A bunch of high school chums get themselves deep into the ghost-hunting thing. They met the supernatural, the Ulanaya, a spirit that takes many forms. Malevolent but only after going through years of exposure to the evils perpetrated by humans. This is what the Ulanaya acquires after absorbing all the negative thoughts, acts and deeds of humans it has come across with through the years. In the process, the Ulanaya then musters the ability to take many forms such as the wind, fire, water, earth and others making it the ultimate elemental and its malevolence, most potent. A force to reckon with especially on the gang of amateur ghost hunters, the Spirit Warriors do battle against this behemoth of an elemental, the Ulanaya.
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Set largely in the dark and eerie campus of the Arts Academy, White Lady’s story centers on Pearl (Pauleen Luna), a simple and smart girl from the province who has just arrived in the city to study, and the clique of students led by Mimi (Iwa Moto), a pretty, rich and popular girl who gets by through bullying others. Mimi’s minions include basketball jock Joshua (Jason Abalos), painter and Mimi wannabe Eva (Katarina Perez), film and photography major Jowee (Glaiza de Castro), and troublemaker and band frontman Hector (Ketchup Eusebio).
For reasons she cannot explain nor understand, Pearl is haunted by the ghost of a white lady which has been rumored to have frequented the school grounds. Intrigued and determined to solve the mystery, she then decides to delve deeper into the lore of the white lady especially after learning about the story of Christina (Angelica Panganiban), a simple girl reportedly driven into hiding by Mimi’s pompousness. Pearl immediately feels an affinity towards Christina since both girls have been on the receiving end of Mimi’s mean pranks.
A heart-pounding fright movie about a provincial lass whose life and death is shrouded by inexplicable and ghastly events so affecting the whole community of Sta. Barbara. Igan suffers a gruesome death in the hands of a devil worshipper, Nana Ursula. After young Igna (Juliana Palermo) incurs the wrath of a spiteful witch (Jacklyn Jose), a strong spell leaves the unlucky provincial woman cursed for the rest of her life and her death. Eager to exact revenge from the grave, Igna targets three young visitors. The trio must fight for their lives in this nail-biting supernatural thriller from the Philippines.
The film settings are located among the scenic and rural areas of Vigan showcasing the rich custom of the Filipinos with utmost detail on camera work and production. The amazing cinematic and special effects, plus the superb handling of some scary scenes will definitely offer the viewers a clear sense of the strange and unfamiliar... a true Filipino honor flick to watch out for.
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The Healing is a 2012 Filipino horror suspense film directed by Chito S. Roño, starring Vilma Santos and Kim Chiu. The film was released nationwide on July 25, 2012 and is a massive hit. The film is also part of the celebration of Santos' 50 years in showbusiness.
How come people who go there are never seen again? Does the villa "eat" people alive? The movie tells the story of Ana who has always been having nightmares about certain people getting killed of Madre Na Aswang. Things become scarier when her ex-boyfriend brings her to Villa Estrella where she meets a girl named Gisele who seems to be very familiar to her.
Seven passengers on a trip to Manila escape death and their respective "sundo" by a twist of fate. Soon, they realize that the price they have to pay for gambling with the spirit of tragedy is the hardest and most ruthless battle they will ever come to face.
Against the advice of a concerned mythology professor, a group of school friends decide to take an out of town trip during the holy week. When they first leave on their vacation, Shiela, Rina, Christian, Kerwin and their friends believe they have made a good decision. Everyone is happy and excited about their upcoming adventure. But soon, the mood starts to change. Shiela begins having dreams and premonitions about an evil presence somehow related to young children. She sees images of an old woman that terrifies her. Troubling, frightening events seems to multiply around them. The friends soon begin to believe that one of them may be the source of the evil that is plaguing them. Will one of friends have to sacrifice themselves in order to protect the others?
Corazon: Ang Unang Aswang (or simply Corazon) is a 2012 Filipino psychological thriller film starring Erich Gonzales and Derek Ramsay released by Skylight Films, a division of Star Cinema. (Watch full movie below: Corazon: Ang Unang Aswang)
Corazon revolves around the love story of a married couple during the times of Japanese rule in the Philippines who's having a hard time conceiving a child. After joining traditional fertility rites in honor of certain patron saints, their prayers are eventually answered but unexpected circumstances will lead to their baby's death. At which point the conflict of the story will begin.
After twenty years, local police captures the murderer of the older brother of a young boy. Now a doctor, he must go back to his old town and face the murderers himself. He then discovers that the murderers are Aswangs (folkloric Filipino vampire-like creatures) and they pose a deadly threat not only to him but also for the entire town.
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