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Regal Entertainment Inc. and Director Jerrold Tarog present “Aswang” starring Lovi Poe, Paulo Avelino, Jillian Ward, Albie Casino, Marc Abaya, Precious Lara Quigaman, Joem Bascon, Nina Jose, and Bembol Roco.
Regal Entertainment’s “Aswang” has started a unique movie promo where you stand to win two (2) tickets to the premiere night scheduled a few nights before the playdate on November 2, 2011.
Do you want lead actress Lovi Poe to bite you during the picture taking on premiere night? Or do you want to be the one to bite lead actor Paulo Avelino?
Then have a picture taken showing that part of your body you want to be bitten, with a sign saying “Kagatin Mo Ako, Lovi Poe!” or a picture showing where you want to bite Paulo Avelino, with a sign saying “Kakagatin kita, Paulo Avelino!
Afterwards, tweet the photo with a link and use the hashtag #ASWANG
Very easy, right? Especially if you fantasize about Lovi Poe biting you or biting Paulo Avelino! 😉
In the next two months, two local films of the horror genre will be released nationwide and they look very interesting enough. I’m a fan of scary movies, aside from the fact that the two directors – Jerrold Tarog and Yam Laranas – have proven themselves more than competent to come up with works that can make your skin crawl. Check them out.
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Jerrold Tarog caught my attention when he directed the “Punerarya” (Funeral Parlor) episode of Shake Rattle & Roll 12. He gave the same a look and feel that sent shivers to my bones. This time around, he came up with a remake that thrives in a rustic macabre setting which lends more authenticity to the folkloric origins of the flesh-eating creatures called “Aswang“. I’m excited to watch this one. Watch the teaser trailer above and you’ll see what I mean.
“Aswang” is presented by Regal Entertainment, Inc. Directed by Jerrold Tarog, it stars Lovi Poe, Paulo Avelino, Jillian Ward, Marc Abaya, Nina Jose, Precious Lara Quigaman and introducing Albie Casino. It opens October, 2011.
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On the other hand, Yam Laranas has been churning out mostly horror flicks ever since he started making a name for himself in the biz. In fact, he remade one of his earlier works – 2004’s “Sigaw” (Scream) – into a (straight-to-video) Hollywood production that starred Jesse Bradford and local actress Iza Calzado. His latest offering is “The Road”, an intriguing ghost story that delivers less of the gore and more of the build-up scare tactics – all rolled into an excellently-photographed production that makes me want to watch the whole thing.
The Road is presented by GMA Films and director Yam Laranas. It stars Rhian Ramos, TJ Trinidad, Carmina Villarroel, Marvin Agustin, Barbie Forteza, Alden Richards, Louise delos Reyes, Derrick Monasterio, Lexie Fernandez and Ynna Asistio. It opens November, 2011.
Support Filipino Films. Let’s all watch “Aswang” and The Road. I’m pretty sure we won’t be disappointed. 😉