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The Eye Trilogy [Box Set] £6.85 @Zavvi.com with that voucher
The Eye Trilogy [Box Set] £6.85 @Zavvi.com with that voucher

The Eye Trilogy [Box Set] £6.85 @Zavvi.com with that voucher

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The Eye: At the age of two, Mun went blind. After eighteen years in darkness, she is given the chance of a risky corneal transplant operation. When the bandages are taken off, Mun's eyes respond to the light around her and it appears that the surgery has been successful. However, when Mun experiences a series of inexplicable and chilling encounters with mysterious strangers, she fears that her newly restored eyesight has brought a different kind of darkness into her life.

Featuring some of the most genuinely terrifying moments ever seen on screen, as well as a finale more spectacular than anything to come out of Hollywood, this stylish and haunting film from the critically acclaimed Pang Brothers (Bangkok Dangerous) deserves its place at the forefront of modern horror cinema.

The Eye 2: Joey (Shu Qi) recovers from an overdose of sleeping pills after having her stomach pumped. It was a close call; she had visions of dead people accompanying her during her darkest minutes. But just when she looks forward to a brand new life, she discovers that she is pregnant.

Tortured by the thought of an abortion, Joey finds herself becoming delusional and emotionally unstable. She is frequently threatened by the sudden presence of strangers, and is stalked by a mysterious woman. The stalker confronts her; making eye contacts with her on a train platform, she throws herself at a running train! Joey breaks down at the sight of the suicide, only to discover that no 'jumper' is found on the track...

The Eye Infinity: Whilst on a holiday to Thailand, a group of friends tell each other ghost stories, inspired by an accident they witness on a spot of sightseeing. Chongkwai, the host of the party and local boy, reveals a mystical book offering instructions on 10 different ways to view the physical form of spirits. Naturally, they can't resist. However, when one of them disappears under a cloud of mysterious circumstances the group soon realise that the spirits are after them!

The Eye: At the age of two, Mun went blind. After eighteen years in darkness, she is given the chance of a risky corneal transplant operation. When the bandages are taken off, Mun's eyes respond to the light around her and it appears that the surgery has been successful. However, when Mun experiences a series of inexplicable and chilling encounters with mysterious strangers, she fears that her newly restored eyesight has brought a different kind of darkness into her life.

Featuring some of the most genuinely terrifying moments ever seen on screen, as well as a finale more spectacular than anything to come out of Hollywood, this stylish and haunting film from the critically acclaimed Pang Brothers (Bangkok Dangerous) deserves its place at the forefront of modern horror cinema.

The Eye 2: Joey (Shu Qi) recovers from an overdose of sleeping pills after having her stomach pumped. It was a close call; she had visions of dead people accompanying her during her darkest minutes. But just when she looks forward to a brand new life, she discovers that she is pregnant.

Tortured by the thought of an abortion, Joey finds herself becoming delusional and emotionally unstable. She is frequently threatened by the sudden presence of strangers, and is stalked by a mysterious woman. The stalker confronts her; making eye contacts with her on a train platform, she throws herself at a running train! Joey breaks down at the sight of the suicide, only to discover that no 'jumper' is found on the track...

The Eye Infinity: Whilst on a holiday to Thailand, a group of friends tell each other ghost stories, inspired by an accident they witness on a spot of sightseeing. Chongkwai, the host of the party and local boy, reveals a mystical book offering instructions on 10 different ways to view the physical form of spirits. Naturally, they can't resist. However, when one of them disappears under a cloud of mysterious circumstances the group soon realise that the spirits are after them!The Eye: At the age of two, Mun went blind. After eighteen years in darkness, she is given the chance of a risky corneal transplant operation. When the bandages are taken off, Mun's eyes respond to the light around her and it appears that the surgery has been successful. However, when Mun experiences a series of inexplicable and chilling encounters with mysterious strangers, she fears that her newly restored eyesight has brought a different kind of darkness into her life.

Featuring some of the most genuinely terrifying moments ever seen on screen, as well as a finale more spectacular than anything to come out of Hollywood, this stylish and haunting film from the critically acclaimed Pang Brothers (Bangkok Dangerous) deserves its place at the forefront of modern horror cinema.

The Eye 2: Joey (Shu Qi) recovers from an overdose of sleeping pills after having her stomach pumped. It was a close call; she had visions of dead people accompanying her during her darkest minutes. But just when she looks forward to a brand new life, she discovers that she is pregnant.

Tortured by the thought of an abortion, Joey finds herself becoming delusional and emotionally unstable. She is frequently threatened by the sudden presence of strangers, and is stalked by a mysterious woman. The stalker confronts her; making eye contacts with her on a train platform, she throws herself at a running train! Joey breaks down at the sight of the suicide, only to discover that no 'jumper' is found on the track...

The Eye Infinity: Whilst on a holiday to Thailand, a group of friends tell each other ghost stories, inspired by an accident they witness on a spot of sightseeing. Chongkwai, the host of the party and local boy, reveals a mystical book offering instructions on 10 different ways to view the physical form of spirits. Naturally, they can't resist. However, when one of them disappears under a cloud of mysterious circumstances the group soon realise that the spirits are after them!
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8 Comments

I actually saw a late night viewing when this when this first came out with my family as it was my grandads birthday.
It is an 18 and I was 12...It scared the crap out of me! I still haunts me.

Is this subtitled?

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Clangerette;7189429

Is this subtitled?



Yes.

Great bargain. Great first film in the Trilogy. The first film has some of the scariest moments in cinema for me.

Whats the third one like? Seen the other two but missed this one coming out.

Thanks for the 'head's up' on this. One of the many great things about HUKD is that you get to find out about films you'd otherwise never hear about. H&R. Peace

diGriz;7189464

Yes.


No good for me then but heat added as its a good buy for those who like it:)

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