‘The Bridge Curse: Ritual’, 2023 Taiwanese Horror film directed by Lester Shih to be available for streaming on Netflix from 16 February 2024

‘The Bridge Curse: Ritual’, the 2023 Taiwanese Horror film will be available for streaming on Netflix from Friday, 16 February 2024. The film is directed by Lester Shih. The writers of the film are Keng-Ming Chang, Po-Hsiang Hao, Huan Yen-chiao, and Shih-yuan Lu. The film is now listed on Netflix’s ‘New Upcoming’ section with a ‘Remind Me’ button, which you can activate to be notified when the film is available for streaming.

You can watch the trailer for The Bridge Curse: Ritual here.

You can check out other horror films available on Netflix, which we have earlier covered for you here.

Premise: The film follows a group of students who test out an augmented reality horror game at a university that is rumored to be haunted. It is also said that the game releases something sinister yet very real. The school was earlier disrupted by an architect during construction and turned into supernatural entities. And years later, the augmented reality game involving dark rituals came into existence.

Cast: The film features Wang Yu-xuan, JC Lin, Patrick Shih, Hu Shih-an, Chan Tzu-hsuan, Riko Xi, Boris Wang and Linus Wang in major roles.

The producers of the film are Chi Hsiang Chuang and Po-Hsiang Hao.

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