“Within the smattering of Asian horror releases that arrived like a tidal wave of fear, “Shutter” (2004) was one of ones that carried a well known legacy of being frightful.” – Horror News
“The debut feature of two very talented visionaries of the horror genre, a suitably creepy and original script, a couple of compelling performances and an atmospheric feel make it a must-see for every horror film aficionado. But due to its overburdening flaws and complete lack of fresh chills, it never reaches its full potential. Despite all that, the film’s greatest accomplishment is the fact that it managed to put Thai horror cinema on the map and helped many great and scary little films to be discovered and appreciated from a much wider audience.” – Asian Movie Pulse
“Using the phenomenon of spirit photography as its springboard, Shutter offers a chilling, if not terribly original, story of guilt, deception, and ghostly revenge. The two directors confidently present their tale, aided by an intriguing idea and a very strong cast. This is one of the better films to come out of the recent boom of Asian horror films.” – Classic-Horror
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