There’s no denying it: we all have our favorites! And these teleseryes definitely need a rerun
REP’s second offering this season is The Dresser, starring Audie Gemora and Teroy Guzman. It’s brilliant—and that’s exactly why it isn’t for everyone
Based on the life of our first president, Miong shows a different side to Emilio Aguinaldo. Are we going to listen?
Despite still being on the production line, Mikhail Red’s Dead Kids is already getting hype. But what is it really about?
MMFF 2018 is not kidding around. We’ve got a slew of movies that range from sigh-inducing to the potentially awe-inspiring.
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
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
Street wear has been and continues to be one of the biggest segments of fashion. Right here at home, we call this hypebeast culture. But do we really know what it is?
Junyee’s life as an installation artist was not the easiest climb. And as Balag at Angud proves, it’s a story we can all relate to
More often than not, we wear clothes from Japan, eat food from Europe and watch movies from the United States.
The National Museum of Natural History recently opened and it’s getting a lot of hype. But are we ready for something of its caliber? And perhaps more importantly: Is it worth the visit?
We’re a country with a culture and economy that depends largely on foreign workers. But is the payoff worth it? Can’t they come home? Can you stay?
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