Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
Hong Kong director Patrick Leung, Japanese director Takahiko Akiyama, and Thai director Thanit Jitnikul pool their resources to terrify audiences with a three-part horror omnibus that proves terror takes many unique forms. When Hong Kong sexpot Jane (Annie Liu) returns to her boyfriend Joe (Dylan Kuo)'s apartment after an extended absence, various clues lead her to believe that Joe may have entered into an affair with the woman next door. Little does Jane realize, however, that next-door neighbor Hosie (Race Wong) may be from another plane of reality. In the second tale, a wife (Asaka Seto) suffering from horrific nightmares takes her husband (Takashi Kashiwabara) to visit a psychiatrist (Tomorrowo Taguchi), only to discover that the death that surrounds her seems to originate from a supernatural source. The trilogy draws to a close with director Jitnikul's non-linear tale of a husband (Kajornsak Ratananisai) whose wife (Pitchanart Sakhakorn) is suffering from hallucinations that may be the result of a traumatic incident involving the couple's child.
boyfriend, cheating, child, hallucination, neighbor, nightmare, supernatural