Friday, 31 October 2014

In Darkness We Live Trailer - QCinema International Film Festival Circle Competition 2014 Official Entry

QCinema International Film Festival 2014 Official Entries

Cinema One Originals Film Festival 2014 Screening Schedule

Thursday, 30 October 2014

Movie Review: Beauty In A Bottle

Judith (Angeline Quinto), Vilma (Assunta De Rossi), and Estelle (Angelica Panganiban) are three women with different insecurities. Their lives intertwine when Vilma's advertising agency is looking for an endorser for a new beauty pill product called "Beauty in a Bottle." Little did they know, their lives will change when they finally accept what's inside the "Beauty in a Bottle."

Monday, 27 October 2014

Bitukang Manok Trailer - Cinema One Originals Film Festival 2014 Official Entry

Esprit de Corps Poster and Trailer - Cinema One Originals Film Festival 2014 Official Entry

Movie Review: Sigaw Sa Hatinggabi

Sigaw sa Hatinggabi is about an investigation into possible murder of a battered wife whose husband is well known.  It is not clear whether the woman was   The film is told in a “Big Brother” style, as a documentary TV production crew records the efforts of a paranormal investigation group to find who killed the woman.  With the leadership of a celebrity medium, the group suspects that the murder was committed by the ghost of a serial killer who died more than two decades ago.  As the investigation continues, the celebrity medium keeps a secret that may endanger everyone trying to solve the mystery murder.

Sunday, 26 October 2014

Hindi Sila Tatanda Teasers and Trailer - Cinema One Originals Film Festival 2014 Official Entry

Movie Review: T'yanak

T’yanak is the story of Julie’s  adopted baby who transforms into a monster and terrorizes their quiet town of Putting Bato with a series of brutal murders, including the wife of townsman (Sid Lucero) who gets wrongly imprisoned for T’yanak’s crime.  Among T’yanak’s targets are Julie’s brother and his fiancee.  Julie, who has suffered miscarriage after miscarriage in her efforts to have her own child, is unwilling to turn over her adopted baby to the authorities despite the many murders it has committed.

Saturday, 25 October 2014

Movie Review: Hukluban

Hukluban examines the plight of the cursed woman, Mira, over the span of three eras over six generations and her search for true love and a man played by actor Kiko Matos. Hukluban is a “gothic horror romance. The story was inspired by his 1983 drama thriller “Gabi kung sumikat ang araw,” which features a cursed woman who is beautiful woman at night but transforms into a hukluban, an aging old woman, by sunrise.  Immortal, the woman can only hope for true love to break the curse. 

Metro Manila Film Festival New Wave 2014 Entries Announced

Friday, 24 October 2014

Movie Review: Bacao

Bacao is about the torment of a young wife, Mayet, struggling to become pregnant.  Mayet, played by Michelle Madrigal, is an enchanting and desired young woman from a remote village of Isabela who experiences a sexual awakening upon her marriage to Abel (Arnold Reyes).  As their village is in the midst of a corn bountiful harvest, their sensual partnership also flourishes, though it is paradoxically fruitless.  Mayet’s anxiety and paranoia grows as pregnancy evades her.  To what extent will Mayet go to fulfill her desire of having a child?

Violator Teasers and Trailer - Cinema One Originals Film Festival 2014 Official Entry

Thursday, 23 October 2014

Movie Review: Dilim

A nursing student encounters strange occurrences around the dorm where she's staying. She enlists of another student to unravel the mystery of the dormitory. 

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Q Cinema International Film Festival 2014 Screening Schedule

Sunday, 19 October 2014

Cinema One Originals 2014: INTENSE

Saturday, 18 October 2014

QCinema International Film Festival Circle Competition Official Entries Announced

Friday, 17 October 2014

Beauty In A Bottle Poster and Trailer

Sineng Pambansa Horror plus Film Festival 2014 Official Entries

Sineng Pambansa Horror plus Film Festival begins Oct. 29 at SM Cinema Branches Nationwide

Direk Peque Gallaga, Lore Reyes, Romy Zuzara, Gil Portes and Boy Vinarao @ Presscon of Sineng Pambansa

The Film Development Council of the Philippines, in partnership with SM Cinema, will present the Sineng Pambansa Horror plus Film Festival, which opens on October 29, 2014 and will run until November 4 in all SM Cinema branches nationwide

 The films participating in the festival include “T’yanak” co-directed by Peque Gallaga and Lore Reyes, “Hukluban” by director Gil M. Portes, “Bacao” by director Edgardo Vinarao, and “Sigaw sa Hatinggabi” by director Romy V. Suzara.

Thursday, 16 October 2014

Movie Review: The Trial

A mentally challenged young man is accused of raping his teacher, and is then put through the machinations of a very public trial. 

Movie Review: Gone Girl

Nick Dunne, a small town guy who made good in the big city as a magazine writer blames the recession and the loss of his job for the decline of his marriage to his intellectually superior wife with a substantial trust fund. Questions of his motives and character begin to arise after his wife's disappearance on the morning of their fifth anniversary. As the search for his missing wife plays out over the ensuing days, guilty suspicions are fueled into a national frenzy by the media circus camped outside his house. Is this idyllic, everyman truly capable of murdering his wife? 

Friday, 10 October 2014

Movie Review: Tumbang Preso

Carlo, a smart 14-year old boy and his younger female cousin were promised restaurant work with a scholarship in the capital, Manila but ended up as slaves in a sardines factory. Children’s hands are small so they fit well into the can. Their hands are bloody but consumers don’t notice. The sauce is red.
He plays a game of manipulation and deceit with the owners of the factory and navigate around the complex power-play there. It culminates in a dangerous plan to escape where life and freedom are in the balance.

Movie Review: Anabelle

John Form has found the perfect gift for his expectant wife, Mia - a beautiful, rare vintage doll in a pure white wedding dress. But Mia's delight with Annabelle doesn't last long. On one horrific night, their home is invaded by members of a satanic cult, who violently attack the couple. Spilled blood and terror are not all they leave behind. The cultists have conjured an entity so malevolent that nothing they did will compare to the sinister conduit to the damned that is now... Annabelle. 

Shake Ralle and Roll XV Teaser - Metro Manila Film Festival 2014