A young gangster forced into trafficking girls goes into hiding when a deal goes wrong but when the girl unleashes her supernatural curse he must decide between his love for her or running for his life.
Dressed for the occasion with an elegant evening dress, Amanda enters on a luxurious limousine waiting in front of her house. Suddenly the windows are tinted black, Amanda's cell phone is disabled and can not open any of the doors.
Longtime couple Basha (Bea Alonzo) and Popoy (John Lloyd Cruz) are practically inseparable, so when they split up, it's not surprising how heartbroken each feels. But Basha, stifled by the ... See full summary »
The girl Nam befriends the bullied boy Thongsook at the same room in the hospital and she tells that she likes horror films. Thongsook asks whether she would like to see ghosts and he ... See full summary »
Long time afterwards, after Joy has last seen the Bagua mirror, a man named Lester finds it having the same experiences like what Joy had. It's up to Joy to help Lester against the curse and the deadly consequences.
Chito S. Roño
Cherry Pie Picache
I watched this on amazon prime and I really enjoyed it. It's a drama/thriller/horror/love story all in one. I thought the acting was very well done, especially the lead actress. You can tell the producers put some time and money into the making of this film. Production values were very good and I thought the script was more original than most of what is being passed off as a horror movie nowadays. I also really liked the ending, as it makes you think about what really just happened. I hope there will be a sequel. The only thing I found odd was they switched between speaking Tagalog and English a lot, so I had to turn on the subtitles. But that was fine.
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