Trailer for the Thai-US-UK horror flick ‘M.I.A.: A Greater Evil’

"M.I.A. A Greater Evil" Theatrical Poster

“M.I.A. A Greater Evil” Theatrical Poster

The Amityville Horror meets Apocalypse Now? That’s the vibe we’re getting from Abishek J. Bajaj’s supernatural thriller, M.I.A.: A Greater Evil. This upcoming Thai-US-UK co-production is written by Peter Alan Lloyd and stars Valerie Bentson (Bad Genius), Lamou Vissay (Truy Sat), Mark Matula and Sahajak Boonthanakit (Hard Target 2).

When a group of college students embark on an expedition looking for gold in the jungles of Vietnam, their dreams unravel when a detour leaves them lost and wandering. Tensions mount, as echoes of the Vietnam War follow their every step through the battle-ravaged jungle. Will they find a way out, or will they become the latest victims of a savage and bloody war?

A release date has yet to be announced, but you can check out the film’s Trailer below:

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3 Responses to Trailer for the Thai-US-UK horror flick ‘M.I.A.: A Greater Evil’

  1. Sharon Walsh says:

    I can’t tell if this is supernatural or not from this trailer but it does have me intrigued. R-Point is one of my favorite horror movies.

  2. Murikov says:

    I don’t know about this particular movie, it looks a bit trashy to me. I too liked R-Point and the idea of mixing the Vietnam War with supernatural events/horror always seemed intriguing to me.

    But I highly recommend to read the personal blog of one of this movie’s producer, Peter Alan Llyod (google it).

    He visited many places in Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia that are related to either the Vietnam War, the Khmer Rouge regime and other historical events. He put up some very interesting photos and stories that you won’t find in many history books, especially covering the non-American side of that part of history.

    His blog even helped with organizing my own trip to this region, and I recommend anyone to read up some of his stuff.

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