The Horror Story Full REPACK Movie Tagalog Version
If you're a horror movie aficionado, you've likely heard of the box office and critical hit Train to Busan. The Gong Woo-led movie follows a group of travelers fighting for their lives aboard a zombie-infested high-speed train hurtling to one of the last safe places in the country. The film's powerful class commentary shows the benefit of taking collective action over prioritizing individual survival. Critics pointed out how the movie may be a response to the Sewol ferry disaster of 2014 that left 300 dead, including around 250 teenagers.
The Horror Story Full Movie Tagalog Version
We're going to begin with the horror classic that started it all. This movie has the plot twist of the century, the plot twist to end all plot twists. It's one of my K-horror faves and made history by becoming the highest-grossing Korean horror film and the first one to be screened in US theaters. Impressive, right? The story is based on a Korean folktale about, well, two sisters.
If you haven't seen this, you need to get on it. This was Korea's original take on the zombie apocalypse, and it brought Korea's cinema to international attention. It's touted as one of the best zombie movies ever made, and you know what? It's true. Also, it's the only horror film ever that's made me bawl like a baby. And it's about zombies.
The next Korean zombie film that took the Internet by storm after Train to Busan, this is just your classic zombie apocalypse movie, released right on time to be pandemic-ally relevant. It was shot and produced before COVID-19 struck the world, so it's a total coincidence that the protagonist's struggle to keep himself safe from infected zombies feels eerily similar to lockdown. It hits close enough to home to be unnerving, but not so close that it stops the escapism that you're looking for in a horror movie.
All you need to know about this one is that it was directed by Bong Joon-ho. Oh, you know, the director of 2019's Parasite, the film that made Oscars history by becoming the first foreign-language film ever to win Best Picture. The Bong Joon-ho of 2006 probably did not know that. And don't you dare get this confused with that questionable 2013 movie based on Stephenie Meyer's novel. This one is tragic, thrilling, and funny with a relatable cast and incredible depth.
Sang-hyun, a respected Catholic priest, awakens from a failed medical experiment as a lustful and bloodthirsty vampire. He tries to remain faithful to his values but compromises them when he has an intense affair with his friend's wife, Tae-ju, leading to an illicit love story full of betrayal, sex, and blood. Not sure that'll end well. Fun fact: The Korean title means "Bat" and it's the first mainstream film to feature full-frontal male nudity!
Ghost Stories, also known as Gakkou no Kaidan, is an adaptation of the books of the same name, written by Tōru Tsunemitsu. The intention was to produce a series aimed at younger children that introduced them to classic Japanese folklore in a new way. Keep in mind, at this time in Japan, horror was a bigger deal than ever. Ringu, Ju-On and Audition were hitting screens, so kids would've been hearing about these popular adult scary movies they just couldn't watch. In theory, Ghost Stories may have sounded like an easy hit to capitalize on this.
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If your answer is no, then it's high time to take your courage to the next level by listening to horror podcasts. They are sure to bring you a different kind of fright and get your hair raising, as wicked storytellers narrate the mysteries of the unseen right through your ears and leave everything to your imagination.
Way back in 1984, Shake Rattle and Roll was the best anthology in Philippine history. Regal Films produced this series. The movie series from I to XV was more on supernatural beings, urban legend, cults, and demonic possession.
Shugo Fujii creates a labyrinthic narrative, with the back and forths in time that gradually reveal what is happening in the present forming the basis of the movie. And while the individual episodes may go a bit too far in terms of story writing, and the action scenes making evident the lack of a big budget, the whole thing comes together in a rather entertaining as much as extreme fashion, courtesy of his direction. In that regard, the comments about the ways the movie industry works are rather pointed, highlighting the struggles both actors face in order to get cast and filmmakers in order to fund their movie, elements that are presented as the reason the protagonists resort to crime. The reaction of the audience on what is happening on the stage presents another comment that criticizes the tendencies of the spectators in general, with the same applying to the reactions of the cast and crew in the end, who feel that even a short-lived success justifies any kind of torment they have to suffer. (Panos Kotzathanasis)
Movies that portray demonic possession have scarred many people for life. However, for those who are after a truly scary tale, you should check out Clarita. This movie is about the possession of Clarita Villanueva, whose story was reported both locally and worldwide.
Now is the perfect time to binge-watch your older, hard-to-find Shake, Rattle, and Roll films if you need your horror movie fix while staying at home. This one comes courtesy of Regal Entertainment for releasing some of its classic SRR films in light of the quarantine.