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Genre: Action
Director: Chalerm Wongpim
Starring: Dan Chupong, Panna Rittikai, Puttipong Sriwat
Rating: NC-16 (Some Violence)
Year Made: 2007




Languages: Thai
Subtitles: English/Chinese
Running Time: 1 hr 43 mins
Format: VCD

Distributor: Innoform Media




Jone Bang Fai is a young man riddled with grief and bent on revenge after witnessing his parents’ murder by a malicious killer. The only information Jone has of the killer’s identity is the memory of a tattoo-covered man who is a cattle rustler. Jone makes it his mission to stop all cattle rustlers and return the cattle back to its rightful owner.

After much searching, Jone believes he has found the murderer. He learns that the killer is a sorcerer of immense power, a mystical man with almost no weaknesses and he is trying to control the whole village. As Jone learns the evil counterpart has one weakness, if the menstrual blood of a young virgin is harnessed, it can be blended with weapons to kill him. Armed with this knowledge, the hero goes up against one of the most dangerous men to have ever walked the Earth…


Imagine this: A romantic moment in the fields. A guy asks a girl whether she is still a virgin. He asks whether he can have her menstrual blood so that he can seek revenge on an enemy. She feels offended and storms off immediately. If you were the girl, you would too.

But this is exactly what makes this Thai flick click – the nonsensical and outrageous moments littered throughout its 103-minute duration.

The plot is enough to make you guffaw: A man known as the Dynamite Warrior has to stop the bad guys from stealing all the buffaloes which are obstacles to a technological revolution of mechanized ploughs. He also has to kill off the bad guy who murdered his parents. And what does he have for weapons? Dynamites – which he sends flying off to the villains, and beat this, he even rides on them like a surfboard.

Looks like what director Chalerm Wongpin wants is to have a good time making his characters do the silliest things. But hey, he did win a best Director Award at the recent Thailand National Film Association Awards for this movie.

Dan Chupong (Born to Fight, Ong Bak) plays the titular hero, displaying his impressive Muay Thai skills by kicking and punching the bad guys with some serious force. His decent looks make good eye candy for the girls too.

As an action flick, this Thai movie does serve up some nice moments with chases on carriages, loud explosions and Muay Thai boxing. The dynamites in question are computer generated, and may induce laughs instead of fear. However, with other sequences of a comical Black Wizard, an effeminate Lord Wang and a strange monkey man, it is difficult to take this movie seriously.

It’s not everyday we get someone surfing on dynamites after asking a girl for her menstrual blood.


Review by John Li


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This review is made possible with the kind support from InnoForm


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