ทองสุก 13

By Taweewat WANTHA


Horror - Completed 2013

On Friday the 13th, a group of friends visit an isolated island on a vast lake where a prank backfires.

    • Year of production
    • 2013
    • Genres
    • Horror
    • Countries
    • Languages
    • THAI
    • Duration
    • 95 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Taweewat WANTHA
    • Producer(s)
    • Adirek WATLEELA (WAVE Pictures), Narit YUVABOON (WAVE Pictures)
    • Synopsis
    • Thongsook is a nerdy strange guy who always tags along with Boy, Nam, Jack, Beam and Pui’s gang. No matter how much they are tired of him, it seems that they are unable get rid of him. He’s especially attached to Nam, his childhood friend.
      Upon the upcoming weekend, something that will make them remember Thongsook for the rest of their life is happening. Everyone plans to go to an isolated island on the middle of a vast lake together. The only condition is that they will exclude Thongsook from this. But somehow, Thongsook surprisingly find his way with them on the trip.
      At the time they arrive on the island, it happens to be Friday the 13th, when the villagers believe that is “The Night of Swarming Ghosts”, which is the night where all the ghosts will come out to eat the offerings. It’s an old tradition that has been done generation after generation out of fear and respect. But for these youngsters, it’s just another stupid and outdated tradition.
      For some reasons, Thongsook seems to fear this night very much. The gang takes this chance to play prank on him. They lock him up inside a cabinet in the old shrine where the ceremony is being held. After having a big laugh about it, they come back to free Thongsook after leaving him there for quite a while.
      But the joke isn’t funny anymore when they open the cabinet and find nothing inside. They search the whole island but Thongsook is nowhere to be found.
      Where has he gone to?
      Is he taken by the ghosts?
      Before the dawn comes, will the ghosts come to take them too?
      No one knows, No one can answer, except Thongsook.
      Is “The Night of Swarming Ghosts” a real deal?