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Showing posts with label horror. Show all posts
Showing posts with label horror. Show all posts

Sunday, November 1, 2015

Pictorial with the Zombies!

Happy Halloween!!!

Let me start the month of November with scary photos of yours truly with the zombies!

Exactly two years ago, I have encountered these scary creatures. And yes, instead of bitting me, they enjoyed having photos with me! 

Check us out below:




Aside from those throwback pictures with the zombies, just recently (last week) during our Blogapalooza Seasons, I also encountered this zombie and enjoyed a wacky selfie with me:


Now I can conclude, zombies didn't only love to eat people... they also love to have photos and selfies together with them! Yours truly is a living proof! :)

Enjoy the Halloween everyone! (RCB)



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Friday, November 2, 2012

How It Feels Like 'Aswang!'

We are currently on the so-called "Season of Horror and Terror" as we are celebrating the Halloween, All Saints Day, and All Souls Day. Different horror stories were currently airing on the different TV stations, topics and themes of the different parties, and features on the different movies.     
Now inline with the season, I will also share with you one of my horror-theme portraits! 

Do you believe in the Filipino folklore "Aswang"?! Or do you already encountered in real-life these human-eating creatures of the dark?! How does it feel being an "Aswang" imagining yourself being one of them?!  

Well, let me share with you my "Aswang" moments together with the "Aswang" guy who turned me wild just like him: 





He made me thirst for a human flesh! He turned me salivating to eat the inner organs of a human being!

I got my best shots with an Aswang guy during the Premiere Night of "Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles."  The setup of the SM Megamall Cinema 9 depicted a 'pugad ng mga aswang' place! Dried leaves, bloody human organs, and Aswangs surrounded the venue! And I got one of the best Aswang guy to shot!     

"Ang Sarap Magpa-Aswang," my recent status I had posted in my Facebook account identifying one of these photos! :) How do you love our photos?! Happy Halloween Everyone!(RCB)     

Thursday, November 1, 2012

'Dead Mine' Palpitates My Senses with It's Deadly Twist!


For the second time now, I was invited by my blogger friend Kuya Ferdz of TaDi ("Tatak Digitista") to watch and scream for the premiere nights of two Hollywood movies brought to us by the SM Cinema Exclusives or CinExlusive. Well, the movies we watched together with my officemate friend were truly inline with the Halloween season - they were both terrifying which awaken our senses! Let me share with you my frightening experience watching this second horror movie (I'll share the first one in my next post).    

"Dead Mine" is actually the first original feature produced by HBO Asia and making its cinema debut this coming November 9, 2012. There are many good things to note about this movie aside from the breath-taking thriller it offers. Let me count it to you one by one.

First, I like how the casts were put together. Yeah, the actors portraying different roles in the movie actually came from different part of the world. Hunks Sam Hazeldine and Les Loveday of Great Britain, cult action star Miki Mizuno of Japan, cutie heartthrob Jimmy T of Singapore, tough hunky dudes Ario Bayu, Bang Tigor, Joe Taslim and Mike Lewis of Indonesia, and our very own sweetheart Carmen Soo of Malaysia comprise the main cast members! It's nice to see Ms. Carmen Soo who once became part of the Philippine showbiz (particularly in the teleserye "Kahit Isang Saglit" with Jericho Rosales) back in the movie scene via an anticipating Hollywood movie like this.

Jimmy T, Sam Hazeldine and Miki Mizuno Fight Until the End

Mike Lewis, Carmen Soo and Les Loveday All Face Death in a Tragic Way!
The second good thing about this movie is that it makes you proud about our country. Count how many times the words "Philippines" and "Yamashita" mentioned in the movie! Yamashita or Yamashita treasure is actually part of the Philippine History as it depicts the Japanese invasion in the country forming one of the most important blocks of Filipino history! Conflicts in the movie started as the group of Les Loveday hunts the Yamashita treasure in Bali, Indonesia!      

