Netflix has acquired worldwide rights to “Ghost Lab”, a Thai supernatural thriller by a Bangkok-based studio GDH 559, the same studio behind the hit film “Bad Genius”.
Directed by “Goff” Paween Purijitpanya, Ghost Lab is a film about supernatural experiments which cross boundaries between life and death. It stars “Tor” Thanapob Leeratanakachorn, “Ice” Paris Intarakomalyasut and “Nychaa” Nuttanicha Dungwattanawanich.
A thought-provoking movie, the storyline of Ghost Lab is quite unconventional. The movie attempts to dig deeper into our belief in the supernatural and encourage people to contemplate their lives and find answers to their questions. It also the first Thai movie to be produced in Dolby Vision.
Ghost Lab Release Date
It is the first deal between Netflix and GDH 599. The studio is a consistent producer of quality films in the country. It was formed under a joint venture between Thai studios GMM Grammy and Hub Ho Hin in 2016.
The deal between Netflix and GDH came into force as Cinemas across Thailand were ordered to shut down as the country forced stricter lockdown as a part of the measures to fight COVID.
‘A Bold and Original Film’
Malobika Banerji, Director of Content, Southeast Asia at Netflix said, “Ghost Lab is a bold, original film from the brilliant mind of Director Paween Purijitpanya and an incredible Thai cast and crew. We’re excited to partner with GDH to bring this film to our members in Thailand and around the world.”
The Director of the film Purijitpanya added, “Ghost Lab’s storyline is quite unconventional, because it attempts a deeper exploration of our belief in the supernatural, and whether this can be proven by science. It’s an honor to be partnering with a global platform that allows for creative expression and I hope this movie will encourage the audience to contemplate their ways of life and find the answers to their questions.