The horror genre can be approached in many different ways: You can opt for a chilling monster whose presence makes you wet your pants, a ruthless killer who calls you on the phone to launch threats, or an entity that generates such a harrowing atmosphere that you don’t you can’t even breathe.
This February 25, SelectaVisión brings to Spanish cinemas The Medium, the film directed by Banjong Pisanthanakun (One Day, Pee Mak Phrakanong, Shutter).
Filmed in mockumentary format, a style that proliferates in horror films, The Medium takes us to northern Thailand to address the mysterious heritage of a shaman.
A young woman seems to be possessed by a superior entity, which could be a goddess, but very suspicious paranormal events soon begin to happen that will call into question the “divinity” of the entity that possesses her.
This co-production between Thailand and South Korea features a cast or led by Narilya Gulmongkolpech (Love Sick), Sawanee Utoomma, Sirani Yankittikan, Yasaka Chaisorn, Boonsong Nakphoo and Bella Boonsang.
We leave you a little Above is an exclusive clip from The Medium, subtitled in Spanish and courtesy of SelectaVisión.
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The film will try to maintain an anguished atmosphere that fosters psychological terror, appealing to the internal fears of the viewer.
The Medium was premiered at the International Film Festival Bucheon Fantastic Cinema, where it received the Bucheon Choice Award for Best Film.
The film ranked fourth among the highest-grossing films in South Korea in 2021, and it hopes to do well in the West.
So now you know: If you’re a fan of simmering psychological horror, you’ve got a date with The Medium in theaters starting February 25 of 2022.