Tanwarin Sukkhapisit is a master at visual storytelling. Her film Red Wine in the Dark Night is one of the best vampire films I have ever seen. She did an incredible job with the series The Eclipse and her newest series, 609 Bedtime Story is nothing short of superb.
For the last few years, the name WinTeam has become synonymous with healing for me.
As I sat down to write this review, I was totally and utterly perplexed. Being quite confused, I was unable to string my thoughts together for a myriad of reasons.
Boys’ Love is a lucrative fantasy spun around, regaling tales of love, lust and sensuality.
A man does not make his own destiny. He only accepts it or denies it.
BL Ships are the veritable anchor that makes or breaks the popularity of their respective shows. If the anchor is strong, it saves the ship (read TV ratings); or else the drama is doomed to sink.
I know there is a prequel that precedes this show and I am in the middle of watching that one, but since I have already watched the first three episodes of Season Two, let’s start with summarizing it first. Will this season go smoothly? Will their love survive? Will we get the answers we need?
Thitiwat Ritprasert, better known as Ohm (โอห์ม), is a Thai actor and model. He became globally popular for the realistic portrayal of his character role Dean in the reincarnation saga “Until We Meet Again”.
Ghost Ships surely are a fun way to let your imagination run wild. Whilst most Ghost Ships are unhindered fantasies spun by the fans, the casting director could certainly take a cue from these varied choices for their upcoming BL dramas.
PERFECTION! I do not know how to describe this series without using superlatives that might not adequately describe this reincarnation saga.