How come people who go there are never seen again? Does the villa "eat" people alive? The movie tells the story of Ana who has always been having nightmares about certain people getting ...
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How come people who go there are never seen again? Does the villa "eat" people alive? The movie tells the story of Ana who has always been having nightmares about certain people getting killed of Madre Na Aswang. Things become scarier when her ex-boyfriend brings her to Villa Estrella where she meets a girl named Gisele who seems to be very familiar to her.Written by
Well, I am not really fond of watching Filipino movies but since its a movie from Star Cinema, I decided to check the movie.
The movie has a decent plot but I do not consider it original for it was somehow patterned to the Skeleton Key (a Jennifer Hudson starred Horror/ Thriller flick on 2005).
For me, the movie was a bit disappointing.
It could have been better if they made it a bit more simpler and convincing.
At first, I liked Maja Salvador's acting for she was effective on her portrayal, but when she appeared as monster like sea creature with super powers like a gruesome slimy Alien, the movie began to suck.
Like come on, its acceptable to see Maja as a ghost hunting on the pool but I wonder why she has to have that power that's so unbelievable.
I believe the Director did it for he wanted to make a good twist and to create more thrills.
But I guess he failed and made the movie a bit ridiculous.
5 out of 10 for me..
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