Retro Thai Film Posters Tell You Everything You Want To Know About A Movie
Does this film have exploding heads? What about flesh-eating zombies? And maybe some really scary stuff I can freak out over? What about sex? One look at any Thai film poster and you’ll know what you’re going to see.
Thai movie posters may not be the best works of art in the world but they do the one thing a good film poster ought to do: they tell you everything you want to know about a movie without having to think too hard.
Does this film have exploding heads? What about flesh-eating zombies? And maybe some really scary stuff I can freak out over? What about sex?
One look at any Thai film poster and you’ll know what you’re going to get.
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