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Sentosa Spooktacular 2013 + chance of a lifetime


I've got you covered on this! Fresh news! Asia's largest horror fest, Sentosa Spooktacular, collaborates with award-winning Thai horror film maker, GMM Tai Hub Co. Ltd (GTH) for this year's even more spine-chilling hair-standing (eyes-covering for me!!) event! GTH makes films like Coming Soon, Shutter, Body, Dorm and the latest Pee Mak (actually they make happy shows too, hehe) (oh and I cover my eyes whenever the commercial for Pee Mak comes on tv). Besides the usual trails and attractions, the event now features new trails set on themes of the popular horror flicks of GTH, and its gonna be so real that you feel like you're living in the movie.. and I wish I never do. HAHA. Okay, in all seriousness, its a super realistic event where your favourite award-winning movie horror comes alive, so be sure to check it out if you love those movies.

*I clearly remember Shutter being the most horror-fic movie I ever watched, and I've never watched any horror movies since. Its just.. really scary. Argh. I'm a scaredy cat :( *

L-R: Jiang Shi (Chinese Vampire), Mr. David Goh, Senior Divisional Director from Sentosa Leisure Management, GTH’s Mr. Yongyoot Thongkongtoon,Senior Director of International Business Department for GMM Tai Hub Co. Ltd and Chapa (Character from Coming Soon) after signing of the "Spook Pact"

"The collaboration with GTH will see an infusion of Thai horror popularized by recent Thai cinematography. Beautiful Ghost wife ‘Nak’ from Pee Mak, vengeful sprits such as ‘Dararai’ from Body and ‘Netre’ from Shutter, will join arms with ‘Wichien’, the angry child spirit from Dormas well as the gruesome and iconic ‘Chaba’, who cursed and took the lives of movie goers in the frightful film, Coming Soonin making their nether world crossover to Fort Siloso come October 2013.
The five will add to the line-up of Spooktacular’s famed resident ghoul ambassadors such as the Pontianak, the Chinese Ghost Bride, the Dead Soldier and the Chinese Vampire (Jiang Shi), who were successfully hired last year after their public displays and performances won over Sentosa Spooktacular’s organisers.  Together, these two groups of distinctively Asian supernaturals will come together to populate Fort Siloso and its five new Horror Trails for a fright fest filled with spine-chilling encounters of ‘spooktacular’ proportions"
CHECK OUT THE TEASER!!! I didn't watch beyond 30 secs of it :P

Video teaser produced by GTH Co. Ltd

And now! The chance of a lifetime! Wanna be part of GTH's new productions? I'm sure this is a chance of a lifetime that a lot of people should go for - being in an highly anticipated movie by your favourite producers. They would be casting talents for their productions so please note the following if you are an aspiring ghoul :P
"Spooktacular fans can also participate in a video contest where the winner can stand a chance to be a talent at Spooktacular and be shortlisted for an audition for a GTH movie! Interested participants are encouraged to show-off their acting chops by submitting video re-enactments of scenes from a choice of Thai horror films;Shutter, Pee Mak, Body, Dorm or Coming Soon. The contest will run via the specially designed Facebook App, at( will begin on 14 June 2013 when the App goes ‘live’. All entries must be submitted by 31 July 2013. The top five entries will be selected based on a combination of public voting on the Sentosa Spooktacular Facebook page (50%) and judges’ decision (50%). These five finalists will be enlisted to become ‘Spook Talents’ in this year’s Sentosa Spooktacular. Based on their talent and performance, GTH directors and producers will judge and select the best individuals for a chance to audition in a GTH movie. Public voting ends 31st July 2013. Interested participants and aspiring actors/actresses are encouraged to submit their entries early to secure as much votes as possible."
 Are you spooked already? Cos tickets are on sale now!

Sentosa Spooktacular 2013
Jointly produced by GTH
18th (Preview Night)
19th , 25th, 26th, 31st October, 1st and 2nd November 2013
7pm - 11pm
Horror Trails:
1.      Coming Soon
2.      Shutter
3.      Pee Mak
4.      Body
5.      Dorm
Ticket Price:
Special Preview Night (18th Oct)
Limited 666 tickets available, while stocks last!
Advance Purchase
Valid between 1 July to 15 October
While stocks last!
Standard Purchase
Valid between 16 October to 2 November. While stocks last!
Tickets Available at:
Sentosa Spooktacular Website:;
Sentosa Ticketing Counters.

For more information, check out the Sentosa Spooktacular website ( and Facebook page (, where fear-enthusiasts can get a taste of Sentosa Spooktacular 2013 by re-living the terror from the five films.


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