Pandanggo sa Hukay: Movie Review

All in all, Pandanggo sa Hukay was a spot-on depiction the real evil — people who prey on the weak for personal gain. A system that fails to bring them to justice, just because they have become a normal part of the societal structure. And the fact that what happened to Elena could happen to anyone is a nightmare that one would not wish on one’s worst enemy. Tragic. … Read More Pandanggo sa Hukay: Movie Review

Eerie: Movie Review

All in all, Eerie felt like a waste of time and good opportunity, to be completely honest. There was a chance to improve up the ante on the Pinoy horror genre given that there was the combination of talent, budget and marketing for it but instead, filmmakers chose to play safe and deliver a sub-par version of an old concept. It was all style and no substance, plain and simple. … Read More Eerie: Movie Review

Navigate your way to Cinemalaya 2019 with this screening schedule (CCP)

Cinemalaya season is upon us once again and with it, comes an opportunity for film afficionados to check out the brightest gems of independent cinema with entries that challenge convention and fearlessly tackle the controversial issues society is faced with. To make it easier to navigate your journey, CCP shares the list of its full… Read More Navigate your way to Cinemalaya 2019 with this screening schedule (CCP)

BTS’ Bring The Soul: The Movie premieres at SM Cinemas on August 7

If you’re a member of BTS’ massive ARMY fandom and want to see what happens at BTS’ Love Yourself Tour in London, Berlin, Paris and Amsterdam, SM Cinemas gives you the chance to follow the journey of Rap Monster, J-Hope, Jin, Suga, V, Jimin and Jongkook while they take on sold-out stages in Europe and bring… Read More BTS’ Bring The Soul: The Movie premieres at SM Cinemas on August 7