The Whole Truth (2021)
After their mother is comatized in an accident two teenagers go to stay with their grandparents, who they've never met or indeed heard about from their mother. Turns out there's a reason why.
How did Wisit Sasanatieng, the director of stone cold classics Tears Of The Black Tiger and Citizen Dog, end up directing this utterly pedestrian piece of generic post-RINGU horror?
I guess a man's got to eat and apparently Thailand has a bottomless appetite for this crap, but surely there was a bit of wiggle room to do something creative with it?
And dear god why did this have to be over 2 hours long?