Currently undergoing the US remake treatment with Joshua Jackson (Cursed; Dawson's Creek) and Rachael Taylor (Transformers; See No Evil) in the starring roles, the creepy Thai shocker Shutter comes to DVD from Premier Asia on 14th January 2008 and packed with over two hours of extras, not least of which is a truly spine-chilling photo gallery that's almost as scary as the movie itself.
Fright lovers who thought Asian horror movies were becoming somewhat stale and repetitive in recent years will find great delight in this superior horror flick, which, while starting off on what seems like overly-familiar ground, manages to turn the genre on its head with a truly unexpected plot development, a cracking final reel and a terrifying closing image that will haunt viewers long after the credits have rolled.
Driving home from a drinking party, photographer Tun and his girlfriend Jane accidentally knock down a teenage girl. But rather than going to the victim's aid, Tun convinces Jane to leave the scene of the accident. In the days following the incident, bizarre ghostly images begin to appear on photographs taken by Tun. Investigations into the cause of this mysterious phenomenon lead Tun and Jane to a girl from Tun's past and a very dark and deeply disturbing secret.
An effective ghost story that combines atmospheric chills with plenty of shock moments, Shutter piles on the tension from the very start and builds to a final 20 minutes that will have even the most hardened horror fans hanging on the edges of their seats.
- Cast and director on-screen commentary
- Promotional gallery (including original trailer, original teaser, UK theatrical trailer the three original TV spots)
- The Making of Shutter featurette
- Production notes (including undeveloped scenes, production sketches, photo gallery, Ghosts in the Machine photo gallery, storyboard to screen comparisons and alternative scenes).
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.