Synopsis: A sexually-starved spirit traps two couples in a bungalow in Bangkok where they have planned to stay for a week. The spirit wants one of the two men to have sex with her. Can they manage to escape?
Review: Right from the day it went on floors, Iruttu Araiyil Murattu Kuthu (IAMK) was promoted as an adult horror flick. The film stays true to its genre to a good extent though the plot could have been worked out in a better way.
Veera (Gautam Karthik) and Vasu (Shah Ra) go to Thailand for a week with their girlfriends Thendral (Vaibhavi) and Kavya (Yashika Anand). The couples face a series of horrific incidents when they get to know the posh bungalow they are staying in is occupied by an evil spirit. The spirit, which claims to be a sexually-starved one, threatens that either Veera or Vasu should have sex with it, without which it’d be difficult for them to escape from the house. They seek the help of a priest and nun, played by Motta Rajendran and Balasaravanan respectively.
The entry of Girish Kalyan (Karunakaran), an unapologetic homosexual, and a tantrik (John Vijay) makes things interesting. Will the tantrik be able to control the spirit?
The film is filled with ample double-entendres and skin show as expected and it works with the targeted audience. But the horror angle falls flat and do not create much impact. A much better screenplay in the second half could have worked wonders.