Fast & Feel Love
GDH

All new Thai movies set to hit cinemas and streaming services throughout 2022

Check out the calendar of all Thai movies that will bring you back to the cinemas (or the streaming services) all through this year.

Arpiwach Supateerawanitt
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Arpiwach Supateerawanitt
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2022 is shaping up to be a better year for Thai cinema after a rather quiet phase the last few years. These highly anticipated projects from our talented filmmakers reveal an explosive reawakening that will surely reignite our love for local films.

January

Revolving around female protagonist Maem, this heavy drama jumps back and forth between her current life as a 70-something woman who has to take care of her feeble, abusive husband and her past life in 1960s rural Thailand when military dictatorship and communism caused great misery to many.

Release date: January 10 in cinemas

Poj Arnon (Bangkok Love Story and the Oh My Ghost franchise] returns to drama with the  story of two teenage boys, Boang and Kheng, who enter into a romantic relationship in a world dominated by drugs, crime and violence.

Release Date: 27 January in cinemas

February

Two friends—Boss (Thanapob “Tor” Leeratanakajorn) and Ood (Nattarat “Ice” Nopparattayaporn)—reunite for the first time in years so Ood, who is suffering from terminal cancer, can meet all of his ex-girlfriends to impart a final goodbye.

Release date: 10 February in cinemas

Do you think artificial intelligence can fall in love? Mario Maurer and Pimchanok “Baifern” Luevisadpaibul, who tickled us pink in Crazy Little Thing Called Love (2010), reunite in this boundary-pushing romance.

Release Date: 15 February on Netflix

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Take a closer look at a painting and you’ll discover a horrifying truth that lies underneath. 2PM’s Nichkhun and rising star Chayanit “Pat” Chansangavej star in this new horror film by CJ Major Entertainment.

Release Date: 24 February in cinemas

March

Find out if the urban legends are real. This horror anthology flick will take you on a spine-chilling journey through three scary tales passed down from class to class at three different universities.

Release date: 24 March in cinemas

The legend of Mae Nak Prakanong, about a female spirit in the era of King Rama V, has been repeatedly told in multiple films and TV shows. But not much has been said about her unborn son Dang. This comedy-horror flick will be the first to focus completely on this character, who wants nothing more than to befriend humans.

Release date: 31 March

April

Beloved indie filmmaker Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit (Mary Is Happy, Mary Is Happy and Heart Attack) returns with Fast & Feel Love. Described as an “action movie for 30-somethings”, the flick follows Gao, a 30-year-old sport stacking champion who is preparing for an international competition, but finds himself distracted by day-to-day banalities and a fallout with his girlfriend.

Release date: 6 April in cinemas

No matter how much society has changed, the unbreakable bond between true friends remains. This heartfelt drama will take you back to the northern capital of Chiang Mai in the ’80s.

Release date: 13 April in cinemas

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Photography student Dan is given a single-lens reflex camera by his professor. He later finds out that the gift is possessed by a malevolent spirit, which is threatening to take his life and those of his loved ones.

Release date: 21 April in cinemas

May

Love Destiny: The Movie
GDH

Love Destiny: The Movie

A sequel to the popular soap opera of the same name, this production by GDH and Bangkok (Traffic) Love Story director Adisorn Tresirikasem sees Karaket and Det reborn in the early years of the Rattanakosin Kingdom.

Release date: 4 May in cinemas

July

Six Characters
Six Characters

Six Characters

This upcoming period drama is based on Nobel Prize-winning Italian dramatist Luigi Pirandello’s Six Characters in Search of an Author

Release date: 13 July in cinemas

Leio
Neramitnung Films

Leio

Somewhere in the jungles of Isan, a group of adventurers encounters a colossal butterfly lizard, which leads them on a Mad Max-inspired mission to defeat this monster.

Release date: 28 July in cinemas

September

Inhuman Kiss 2
Transformation Films

Inhuman Kiss 2

Transformation Films and Neramitnung Films is behind this sequel of the 2019 blockbuster Inhuman Kiss, which follows the story of a young woman who becomes the host body for a flesh-eating demon.

Release date: 1 September in cinemas

October

The 100
Neramitnung Films

The 100

Another monster flick from newcomer studio Neramitnung Film (4KINGS and Leio), The One Hundred is a highly ambitious project that revolves around a gigantic centipede that is out to take everyone’s life.

Release date: 6 October in cinemas

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Thesis
Jetniphat Sasing

Thesis

A group of senior students goes on an excursion to find a rare plant deep in the forest, but ends up being hunted by a killer crocodile.

Release Date: TBA

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