Third, the story is unpredictable! We all know that the lead stars of the different movies stay alive until the end. But after you witnessed the ending of this movie, you will get shock on how it was concluded!

Fourth, this movie is actually the second film (next to "The Healing") which truly puts me on the state of shock! In the middle of the movie, my heart was beating faster and faster! My 'kaba' was raised to its highest point when the lead stars were hunted by the dead soldiers or when the evil monsters kill the cast!      

The Good Soldiers were Yet to Defeat!

The Dead Soldiers of the Dark!
Fifth, the movie didn't only combined action and horror. It also merged the past and the future! Yes, the movie has a touch of historical facts but at the same time presented in futuristic approach. Imagine how the metal immortal soldiers and the oldies who retain youthful and active via experimental formula formed through a hi-tech futuristic approach!   

To visualize how the story goes, here is the full trailer of "Dead Mine" for you to watch:



Actually while watching this movie, I visualize it as a "Walking Dead" three times higher! The monsters and the evil metal soldiers in this movie were the hi-tech versions of the TV series zombies! Cool.

Even though I already watched this movie during its premiere night, I also want to watch it over and over again! There is really no 'sawa' factor in this horror flick. I am highly recommending this movie. Two thumbs up! It will truly be a sure hit. Happy Halloween!(RCB)          

Monday, October 31, 2011

Some Ghost Videos!

Inline with Halloween, let me share with you some of the ghost videos in YouTube. Yup, videos pertaining to ghosts or paranormal activities today got so many hits.

Here are the said videos. Tell me if these are reals or just products of modern technology. Here they go:









Now what can you say about these videos?! Happy Halloween to all of you! c",)

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Horror Marathon!

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It was a "Horror on Holy" last week! Truly, thriller and terror dominate my holy week vacation last week!

Oops...don't get me wrong! We're not too advance for the Halloween celebration or too late for last year's event. This is not my Halloween special edition, rather it's for my holy week post! Haha!

Yeah, it's for the holy week! For this moment, let us give the holy week a brand new image. Instead of talking religion, rituals, or trips, let me share with you my last holy week's main activity. It was truly a terrifying days!

Yup, since there was no TV programs last Holy Thursday, Friday, and Saturday besides watching the Holy Week Marathon of the hit TV Series "Agua Bendita", I had my own marathon. It was called the "Horror Marathon"! I've watched all the latest hit Filipino horror movies in the DVD using my Sony Bravia!

Here are they:

I was Surprised with the Supporting Stars in this Movie!

I Like the Mystery Behind the Story!

Too Short to Watch...

I Love the Way How the Two Stories were Connected!

These were some of the horror movies I've watched last Holy Thursday, Friday, and Saturday! Actually, I have other foreign movie lineups after watching these. These were "The Echo", "Jennifer's Body", "Wrong Turn", and "Days With The Dead"! But, three days were not enough to watch those other movies. I will then schedule another time to watch those!

Aside from these horror movies, I also watched the film of John Lloyd Cruz, Luis Manzano, and Vilma Santos which is "In My Life"! The story was really great! Like it! =)

Beside these movies, more new movies were inside our locker which wasn't yet watched. These were Angel Locsin-Piolo Pascual's "Love Me Again", Mega and Ai-Ai's "BFF", Indie Film's "Mangkukulam", and KC-Richard's "For the First Time"!

And also, I will set my time to buy other more new DVDs like "New Moon", "Tanging Pamilya", "Shake Rattle and Roll", "Paano Na Kaya", "Mano Po 6", "Miss You Like Crazy", "Ang Darling Kong Aswang", and "Patient X"! Of course, include in my list the bold Indie Films! Haha! Keep it as our top secret!

So, that's how I concluded my three days Holy Week vacation! Of course, I didn't forget to pray and visit the church! c",)


Wednesday, October 28, 2009

A Lover of Horror!

Halloween...Halloween...Halloween...!!!

