Thursday, 30 November 2017

Haunted Forest Official Poster - Metro Manila Film Festival 2017 Official Entry

Movie Review: Unexpectedly Yours

Two former high school friends Patty (Sharon Cuneta) and Cocoy (Robin Padilla) find each other unexpectedly 30 years later, not only as organizers of their high school reunion, but also as new neighbors.

Patty and her daughter Yanni's (Julia Barretto) quiet lives then get an unexpected shake-up when love—in the form of Cocoy and his nephew Jason (Joshua Garcia)—comes knocking on their door

Review: Vivo V7

VIVO’s Newest Local Ambassador Julie Ann San Jose and Ashley Rivera Led the V7 launch at SM North EDSA.

Wednesday, 29 November 2017

Vivo and Robinsons officially seals long-term partnership

Monday, 27 November 2017

JoshLia join forces with the iconic tandem of Sharon Cuneta and Robin Padilla in the romantic comedy film Unexpectedly Yours

Deadma Walking Teaser and Poster - Metro Manila Film Festival 2017 Official Entry

Ang Babaeng Allergic Sa Wifi Official Teaser

Bakwit Boys Official Teaser

Movie Review: Satan's Slaves

After dying from a strange illness that she suffered for 3 years, a mother returns home to pick up her children. The film tells the story of a family of four who must take evil head-on after their mother dies. Featuring plenty of scares and a shocking plot twist, the film is set in 1981, one year before the classic horror movie was set.

Pinoy Short Films Honored With International Awards By Viddsee

Are you ready for the Vivo Ultimate Selfie Challenge?

Robin, na-miss si Sharon

Saturday, 25 November 2017

Movie Review: Smaller and Smaller Circles

“Smaller and Smaller Circles” tells the story of Father Gus Saenz and Father Jerome Lucero, two Jesuit priests tasked to solve the murder of young boys who were eviscerated and thrown in the teeming slums of Payatas. To solve the murders, they have to explore the cramped urban landscape of 1990s Manila — a trap where there is no way out for a killer and his victims.

VIVO V7 was launched in four different Malls featuring Celebrity Performers.

Thursday, 23 November 2017

"Smaller and Smaller Circles",The Much-Awaited Crime Movie of the Year, Urges Viewers To Look Closer

Grand launch of Vivo V7 in Bacolod City emerged successful with Boyband PH

Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Jameson Blake Talks About His Latest Films: So Connected, Ang Babaeng Allergic Sa Wi-Fi and Haunted Forest

Tuesday, 21 November 2017

“Satans Slaves” – Indonesian Horror Movie at Its Scariest

Sunday, 19 November 2017

Cinema One Originals Film Festival 2017 List of Winners

Unexpectedly Yours Official Trailer

Saturday, 18 November 2017

My Verdict For Cinema One Originals 2017

Trip Ubusan: The Lola Vs. Zomebies - The Family Horror Film To Watch This Season

Movie Review: Justice League

Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman's selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat. But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes-Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash-it may already be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.

Movie Review: Fallback

Michelle (Rhian Ramos) gets a rather unexpected love advice: Prevent yourself from getting hurt in love by having a fallback.

Michelle is in a relationship with Chris (Daniel Matsunaga), and they are doing okay. However, she crosses paths with her ex-boyfriend (Zanjoe Marudo) again.

Having spent some time with him again, she decides that she's found the perfect "fallback".

Movie Review: Cinema One Originals Short Films 2017

Award-winning Sylvia Sanchez wants to portray diverse ‘mother’ roles

Boyband PH to headline the grand launch of Vivo V7 in Bacolod City

The Vivo V7, the newest authority in selfie-centric smartphones; to be officially launched November 18 at Bacolod City

Friday, 17 November 2017

Metro Manila Film Festival 2017 Offcial Entries Announced

All of You First Trailer - Metro Manila Film Festival 2017 Official Entry

Thursday, 16 November 2017

Movie Review: Historiographika Errata

A mosaic of historical facts, fictions and in-betweens – human acts born out of a primeval instinct to survive under adverse conditions. Historiographika Errata paints an absurd yet brutally honest visage of a race plagued by misfortunes.

Movie Review: Throwback Today

Primo, gifted with a good eye for production design, ventures into the working world with a great desire to succeed. Unprepared for the harsh realities of the real world, Primo experienced failure, heartbreak and regret in a series of unfortunate events. Life didn’t turn out as he had expected: He wasted away, wallowing in grief, and jumped from one odd job to another for more than a decade. While trying to make ends meet at the peak of his misfortunes, he experiences a technological glitch with his old desktop computer and gets a chance to re-write his life.

Movie Review: Nervous Translation

Eight year-old Yael, shy to a fault, lives in her own private world. One day she finds out about a pen that can “translate” the thoughts and feelings of nervous people. Eight year-old Yael, shy to a fault, lives in her own private world. One day she finds out about a pen that can “translate” the thoughts and feelings of nervous people.

Wednesday, 15 November 2017

Movie Review: Paki

After five decades of marriage, Alejandra wants to separate from her husband Uro. And so Alejandra visits her children, one by one, to notify them and ask for their blessing. But the children are now busy with their own lives; one daughter, even busy with an election campaign. But when her youngest and dearest daughter contracts a heart attack, the entire family is forced to gather in a hospital where, together, they must face the separation.

Movie Review: Nay

13-year old Martin lives with his Nay Luisa, a domestic worker. His parents work for a development bank, which requires them to be away for years. Martin learns he is seriously ill and in order to survive, he is then transformed into an “aswang” by none other than the mother he grew up to love. The revelation and series of gruesome events that take place after captures fear and paranoia in a city that continuously disconnects and dehumanizes.

Movie Review: Si Chedeng at Si Apple

Si Chedeng at si Apple is a film about two friends who are both in their 60s. In the wake of her husband's death, Chedeng, 66, decides to come out of the closet. Her best friend Apple, 63, beheads her live-in partner in a fit of rage. Bound by friendship, the two elderly women, together with the severed head placed inside a Louis Vuitton bag, set off an adventure to find Chedeng's ex-girlfriend.