Makoy, a soon-to-be-father, is suddenly forced to protect his pregnant wife from an onslaught of hungry aswang monsters. He must not just fight for his love, but fight for their very ...
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Filipino crime thriller inspired by a real-life scandal in which prison inmates are temporarily released from prison to work as contract killers on behalf of politicians and high ranking military officials.
In 1947 those aspiring to be priest, are sent to a remote convent to live in seclusion(Seklusyon) on the last day of their training. The purpose is to shield them from evil of the world. ... See full summary »
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Makoy, a soon-to-be-father, is suddenly forced to protect his pregnant wife from an onslaught of hungry aswang monsters. He must not just fight for his love, but fight for their very survival into trouble with a group of gypsies who transform into TikTik.
Had a lot of promise... poor acting let it down. Oh and the special effects was laughable. It was looking OK on the first act but when the monsters started appearing, I just felt sorry for the director and actors involved. I heard from insiders that the producers rushed this movie so they could be entered in the Metro Manila Film Festival.
My advise for the director Erik Matti, next time hire good lead actors. Keep the intent, but get stronger actors.
Ramon Bautista was also a huge let down. I was counting on him for some comic relief but he could not deliver his lines effectively. Looked like a deer in the headlights.
Joey Marquez was a poor choice as Janice De Belen's husband. How he was selected for the part, I don't know. Must have been a special favor.
The only shining light on this was Janice De Belen. She nailed her part.
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