Death of Me

Director: Darren Lynn Bousman
Year Released: 2020
Rating: 1.0

While on vacation in Thailand, married couple Christine (Maggie Q) and Neil (Luke Hemsworth) both drink this weird concoction at a bar, and then wake up the next day to discover there's a video on Neil's phone that shows him choking and killing her ... which neither of them remembers happening (and she's still alive).  It's an off-brand mixture of Midsommar and Rosemary's Baby that just seems like it's making it up as it goes along, with hallucinations blurring what's happening so you're never aware of what's going on (oh, and to make you wince, there is more than one needle-in-an-eyeball), while the locals speak cryptically the entire time.  It's lousy but the scenery is gorgeous, and you just know if Bourdain was still around he'd definitely try "Nam Mun Prai," which is supposedly a real beverage and has been known to induce hallucinations ... and, unfortunately, actual death.