Get your Halloween game on by watching Pinoy indie horror films!
Hit two birds in one stone–watching films perfect for the Halloween season and supporting local cinema. You can watch these films at Cinema ’76 Film Society in San Juan, Manila.
These films will be screened from October 21 to 27 and will feature indie horror films Perci Intalan’s Dementia, Mike Alcazaren’s Puti, and Christian Jeffrey Hidalgo and Roy Sevilla Ho’s Silong.
Want a sneak-peek? Watch the trailers below:
Dementia starring Nora Aunor is about Mara, a woman facing challenges of her dementia and returning to her hometown in Batanes. Upon her return to her old home, strange things happen.
Puti starring Ian Veneracion is about the reclusive life of Amir, a counterfeit painter.
Silong starring Piolo Pascual and Rhian Ramos is about dark pasts and futures.
Pacual stars as Miguel, a reclusive doctor who finds Valerie (Ramos) bloodied on a road and tends to her. They find out about each other’s pasts, and the result: blood and an unlocked door.
Due to the insistent public demand, popular indie films Patintero: Ang Alamat ni Meng Patalo and Pamilya Ordinaryo will be shown, too, and allow you to take a break from all the horror and suspense of the films.
Make a movie marathon out of this! Tickets only cost P150. This can be a good bonding with your family or friends, especially if you are all horror film junkies.
Cinema ’76 accepts walk-ins but it’s better if you reserve for sure seats. You can always pay when you’re in the venue. You can reserve online through this link: https://goo.gl/fIEbqb
For the complete schedules and more updates, check Cinema ’76 Film Society’s Facebook page.