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  • Actors: Krissada Sukosol, Achita Sikamana, Sarunyu Wongkrachang, Nattapong Arunnate, Namfon Pakdee
  • Directors: Chookiat Sakveerakul
  • Writers: Chookiat Sakveerakul, Eakasit Thairatana
  • Producers: Prachya Pinkaew, Sita Vosbein, Somsak Techaratanaprasert, Sukanya Vongsthapat
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English, Thai
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Dimension Extreme
  • DVD Release Date: March 11, 2008
  • Run Time: 114 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00118T61O
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #185,883 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Editorial Reviews

Intense thriller about a man who is given the chance to complete 13 challenges for the chance to win $100 million. The challenges get more and more intense, dangerous and grotesque. At what point would you draw the line and give up $100 million?

Customer Reviews

Once she heads back inside, Pusit gets a very odd call.
Robert Beveridge
The acting is great, the music is excellent and the story will have you gripped.
Tommy Dooley
I really liked this movie and think everyone should check it out.

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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By The Matrix Fan TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 2, 2008
Format: DVD
I must say, When I brought this movie home last night, I thought I was just getting another horror movie rental, but I was pleasantly surprised by the psychological thriller known as 13: Game of Death. It presents us with a question: what would you be willing to do for money?

The film starts off pretty slow - we're introduced to a man known as Chad or Chit (this depends if you watch the movie in English or Thai) and he's having a run of bad luck. His bank account is seriously overdrawn, his girlfriend has no more interest in him, and as the last straw, he's gotten fired from his job.

When all seems lost, Chad gets a mysterious call on his cell phone. Apparently someone has been watching him for a long time and has chosen him to compete in a special game. The caller offers Chad a chance to change his life - if he completes 13 tasks set before him, he will be rewarded with one million dollars.
However, if he decides to stop, Chad will lose all the money he has earned and will be left with nothing.

At first, Chad has no problems with the challenges that are presented to him. Over time, however, they get increasingly difficult - physically, mentally, and morally. Chad realizes that there is something else going on behind this game...the task master seems to be setting up challenges which bring back memories Chad thought he had buried forever.
Before the night is over, Chad will have to face all of his worst inner fears in his pursuit of the final cash prize.

Will 13 be his lucky number?

I feel 13: Game of Death succeeds on a number of levels. It serves as a taut thriller, keeping us guessing as to what Chad's next task will be.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Raul Duke on June 24, 2008
Format: DVD
**** 1/2

this is one of the coolest thrillers ive seen in a long time. its got it all, believable characters, cool set up, some occasional gore, and you might even find yourself cracking up at a few points.

basically its the story of a guy who is down on his luck, he's in serious financial trouble, doesnt have many friends, and he just lost his job. everything seems to follow the same grey routine for the poor guy, until he gets a phone call with a strange, unfamiliar voice on the other end, followed by even stranger instructions from the caller. if he can kill the fly buzzing around his head he will win $1000 dollars. thats it? no problem. now for $5000, eat the fly.

as the day goes by, the challenges get more and more outlandish, from retrieving a dead body from the bottom of a well, to eating a fresh pile of... eh hem..

i dont want to spoil too much plot-wise, because there are some very interesting twists and turns, but ill just say i was glued to the screen from start to finish, and it'll probably do the same for you.

::all in the name of the almighty dollar::
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Carl Manes on March 8, 2010
Format: DVD
Chit is at the end of his rope after losing his job while the bills continue to pile up. Opportunity arrives in the form of a mysterious phone call that offers him the chance to win $1M if he can complete 13 challenges. For each one he completes, a larger sum of money will be deposited into his bank account, but failure at any single task will end the game immediately and remove the funds. How far will Chit be willing to go to win the $1M and change his life forever? The answer is, pretty far. The tasks begin simply enough with Chit having to kill and eat a fly; two challenges down, and quick cash. His next objectives quickly turn to violence, cruelty, and worse as he progresses forward. 13 is beautifully shot, smartly written, and wickedly funny. Terrence has such an unconventional look that makes him recognizable and relatable as an average, everyday working man. The sad and pathetic plight he finds himself in allows the audience to identify with the character even throughout his deplorable acts. There are admittedly several shocking gross out moments in the script which may turn some viewers off, but the absurdity of the scenes in the context of the film makes them easier to accept. The plot itself often feels like a cross between SAW and THE TRUMAN SHOW, though it has its own clear and distinctive voice. While it may not be the typical Horror film in the traditional sense, it is filled with equal parts suspense and dark humor, which make it enjoyable for a larger audience. I love this film. I think it is hilarious and enjoyed it just as much on the second watch through, so it comes highly recommended!

-Carl Manes
I Like Horror Movies
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Robert Beveridge HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on December 10, 2009
Format: DVD
13: Game of Death (Chukiat Sakveerakul, 2006)

13: Game of Death, an incredibly silly Thai flick in the vein of The Game or 13 Tzameti, could have been a stellar example of, and addition to, the genre. A lot of the ingredients work really well here, and for the most part, the movie draws you in and won't let you look away. And yet there are some times where everything falls apart so spectacularly that the viewer is left wondering if the movie's entire crew got fired halfway through and a bunch of seventh-graders were brought in to replace them.

The plot is a simple one: Pusit (Bangkok Loco's Krissada Terrence) is having a really, really bad day. After one of his co-workers stole a client out from under him and made a big sale, he got laid off from his job. His ex-girlfriend is on her way to becoming a big pop star, and left him in the dust as soon as was convenient. He's drowning in debt. His car just got repossessed, and his only real friend, Tawn (Shutter's Achita Wuthinounsurasit), is so indecisive that the best she can come up with is to offer him a smoke out in the back hallway of the building where he, erm, used to work. Once she heads back inside, Pusit gets a very odd call. After a bit of back-and-forth, he's presented with a challenge: if he can kill a fly that's buzzing around his head with a newspaper, he'll be given 50,000 baht (roughly five thousand dollars American). Once he does, he gets another call, and is told that if he can complete the rest of the game, which consists of thirteen challenges, the ultimate prize is ten million. When the mysterious caller on the other end asks if Pusit is interested, he doesn't hesitate very long. The challenges, however, get a lot harder, and a lot more degrading, as the game goes on...
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