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Alma Moreno plays the aswang attacking residents of a remote barrio. Catlyn (Aiza Seguerra) and her yaya Veron,played by Manilyn Reynes are accompanied in the countryside by Dudoy, the family driver played by Berting Labra. In the midst of their journey, they encounter strange and brutal murders only to find out that the barrio is being infested and attacked by an aswang and Catlyn is to be a victim. They, together with the barrio residents fight against the evil spirits, most especially the aswang that are prevalent in their town. Written by
If you ever watch this movie you'll know what I'm talking about when I say scary. The movie is about a little girl and her young nanny moving to a village where a beautiful woman that can transform into animals or people terrorizes the place. The scary women is like a vampire but she doesn't just like drinking blood, she actually eats everything but the bones and particularly little children and babies. She even eats unborn babies inside pregnant women using her snake tongue. Now, imagine visiting a small village near jungles and it is haunted by a gorgeous monster-changing cannibal woman. People are missing and bones are being found. You would feel so insecure and you would trust no one. This is a must see for horror fans. The ending is as great as the beginning and the story just gets spookier by the minute. I hope they make this movie with English voice overs so that people in the US can watch this.
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