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Shake Rattle & Roll III (1991)

A Trilogy-Horror. In "Yaya" a young couple hires a mysterious nanny for their baby. In "Ate" a young woman discovers that her sister has been dead and been made alive again. In "Nanay" a ... See full summary »


Peque Gallaga (story), Don Escudero (story) | 3 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kris Aquino ... Tanya (segment "Yaya")
Rosemarie Gil ... Lydia (segment "Yaya")
Ogie Alcasid ... Chuck (segment "Yaya")
Mae-ann Adonis Mae-ann Adonis ... Virgie (segment "Yaya") (as Mae Ann Adonis)
Mary Joyce Reyes Mary Joyce Reyes ... Baby Jane (segment "Yaya")
Lilia Cuntapay ... Yaya (segment "Yaya")
Eva Ramos Eva Ramos ... Aida (segment "Yaya")
Janice de Belen ... Roselyn (segment "Ate")
Gina Alajar ... Rowena (segment "Ate")
Joel Torre ... Milton (segment "Ate")
Armida Siguion-Reyna ... Mrs. Redoblado (segment "Ate")
Subas Herrero ... Mr. Redoblado (segment "Ate")
Inday Badiday Inday Badiday ... Self (segment "Ate")
Pen Medina ... Fr. Salazar (segment "Ate")
Lucy Quinto Lucy Quinto ... Madame Sabrina (segment "Ate")


A Trilogy-Horror. In "Yaya" a young couple hires a mysterious nanny for their baby. In "Ate" a young woman discovers that her sister has been dead and been made alive again. In "Nanay" a student unwittingly brings home from a beach field trip the egg of a horrible alien monster. Written by ledster

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Highly impressive and fun Philippine anthology
25 April 2019 | by kannibalcorpsegrinderSee all my reviews

A trilogy of shorts helmed by a pair of Philippine directors.

The Good Stor(ies): Yaya-After moving into a new house, a mother and her daughter become concerned something is in the house with them when they find their housekeeper scared out of her mind and raving about the grandchild not being safe. Realizing that she's become the target of a vile Yaya spirit, she resorts to desperate measures to keep her child safe from the evil spirit. This is an extremely effective way to start the film off. Within the first few minutes, the first supernatural action occurs with the wind blowing ominously through the house and then finding the woman hiding in the closet in hysterics clutching the baby. Her later story about the malicious spirit supposedly following her is incredibly chilling, and when followed by the beings' appearance at the house which signals a truly exciting attack with the holiday decorations left up being destroyed by the furious winds there's a great sense of cheese present. The rest of the segment plays off the familiar nature of a woman concerned for her infants' safety against a malevolent being trying to steal it which is a real universal fear and is carried out in some great sequences here to really get this going nicely.

Ate-After hearing of her sister's death, a student decides to leave her studies to return home to be with her family during the situation only to learn that she is still alive in a zombie-like state. Finding her under the control of a vicious devil-worshipping cult leader, she tries to free her sister and return her back to her natural state. This segment had a lot to like although there are some issues. One of the few troubling factors is the fact that this is somewhat longer than it needs to be due to some unnecessary scenes such as the pranksters at her school who are in the office before she is or the talks with the various occult experts to gain more info about what's going on. These just make the segment way too overlong and could've been trimmed somewhat or even expanded with a bit more subplot into a feature-length effort. However, once past those issues, the segment is wholly enjoyable. The atmosphere surrounding the strange cult and its dealings, carried out in strange silence and efficiency in front of her, creates a rather mysterious and engaging opening. From there, seeing his powers as he forces her into eating dirt from the planters or the series of special ceremonies conducted in the basement of the house really boost this one considerably as it leads into the thrilling finale. Fully aware of the cult's plans and how dangerous they are, this action has plenty to like in addition to the chilling resolution to end this one on.

Nanay-Joining her friends on a field trip, a student heads out with the rest of her class to a nearby lake only to find one of the students has died after an encounter with a strange being. Returning to campus, her classmate begins to torment her about what happened during the trip, unaware they've become the target of a vicious local sea monster legend and must stop its rampage across campus. While there's plenty to enjoy in this segment, one striking aspect does stand out here. The fact that the sea creatures are portrayed as stiff, immovable puppets covered in slime really adds a camp factor to their scenes rather than scares. Still, once you move past that there's so much to enjoy here. The attempts at suspense to keep the creature a mystery, with the use of POV camera-work moving through the water or onto dry land, create a familiar yet effective sense of suspense with the approaching creature. The tale about the creature living in the lake and the various local legends about it killing those who disturb it is a fine element towards the goofiness of the story which is enhanced in the second half with plenty of silly and cheesy monster action. Some of these are comedic, from the creature prevented from exiting the toilet inadvertently or her continually being caught luring the fictional creature out no one else believes in. Others are serious yet become cheesy through their execution, like the ambush in the shower or the rampage against the party guests which offers up some serious action scenes. While this is easily long enough to be a regular feature with a bit more added to it being as long as it is, overall this segment really scores nicely.

The Bad Stor(ies): There really isn't any bad segments in full, just some problematic aspects within segments.

Rated Unrated/R: Graphic Violence and Language.

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Filipino | Tagalog

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25 December 1991 (Philippines) See more »

Also Known As:

Shake Rattle and Roll 3 See more »

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Candelaria, Quezon, Philippines See more »

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