Ghost Lab: Netflix lands Thai supernatural thriller for May 26 release

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Ghost Lab, Thai, Netflix, film, 2021

Netflix, a streaming service famous for hosting an impressive amount of foreign films and television series, has acquired the Thai supernatural thriller Ghost Lab.

Directed by “Goff” Paween Purijitpanya (Body) and produced by GDH 559, Ghost Lab stars “Tor” Thanapob Leeratanakachorn, “Ice” Paris Intarakomalyasut, and “Nychaa” Nuttanicha Dungwattanawanich in a story of supernatural experiments that cross boundaries between life and death.

This is the first time Netflix is partnering with GDH, a Thai entertainment conglomerate GMM Grammy subsidiary. Ghost Lab is also the first Thai film to be produced in Dolby Vision, so you know it’s going to sound really good. If you’ve got a nice set of headphones, you might want to bust them out for this one.

“Ghost Lab is a bold, original film from the brilliant mind of Director Paween Purijitpanya and an incredible Thai cast and crew. We’re excited to partner with GDH to bring this film to our members in Thailand and around the world,” said Malobika Banerji, Director of Content, Southeast Asia at Netflix.

Ghost Lab’s storyline is quite unconventional, because it attempts a deeper exploration of our belief in the supernatural, and whether this can be proven by science. It’s an honor to be partnering with a global platform that allows for creative expression and I hope this movie will encourage the audience to contemplate their ways of life and find the answers to their questions,” added director Purijitpanya.

“This year, GDH will continue to produce a diverse and fresh slate of top-quality Thai films like Ghost Lab. These are films which will cement GDH’s reputation as being in the forefront of the Thai filmmaking industry. We are happy that our titles will have the chance to capture audiences around the world on Netflix,” said Jina Osothsilp, Chief Executive Officer of GDH.

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Well, this is awesome. My wife and I are big fans of surfing Netflix for intriguing content from other parts of the world, and I’m excited to tell her about this one. If you get a chance, check out Alice in Borderland on Netflix. It’s like a twisted version of the anime GANTZ, and it is very intense. I’ve even attached a trailer for it to this article. Be sure to check it out.

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