Shake, Rattle and Roll (1984) is the first of the popular series of Filipino horror movies composed of three episodes. Baso (glass) talks about the adventure of three friends who performed ...
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Shake, Rattle and Roll (1984) is the first of the popular series of Filipino horror movies composed of three episodes. Baso (glass) talks about the adventure of three friends who performed Spirit of the Glass and discovered the tale of a tragic love triangle. Pridyider (Frigidaire - a brand name for a refrigerator) revolves around a refrigerator that seemed to be "alive". Manananggal is about a teenager who courts a barrio lass without his knowledge that this lass is a monster. She eventually causes chaos to his family. Written by
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Short review: FEW SPOILERS The 1st episode (Baso) was kinda thrilling at start then it went to flashback territory that's too long then goes back to the present and well that's that.
The 2nd episode (Pridyider) same as the other pretty thrilling, it was also and interesting episode until one scene started playing Michael Jackson's Thriller in the background that didn't quite make sense since there was no radio to be found. And the hilarious part of fridge rape, then it just ends with way more questions to be asked.
The 3rd and last (Manananggal) was the title's only saving grace, I won't say much of this, you gotta see it to believe it, from it's dark environments, set in the rural part of Luzon, the practical effects are awesome and at least the ending won't leave scratching your head.
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