Like the previous installments, Shake,Rattle and Roll 9 showcases three horror episodes. The first story, Christmas Tree is about a family who are spending their christmas vacation on their...
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Like the previous installments, Shake,Rattle and Roll 9 showcases three horror episodes. The first story, Christmas Tree is about a family who are spending their christmas vacation on their grandmother's house after a painful tragedy. Until a strange monster christmas tree is waiting for a right time to eat all the family members for it's christmas feast. The next segment is about a desperate woman, Marionne(Roxanne Guinoo) for her true love Jerome(Dennis Trillo). One day, she did a ritual that suddenly traps her and Jerome in each other's nightmare forever. The title of this segment is "Bangungot". The third and final episode's title is "Engkanto"tacles about a gothic band who are lost in the middle of the woods and encounters an "Engkanto" Written by
The earlier versions of Shake, Rattle and Roll were very scary, and I'm sad to say that as the sequels increase, it gets a little duller. The segment Christmas Tree had me wanting to get out of my seat and just wait for it to end. My mother said it would scare children away, but I think there were five small children behind me snickering while watching the segment. Bangungot was unique, but I wanted to see Pauleen Luna get killed hahahahaha joke :-). The concept was like The Twilight Zone, and it could have been good on its own. Engkanto was cool also. However, the ending was more comedic and kind of ruined the entire goal of the film. I wish in the 10th installment, they would really make segments that would make the viewers Shake, Rattle and Roll
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