A young, unwed, pregnant girl is made an offer she can't refuse. Marry a rich young man with a wealthy estate to please his dying mother, and she'll be well taken care of. What she doesn't ...
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Awaiting the completion of their new beach house, a family decides to stay in an abandoned mansion that is rumored to be the home of the terrifying 'Aswang.' The Philippines has several legends, but this by far is the scariest.
Bryan Billy Boone,
This is a remake of the 1992 Aswang (shapeshifting monster) film starring Alma Moreno. In this version two kids witness the murder of their parents and escape unwittingly into a town ... See full summary »
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A young, unwed, pregnant girl is made an offer she can't refuse. Marry a rich young man with a wealthy estate to please his dying mother, and she'll be well taken care of. What she doesn't know is the family has plans to sacrifice her baby!Written by
Mondo Macabro released two DVD versions: the R-rated cut is available only through Blockbuster and the Unrated cut is available through retailers. To add further confusion, the Unrated discs will sometimes proclaim them to be the "R-Rated Cut". The key difference between the versions: the R-rated disc has no extras, the Unrated disc is loaded with special features, like a documentary, two commentaries, trailers, and audition tapes. See more »
I enjoyed this blend of horror. Something old. Something new. Of course, we old schoolers have seen this before....an old family with a sinister secret is hiding something and it's up to an outsider to find out what it is before they themselves are destroyed or consumed by it. In this film, it's something we didn't really expect so therein lies the true horror element. Not just a true horror element, but a taboo one at that. One of the best uses of horror in this film is the off screen presence of lurking doom. What is it? When will it strike. Who will it strike? How do you destroy or kill it? Is it human? Was it human? It's the same fear you get when walking in the woods near dark. A good creepy fear.
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