Monday, 31 March 2014

Movie Review: Divergent

In a world divided by factions based on virtues, Tris learns she's Divergent and won't fit in. When she discovers a plot to destroy Divergents, Tris and the mysterious Four must find out what makes Divergents dangerous before it's too late.

Movie Review: Trance

In London, tart auctioneer Simon Newton teams up with gangster Franck and his gang in the heist of a valuable painting from the auction house where he works. In the runaway, Simon does not deliver the painting to Franck and he hits Simon's head and takes his package. Then Franck discovers that the painting is not in the package and he abducts Simon and tortures him with his gang to know where the painting is. Soon they realize that Simon has amnesia and Franck decides to hire a hypnotherapist to help him to remember where he hid the painting. Franck shows a directory to Simon and he selects the American hypnotherapist Elizabeth Lamb working in London in the directory and they have a hypnosis session. Soon Elizabeth contacts Franck and tells him that she wants to be her partner in the share of the painting. Soon Elizabeth has sex with Franck and she tells that Simon is obsessed on her. She also tells that she believes that he may recall where the painting is if she has sex with Simon. Elizabeth has sex with Simon and hypnotizes him in the beginning of his blurred journey between reality and daydream.

Movie Review: Lilet Never Happened

The film Lilet Never Happened is a character driven story about Lilet, a maladjusted Philippine street-girl, who becomes Manila's most famous child prostitute. International social worker Claire desperately tries to safe Lilet from the sex industry but she falls again and again. Though Lilet gets many opportunities to quit, she stubbornly chooses the hard way.

Movie Review: Third World Happy

A struggling Filipino artist living in New York returns to the country after a death in the family. Back home, he struggles to reconnect with the past he left behind, all the while slowly coming to grips with the tragedy that’s entered his life.

Movie Review: Di Ingon Nato

Di Ingon Nato (Not Like Us) is the story of far–flung villagers in a Cebu boondock and how they respond to a zombie infestation. Armed with their old age beliefs and practices, the narrative is a fresh take on the zombie genre and boondock sensibilities.

Movie Review: Rakenrol

Odie and his best friend Irene are two outsiders who find a second home in the Philippine underground music scene. The two decide to form a band and put together an unlikely crew that consists of the school bully, an ex-punk-turned-barista, and a former-childstar-turned-band-manager. The film follows their misadventures as they face satanic S&M bands, samurai swindlers, narcissistic rockstars, the pretentious Philippine art community and the freakiest music video auteur ever. Co-written by Diego Castillo, the guitarist of one of the Philippines' biggest rock bands SANDWICH, and directed by multi-awarded music video director Quark Henares, Rakenrol is a heartfelt ode to the underground scene both filmmakers spent their formative years in. 

Da Possesed Official Poster and Trailer

Friday, 21 March 2014

March 2014 Magazine!

Diary ng Panget The Movie Official Trailer

Bang Bang Alley Poster and Trailer

Friday, 14 March 2014

Diary ng Panget Official Teaser

Saturday, 1 March 2014

Movie Review: Unfriend

On Christmas Day, DAVID, 15, finds out that his boyfriend, JONATHAN, 17, has taken another lover. The discovery leads him on the brink of depression making him think of ways to have him back at all cost. He has invited Jonathan to see him on this day for the last time. And through the frenzy of his preparations prior to meeting Jonathan, we will discover his traits and personality;  the 'worlds' he lives in- virtual and real; and, we will witness how he prepares for his most unique shout-out that he will make not only in his Facebook wall, but, on his life.

Movie Review: Third Eye

A young woman's supernatural ability to see ghosts is reawakened following the death of her mother. As she adjusts to her new, deathly surroundings, she and her loved ones become the target of some ill-meaning individuals.