Halloween, All Saint's Day, and All Souls Day were fast approaching. We will again celebrate the tradition we grow with every November 1. Nearing this period, ghost stories, supernatural encounters, and mysteries brought by the different elemental creatures and spirits were all the topics on TV, radio, and print media.

And did you know that I love those things!?

A Collection of Horror Movies...I Like!

Different Horror Themes!

Yeah I really love horrors! Horror is my genre. I love horror films, horror TV series, horror TV programs specially the documentary and news features every Halloween, horror topics on radio programs, horror stories, and anything that were frightening and terrifying.

Let's start with the movies. Yeah, I love horror films. It started in my childhood. My mother and I love to see horror films. I remember on my childhood days, during weekends when there was new horror film on Cinemas, me and my mom watched movies on malls together.

From childhood up to now, I like horror films! FYI...my favorite movie genres were horror and romance! Ooopps...I will reveal....the third genre I love most were sexy and bold movies specially the bold Indie films nowadays! Hahaha...you know now one of my desires...!!

Back to horror movies, yeah, I have a collection of different horror films in my TV rack. Horror films from the different countries. Filipino, Asian, American horrors...I haver it! Ooopps...don't dare to ask what my other movie and DVD collections 'coz you're gonna be shocked! Hahaha!!!

"The Grudge"...It Came With Different Versions


"Doll Master"...One of Korean Best Horror


I Like Dracula!

Being a lover of different TV series, yup, horror was also my type! I thanked Primetime Bida when they aired on TV new horror-series like "Patayin Sa Sindak Si Barbara", "Maligno", "Florinda", and "La Vendetta"! I used to be avid viewers of those shows!

Even on radio programs, I keep tunning on my favorite AM program every midnight like "Stargazzer's Pinoy Vibes" which tackles supernatural things. Specially now were on the season of Halloween, their topics were all about ghost and spirits!

"Fengshui"...One of the Best Filipino Horror Movie


"Sukob"...A Combination of Two Best Horror Actress!


Different Faces of Horror

Since Halloween, even other TV programs like news and documentary shows were all dominated by ghost topics. If you can still recall every Halloween season, the former TV program of Noli De Castro "Magandang Gabi Bayan" features a special episodes about different ghost stories, spirits, and supernatural encounters. Starting from my childhood, I was an avid viewer of that Kabayan show during this ghost season. Hope that they will air it again or revive it on TV.

But today, I was glad that the ABS-CBN current affairs program "XXX" hosted by Julius Babao, Pinly Web, and Alex Santos allots a special Halloween episode every end of October or early November! But I failed to watch their ghost episode last Monday because since they moved their timeslot from Saturday to Monday night, it's too late in the evening. I can't watch it anymore, I have to wake up early in the morning for my work since I'm in a dayshift!

Dark Angel


Vampires...One of mY Favorite Horror!


I'm Afraid of Horror in Real Life!

And another FYI on my horror hobby, did you know that during my childhood days, I have a lot of Comics collection? Yeah, majority of these were horror comics like "Dracula" (my favorite), "Nightmare", "ESP", and other. Of course, my other favorite comics that was not horror was "Funny Komiks". I remember that I cried my mom if she didn't bought me comics! Everytime we go to the market, I always point "Dracula" comics! Ohh...I missed those days!

Of course I also read horror pocketbooks! I love the ghost stories on those pocketbooks. Wayback 1994 when comics were slowly vanishing, my mom bought me horror pocketbooks. I enjoy reading them specially the 3-in-1 story in the "Friday The 13TH" pocketbook!

Horror...horror...horror....!!!! I really love them! I like ghost stories and mysteries! But wait, I love horror but I was afraid to see ghost! Yeah, I was frightened to see white lady, dwarf, ghost, and other supernatural creatures. Good that my third eye was closed...!!!

How about you!? Do you also love horror!? Share it with me...! HAPPY HALLOWEEN...!!!! c",)

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