Phobia contains four short films from GTH studio’s four new-blood and world-renown filmmakers. The four master of horror consist of Banjong Pisanthanakun, Parkpoom Wongpoom (the director of Shutter and Alone), Phavee Purijidpanya (the director Body), and Youngyut Tongkontund (The producer of Alone and Body). All volunteer to create something unusually startling to the big screen. Each short has 25-minute limit.
Loneliness (by Youngyut Tongkontund):
Loneliness can cause a young girl to do stupid things, like a working girl in Loneliness. She’s lonely, unemployed and heartbroken. At this point, she’s on edge when receiving an unknown text message asking for her friendship. She starts communicating with the anonymous sender. Will she be regretting after finding out who he is?
The Middle Man (by Banjong Pisanthanakun
A group of teenagers is camping in the wood. They think it’ll be fun to tell a scary story while mocking what a character will act in the horror movies. Unfortunately, the mystic ghosts they encounter are those that go against the grain of traditional rules in horror films.
Last Fright (by Parkpoom Wongpoom)
This chapter presents the mixture of phobia. It’s an inappropriate flight for anyone with claustrophobia, nyctophobia, fear of noise, fear of air pressure, and fear of corpses. All terror is waiting for one unlucky air hostesses who will face this alone.
Deadly Charm (by Phavee Purijidpanya)
Imagine a childish payback like write a joke about your friend’s parents on the blackboard. Then imagine a payback of vocational schoolboys who curse people they hate on a deadly charm. Let’s see how excruciating these curses will bring to the table.