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Episode 1, a young groom in Baguio for his honeymoon is possessed by a homicidal spirit when he discovers a cursed ring and decides to wear it. Episode 2 is set in the eerie halls of a ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Janice de Belen ... Living Dead (segment "Kulam")
Eric Quizon ... Mari (segment "Multo")
Eddie Gutierrez ... Dr. Corpus (segment "Multo")
Caridad Sanchez ... Manang (segment "Multo")
Isabel Granada ... Consuelo (segment "Multo")
Mae-ann Adonis Mae-ann Adonis ... Multo (segment "Multo") (voice)
Danny Deopante Danny Deopante ... Multo (segment "Multo") (voice)
Joey Marquez ... Bogart (segment "Kulam")
Daisy Romualdez Daisy Romualdez ... Dra. Kalbaryo (segment "Kulam")
Carmina Villaroel ... Tifanny (segment "Kulam")
Sylvia Sanchez ... Melanie (segment "Kulam")
Jose Javier Reyes ... Morgue Attendant (segment "Kulam") (as Joey Reyes)
Susan Quinto Susan Quinto ... Nun (segment "Kulam")
Josie Galvez Josie Galvez ... Nurse (segment "Kulam")
Jinky Laurel Jinky Laurel ... Nurse (segment "Kulam")
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Episode 1, a young groom in Baguio for his honeymoon is possessed by a homicidal spirit when he discovers a cursed ring and decides to wear it. Episode 2 is set in the eerie halls of a mysterious hospital where doctors practice voodoo and dead bodies go wandering in the night. Episode 3, and the most terrifying of all, is about a student who is a guest at a town fiesta in a remote province. The people's hospitable ways leave her clueless about a ritual that takes place at night. Written by ledster

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English | Filipino | Tagalog

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25 December 1990 (Philippines) See more »

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Shake, Rattle & Roll II See more »

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Regal Films See more »
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Somewhat flawed but still highly enjoyable Philippine anthology effort
8 December 2018 | by kannibalcorpsegrinderSee all my reviews

A three-part anthology series of Filipino horror shorts.

The Good Stor(ies): Multo-Heading out to the countryside, a man and his bride make a stop in a small town to visit their relative living alone in a small shack in the woods. As they set about trying to honor their intended honeymoon, it becomes more and more obvious he's become possessed by a vengeful spirit threatening to kill her. For the most part, this segment was rather fun is somewhat slow to get going. As the beginning concerns their attempts to reestablish a familial relationship with their grandmother who owns the house, this one starts off rather blandly until it gets to the point where the possession becomes obvious which is pretty early in the segment. Given the quick nature of it's happening, the segment gets plenty to enjoy about not only preparing her for what's to come but explaining the cause of the possession through the superstitious trinkets or the behavior signaling his change. As these are aided by a nice selection of visual tricks showing the spirit hovering around the body as well as the shockingly graphic sequences showing a victim being cut up in a hospital lab that sets the possession in motion, it manages to have a lot to like despite the slow-going nature of the short.

Aswang-Returning home to her jungle village, a young woman is initially perturbed about their sudden interest in partaking in a strange series of rituals. As she spends more time in the village, the more she learns about the truth behind their beliefs and tries to leave once she's aware of the danger. This is undoubtedly one of the highlights of the franchise as a whole with plenty to like about it. The general concept at play here, about the village suddenly undergoing the strange series of rituals and behaviors gets this segment started off on a great note by offering a creepy setup all around her. Once it starts repeating these scenes, the creepiness starts to unfurl rather nicely including encounters in the woods with people chained up in boxes or finding her drink spiked just when the villagers arrive to abduct them for a special ceremony. As that plays out in the middle of the jungle, seeing the witch doctor and the rest of the tribe engaging in the occult rituals that are shown in order to placate the creature threatening them offers some rather chilling imagery of their ceremonial spaces leading into the stellar if somewhat overlong confrontations with the rest of the tribe chasing her throughout the jungle which is a lot of fun. Despite the less-than-stellar make-up effects which are somewhat goofy-looking, the high-energy series of chases after a fine setup make this a winning piece overall.

The Bad Stor(ies)-Kulam-Working in a busy hospital, a rebellious teenager starts her job looking after some of the patients alongside the regular nurses on duty. When she's given the chance to see the inner workings of the hospital going back to retrieve a lost skateboard, she uncovers the dangerous secret about the staff at the hospital. This was an incredibly disappointing segment that really could've been a lot more fun than it was. A lot of this is due to the early setup here with the melodrama involved in the central sequence of the fired nurse as the comical nature of her seducing and riding the injured patient. Rather than being scary, these scenes are just laughably bad and the supposed catfight to win his affections is just an embarrassment to all involved and just makes for a confusing tone since the central idea of this one being about the dangerous inner workings of the staff is far more horror-based which comes off with a strikingly disparate tone. Those horrific sequences are rather enjoyable, with the inclusion of voodoo-controlled dolls, supernatural curses and eventually zombies running around, this inherently silly slapstick just seems wholly out-of-place and not necessary for the segment which could've been fine as a straightforward, serious segment but suffers strongly because of this silly changing tone.

Rated Unrated/PG-13: Violence and Language.


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