Monday, 30 November 2015

Poll: What film are you going to watch at the Metro Manila Film Festival 2015?

Child Haus Holds Successful Premiere Night

Sunday, 29 November 2015

Beauty and The Bestie Teaser - Metro Manila Film Festival 2015 Official Entry

All You Need is Pag-ibig Teaser - Metro Manila Film Festival 2015 Official Entry

Beauty and The Bestie Poster - Metro Manila Film Festival 2015 Official Entry

Honor Thy Father Trailer - Metro Manila Film Festival 2015 Official Entry

Saturday, 28 November 2015

All You Need is Pag-ibig Poster - Metro Manila Film Festival 2015 Official Entry

Honor Thy Father Poster - Metro Manila Film Festival 2015 Official Entry

Metro Manila Film Festival New Wave 2015 Official Entries

Friday, 27 November 2015

Movie Review: A Second Chance

A couple with a tumultuous romantic past finds married life to just as difficult. In the continuation of Popoy and Basha’s love story from “One More Chance,” we find the couple walking down the aisle and vowing to love each other “forever and ever.”  A Second Chance explores realities and intricacies and Popoy and Basha’s married life. We find Popoy as a failed achiever, struggling to keep his business and self-esteem intact, while Basha has given up so much in her life to keep their marriage together.
Popoy and Basha fight, hope, and live for A Second Chance.

Movie Review: Wang Fam

Wang Fam tells the story of a family of Aswangs - a vampire-like witch ghoul in Filipino folklore- who moved in to a new town.

Thursday, 26 November 2015

Haunted Mansion Official Poster and Trailer - Metro Manila Film Festival 2015 Offcial Entry

Wednesday, 25 November 2015

International Version of Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo To Be Released In Cinemas

Sunday, 22 November 2015

Toto - Metro Manila Film Festival New Wave 2015 Official Entry

My Bebe Love Official Poster and Trailer - Metro Manila Film Festival 2015 Official Entry

Angela Markado Trailer

Relive The Love The Second Time Around In A Second Chance

Upgrade Unstoppable First Major Concert in Music Museum

Thursday, 19 November 2015

Movie Review: Mockingjay Part 2

Realizing the stakes are no longer just for survival, Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) teams up with her closest friends, including Peeta (Josh Hutcherson), Gale (Liam Hemsworth) and Finnick for the ultimate mission. Together, they leave District 13 to liberate the citizens of war-torn Panem and assassinate President Snow, who's obsessed with destroying Katniss. What lies ahead are mortal traps, dangerous enemies and moral choices that will ultimately determine the future of millions.

Movie Review: Spectre

A cryptic message from the past leads James Bond (Daniel Craig) to Mexico City and Rome, where he meets the beautiful widow (Monica Bellucci) of an infamous criminal. After infiltrating a secret meeting, 007 uncovers the existence of the sinister organization SPECTRE. Needing the help of the daughter of an old nemesis, he embarks on a mission to find her. As Bond ventures toward the heart of SPECTRE, he discovers a chilling connection between himself and the enemy (Christoph Waltz) he seeks.

Tuesday, 17 November 2015

My Verdict For Cinema One Originals 2015

Movie Review: Baka Siguro Yata

Baka Siguro Yata is a comedy drama which revolves around Carlo, a 29-year old unambitious graphic designer whose only passion is to play music with his co-unambitious long-time friends. After discovering that his girlfriend of 6 years is a lesbian, he seeks to find refuge on a one-night stand with a high school classmate named Melissa. However, Melissa gets pregnant which in turns everything in disarray. Melissa’s sister and her boyfriend mulls over their planned first sex but gets cold feet due to what happened to her sister. Carlo’s divorced parents, on the other hand, discreetly starts seeing each other as they rekindle their 20 year old relationship by having an affair and secret meetings while they cheat on their new partner. Baka Siguro Yata tells a story of love within three generations. It tells how each generation understand and perceive the idea of love.

The Big One: All Star Concert For Philippine Red Cross at Ynares Sports Arena

Monday, 16 November 2015

Movie Review: Miss Bulalacao

Miss Bulalacao is about a young drag queen, Dodong, who joins a barangay gay pageant to gain acceptance in his father’s community. He is instead met with hostility from his father, who chases him to a jungle, where he sobs to a lone bright star. What follows is the strangest night in his entire life, and an even stranger 9 months when he realizes he is pregnant. Dodong deals with ridicule from a barangay who does not believe him.

Cinema One Originals Film Festival 2015 List of Winners

Sunday, 15 November 2015

Movie Review: No Boyfriend Since Birth

A wedding planner who's never been in a relationship courts romance as she reencounters a high school crush.

Movie Review: Bukod Kang Pinagpala

In an old house replete with images of Catholic icons and symbols, a young lady struggles with the demented religious fanaticism of her mother, who it seems cannot differentiate between pious fervour and demonic possession- for both exist simultaneously in her being.  The daughter seeks help for mother’s behavior, but as days go by, their relationship turns from harrowing to horrific, as strange phenomena occur inside the house, driving the daughter to evade and overcome her mother’s deranged machinations.

Movie Review: Dahling Nick

Dahling Nick is a documentary drama exploring the life and works of National Artist for Literature, Nick Joaquin, who only accepted the National Artist Award on the condition the Marcos administration release a well-known writer who was being unjustly detained during Martial Law.  Depicting the “inner world” of this canonical writer, who wrote both novels as well as journalistic works, the juxtaposition of documentary interviews, episodes from his life, and evocative imagery from his literary pieces will create a cinematic collage.

Movie Review: The Comeback

A story that follows a 32-year-old former famous actress who loses everything in her life and decides to commit suicide. On the day she decides to kill herself, she receives a package containing four letters and a dead man’s ashes.

Movie Review: Mga Rebeldeng May Kaso

Mga Rebeldeng May Kaso (Rebels with A Case) is about the aftermath of the so-called People Power Revolution of 1986, spawning a group of young dreamers bewildered, wondering, and wandering, discovering the fire of youth, the loss of innocence, the journey into the core of one’s being, immersing themselves in a brewing new alternative culture and a little known and lowly regarded revolution of sorts – the emergence of a new underground, independent, and alternative cinema.