This Terrifying Thai Horror Film Was Shot Entirely On An iPhone & We Guarantee You Will Have Nightmares!

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This Terrifying Thai Horror Film Was Shot Entirely On An iPhone & We Guarantee You Will Have Nightmares!

2 Weeks ago
By MJC97

While we have been enjoying the movies that Apple has been releasing, we also forgot that it is all part of their marketing plan to promote the iPhone 13 which could be dubbed as the phone with the best video camera. But, it doesn't really matter because some of these movies are really good. 

 

One of them is the recently released Thai horror film that will definitely terrify you to your core! Made by renowned filmmaker Parkpoom Wongpoom who is known for Shutter (2004) and Alone (2007), Those That Follow is a 20-minute film in collaboration with Apple and is inspired by true events. 


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The film revolves around 3 teenagers involved in a robbery gone wrong who try to hide from authorities at a local ghost mask festival. They eventually find, in the most frightening way possible, that there is no hiding from your crimes, with the film spotlighting the local belief of "Phi Ta Khon," or ghosts following people.


Here are some screenshots of the film:

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Parkpoom's return to filmmaking after four years was made possible by the use of the iPhone 13 Pro and its built-in Cinematic mode (which allows for focus point switching in post-production). The film, according to Parkpoom, is an "attempt to show the world what we can do and inspire future filmmakers to develop their own films."


Watch the full film here:


What do you think of the film? Share your opinions in the comments section, we'd love to hear your thoughts!

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