Synopsis: Years ago, Tina (Andi Eigenmann) was sent away to the United States to live with her aunt because of an incident involving her parents that has never been explained to her... See full synopsis »

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James
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Detective Albay
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Dick
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Celine
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Albularyo
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Rose
Jonathan Neri ...
Jonas
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Synopsis: Years ago, Tina (Andi Eigenmann) was sent away to the United States to live with her aunt because of an incident involving her parents that has never been explained to her... See full synopsis »

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The Fridge  »

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The neighbor's cat that eventually gets eaten by the fridge is named Alfred as an homage to Alfred Hitchcock, one of the director's filmmaking idols. See more »

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The fridge holds a bloody secret...
10 June 2013 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

A haunted fridge? Hmmmm, alright, well that is a new idea, I will say that much.

For a horror movie, then "Pridyider" was anything but scary. That being said, then the movie isn't a total waste. The story was nicely executed, although the storyline was rather well out there. I mean, a haunted fridge, come on...

The storyline, shortly summarized, is about Tina who returns back to the Philippines from the US, where she has to live alone in her family's house - a house that holds a macabre and dark secret. A single piece at a time, Tina starts to learn about the dreadful secret that ties her estranged mother and father to the house. And the air is thick with tension as the house turns out to be haunted by its past...

The acting in the movie was actually alright, although personally I had someone of a struggle to cope with the constant switching between Tagalog and English language in the movie. It adds a frustrating and confusing element to the overall enjoyment of the movie - but they do talk that way in the Philippines, so...

Effects-wise, then "Pridyider" was actually also quite alright. Don't expect major blockbuster Hollywood CGI effects, of course. But the effects incorporated in the movie worked out nicely to help the story along. And there were some pretty good scenes with the gore and dismembered body parts in the fridge - I enjoyed that, and it was a notch up in the enjoyment of the movie.

As mentioned above, then "Pridyider" is devoid of scares and a proper horror atmosphere. However, having only seen two other Philippine horror movies, then I don't have much background to base a judgment on how scary it is to the natives there, but for me, as a seasoned horror aficionado in Europe, then "Pridyider" was very 'child-friendly'. So don't expect to be scared out of your seat here.

And the title of the movie, "Pridyider", is short, simple and to the point, translated as "Refrigerator".


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