The movie was pulled from nationwide screenings in mid-November straight after its Bangkok premiere. 

This week, controversy engulfed Prabda Yoon's film debut Motel Mist, when it was pulled from screens straight after its press premiere by the producers, True Visions. While that film's future is now uncertain, we take a look at other prominent titles that failed to see the light of day here in Thailand. 

The parties may be canceled, but you can still get your scare on with these horror films on the big screen. 

Take your movie-going experience to the next level with these upscale options.

Art-house alternatives to the city’s big blockbuster-obsessed cinemas. 

The people and places making Thai film great again.

Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives (2010)

BBC Culture polled 177 film critics from around the world, with Thai director Apichatpong "Joe" Weerasethakul among the big winners.

BK writer Bonnie Sananvatananont experiences a buttock-clenching ride at SF World Cinema’s new interactive MX4D screen during the opening of anti-hero film of the moment, Suicide Squad.

3D design of BKKSR. Credit: www.fb.com/bangkokscreeningroom

Art-house flicks and cult classics, coming to a screen near you this August.