Well Go USA has acquired North American rights to the creature feature The 100, a Thai horror movie that features a giant centipede.
From directors Chalit Kraileadmongkon and Pakphum Wongjinda, the film centers on a giant centipede and its spawns, and it’s one of four giant monster movies attacking Thailand this year following Leio: The Terrible Giant and The Lake.
In The 100, “Fame and Phil, two popular sibling YouTubers, check in to Srichanphen Hotel for a state-mandated 14-day quarantine during the height of the pandemic. Also in Fame’s and Phil’s group are Leo, a quiet young man who arrives with his sister Lena and their father, and Steve, an ill-tempered American. In the hotel, they encounter strange events.
“A swarm of centipedes crawl out from every nook and cranny to attack the group, then Fame and Leo find a mysterious corpse in a fire escape. Later they discover that a monster is lurking in the hotel: a giant centipede that resides in the human body as a way to prolong its existence. The centipede possesses the body of a person, assumes the human shape and personality, then seeks out its next host, on and on. So it’s impossible to tell if any of the hotel guests is actually the monster in disguise.
“The giant centipede finds out that Fame has a special blood type that enables it to extend its life forever, and Fame suddenly becomes its prime target. Leo has to find a way to save Fame along with his father and sister by seeking a safe route out of the hotel now surrounded by the deadly army of centipedes.”
Mike Angelo, Chanya McClory, David Assavanond, Benjamin Joseph Varney, and Kulteera Yordchang star.
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