Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is coming on fast. But are we ready for it? Here’s the quick refresher you need before the movie premieres.
Striking a balance between appropriateness and representation in entertainment is not an easy feat. So how did Billie & Emma do?
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina gives the teenage witch a 2018 makeover with Netflix finally getting the dark mood right
Looking into this QCinema 2018’s lineup Since its inception, the QCinema International Film Festival has been a two-edged sword that’s efficiently and effectively strengthened local and international film presence in the Philippine setting. QCinema 2018, however, is not just following the
Contrary to what you may think, there’s a real reason why we love horror — it isn’t just about violent tendencies.
The world of entertainment is vast and virtually endless. There’s space for every genre, every language and every kink. So here, we list down some kinky movies you might want to enjoy in your private time.
Exes Baggage throws a one-two punch that will knock you out For very good reason, ex-real-life-lovers Angelica Panganiban and Carlo Aquino are everywhere recently. Sure, it’s mostly to promote their current project, Exes Baggage, but it’s also given every early-2000s fangirl/boy
Luca Gaudagnino’s new supernatural horror, Suspiria, gives Dakota Johnson an oddly refreshing makeover. And we can’t help but say: Anastasia Steele who?
With weeks’ worth of promotional efforts and only a few more days until the premiere of GOYO: Ang Batang Heneral, is the ticket worth the buy? Is the movie worth the three hours?
Everybody’s favorite Kevin Kwan novel is now everyone’s favorite film. And this is why everyone’s going crazy over Crazy Rich Asians.
Your favorite squad from the Hundred Acre Wood is back While reading out these names one by one—Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga, Roo, Tigger, Owl—did a specific episode or a scene pop up in your head? Or maybe you immediately
Indie movies are growing in number by the year, but where do we, as film-watchers, first dip our feet?
Angie Thomas's best seller, The Hate U Give, is being released into a movie later this year. It's a story of loss, racism, growing up we can all release to and should see.
Would you brave the streets or triple-lock your doors? It’s taken us five years and four movies to make it to the beginning. Aptly released on the 4th of July, The First Purge, the most recent addition to the dystopian-horror franchise
Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl smash gender norms to smithereens in the long-awaited sequel
Not only is Lav Diaz’s Ang Panahon Ng Halimaw 4-hours long, but it’s an uncomfortable ride all throughout—and every Filipino needs to strap in for the ride.
Lav Diaz’ four-hour monochrome “rock opera” is set in 1970s Philippines at the height of Martial Law. Debuting in the Berlin International Film Festival earlier this year to generous reviews, the movie is getting a lot of international love. Pero