In the Rattanakosin Kingdom, Mak (Mario Maurer) leaves his pregnant wife Nak (Davika Hoorne) to join the war and meets for soldiers who become his friends. During this time, his wife Nak struggles to give birth to their baby. When the war ends, Mak invites his friends to visit Phra Khanong and meet his beautiful wife Nak. meanwhile, rumors fly around town that Nak is a ghost. His four friends and villagers trying to tell Mak that his wife is already dead. <PEE MAK> is another legendary Thai ghost's movie that will capture the nation's heart in their custom believe. However, <PEE MAK> is not only just a ghost story but the box office guaranteed director from his previous success in <Shutter> Banjong Pisanthanakun did not deliver the best from his best known for making those creepy and scary scenes but adding too much unnecessary dumb ideas with repetitions. It was then turn out to be a low class comedy instead with huge disappointment in regards to many unessential and superfluous developments. There were also a couple production scenes were poorly executed  without much effort to highlight and make-it-work but to jeopardise it. The charm of the promised frightens are totally ruined despite it was overwhelmed when releases in Thailand. Where has the real good Thai Horror gone? 

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