Monday, 15 December 2014

[Movie Review] O.T Ghost Overtime

Thank you Clover Films for the invitation to O.T Ghost Overtime preview screening at the newly opened Golden Village (GV) Suntec City Mall. A Thai horror movie that contains both scary scenes and at the same time humor. My boy and I had a good laugh at some parts and in between. Overall an enjoyable show to watch.

Movie plot: Three partners (played by Ananda Everingham, Chakrit Yamnam and Ray MacDonald) run an odd company and are one day hired to do a wedding party at a luxurious old hotel. This hotel was said to be one of the most haunted hotel in ASEAN.

Brief Synopsis:

(O.T. Ghost Overtime continues the story from film O.T. in the omnibus 3AM.)

After being spooked by the ghosts in their office, Karan (Shahkrit Yamnarm) and Tee (Ray Macdonald) have made it out alive, though they now suffered hallucination and paranoia. They can’t use the elevator, and they have to constantly checking if the person standing next to them is actually a human and not a ghost. But still, the two bosses still play ghost-pranks on their employees. This time, they’re joined by a new partner Badin (Ananda Everingham). They tease and spook the staff who stay late in the evening to claim overtime. But things always get spookier late at night in this unusual company. This time, together they will have to rescue the company from a critical condition while experience unexpected events in their own office. Their staff who loves working overtime will be part of this misadventure.

Sukhapat Lohwacharin who act as Neung is such a funny guy in the show right from the start! Super good acting from him.

In the show, unfortunate things happened in the office, 
and creepy things returned haunting people after working hours..

but things did not just happen in their office.. bigger problem awaits them in the old, gigantic hotel - for a project they have to work on..

These two male lead do look alike.. making it difficult to differentiate who is who at first. 
Try guessing who's good and who's not, who's the master behind the big prank!

Apart from the scary moments, viewers can also enjoy watching these two babes starring in the show! Plus points for the movie! :)

Although I personally dislike prank that involves sacrificing life, all those pranks were cleverly plotted. Viewers can expect heart throbbing moments by the sudden prank attack or horrifying ghost appearance. Too much pranks going on one after another, no one knows if what you see is a real ghost or a human just having fun, not until you've watched till the end! A totally different kind of horror film.

In Cinemas: 11th Dec 2014
Language: Thai with English subtitles only
Genre: Horror / Thriller / Comedy
Runtime: 103 mins
Director: Issara Nadee
Cast: Ray Macdonald as Tee, Ananda Everingham as Badin, Shahkrit Yamnarm as Karan, Akarat Nimitchai as An, Pimpawee Kograbin as Tan, Nalintip Phoemphattharasakun as Mam, Suttasitt Pottasak as Hart, Sukhapat Lohwacharin as Neung, Atthaphan Phusawat as O, Petei Hokri as Russ, Milan Ketsuwan as Neus, Kanyarin Nithinapparath as Nging
Distributor: MM2 Entertainment