm & Dan are taken out by some kind of apelike beast that has obviously come from the King Koy figurine.

The rest of the gang manage to lock themselves into Joe's bedroom, but unfortunately, the little figurine is there, & so when noone's looking, kit takes the form of Dan, who was Tick Tack's boyfriend, & lures Tick Tack out of the room to bloodily dismember her. Then it takes out Dome too, & tries to kill Joe as well, but fails because he has the magic cloth in his pocket - but is obliviious of its power.

So the beast turns its attention to Yoyo & almost kills her too, when Yoyo's father, the professor, stops by, & thank god he carries a magic cloth with hm to stop the beast, & bind it in its form as a figurine ...


Overly clichéd monster-movie that might contain one or the other attempt at real horror & suspence, but overall it is ruined by extremely blatant dialogues & way too much party scenes of the kids listening to some bad covers of bad American 80's pop, scenes that eventually lead to nothing. This all makes the movie rather bad ... but not bad enough to be good again.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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