Gear up for some Pinoy indie movie scares at just P150 starting this weekend
You might want to bring someone you want to cuddle. Hint, hint.
(SPOT.ph) Who says Pinoy horror films aren't scary? These indie flicks beg to differ, and you can catch them for only P150 starting this weekend!
Gear up for your Halloween movie marathon, and head to Cinema '76 Film Society starting today, October 21. They'll be screening Mike Alcazaren's Puti, Perci Intalan's Dementia, and Christian Jeffrey Hidalgo and Roy Sevilla Ho's Silong all throughout the week until October 27.
The micro-cinema allows for walk-ins, but it's best to make a ticket reservation online (you can pay once you're at the venue). They'll also continue to screen Patintero: Ang Alamat ni Meng Patalo and Cinemalaya 2016 winner Pamilya Ordinaryo throughout the week, in case you need to take a horror breather.
For the complete schedule and more information, log on to Cinema '76 Film Society's Facebook page.