Directed by Surapong Ploensang
Film Movement
93 Minutes
Horror, Thriller, Asian
Not Rated
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Ruja (actress/model Chayanit Chansangavej) returns to Thailand from New York with her young daughter Rachel to settle her late father's estate. Included in her inheritance are two mysterious portraits of a bewitching woman that she is told are worth a fortune, if only they weren't damaged. Desperate to sell the paintings, Ruja hires Tim (K-pop star Nichkhun), an art restorer, to prepare the canvases for sale. But the cracks in the paint have begun to reveal long-hidden secrets, and as strange phenomena begin to emerge around them, Ruja and Rachel quickly realize their lives are in grave danger.


  • Chayanit Chansangavej
  • Byron Bishop
  • Nichkhun
  • Nutthatcha Padovan
DVD Features

Discs: 1

  • Highest Rating
    "CRACKED is further proof that Southeast Asian cinema is the champion of supernatural horror. Combining some diabolical backstories with bang-on appropriation of supernatural tropes, CRACKED is entertaining and engaging...."
    Matthew Orozco, Macabre Daily
  • Highest Rating
    "What an absolute delight. I loved this film and recommend the madness to anyone who wants to have a chilly night at the movies."
    Steve Kopian, Unseen Films
  • Highest Rating
    "Ploensang’s debut hits the sweet spot. "
    Bobby LePire, Film Threat
  • Highest Rating
    "CRACKED is an eerie and sexually charged supernatural Indonesian thriller worth delving into."
    Joseph B Mauceri, Fears Magazine
  • Highest Rating
    "Ploensang’s execution is super-effective. The film oozes atmosphere, thanks in large measure to some terrific art and scenery design. The creepy old manor is a perfect horror movie setting and the pair of paintings look like they radiate pure evil. Highly recommended for genre fans.... "
    J.B. Spins
  • Highest Rating
    "The film looks amazing. The cinematography is top-notch. They really captured the rainy, foggy, spooky countryside. This is everything you want in a horror story setting. The cast is great."
    Christine Burnham,

Awards & Recognition

Golden Mulberry
Udine Far East Film Festival

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