'90s kids, you'll be able to watch Magic Temple again real soon
Buto, kalansay, tabi-tabi po sa bangkay. Lulubog, lilitaw, sa saradong hukay!
(SPOT.ph) Any Filipino who's ever lived through the '90s should be familiar with the 1996 fantasy-adventure film Magic Temple. Directed by Peque Gallaga and Lore Reyes, the film was a hit with families across the country.
This December, fans will get the chance to chant "Buto, kalansay, tabi-tabi po sa bangkay. Lulubog, lilitaw, sa saradong hukay!" again.
The movie, along with other Filipino classic films, will be shown from December 7 to 14 at the Power Plant Mall, according to a Facebook post by ABS-CBN's Film Restoration division. They are part of the ABS-CBN Film Restoration Project's REELive the Classics initiative, which gives audiences the chance to watch classic Filipino films that have been digitally restored and re-mastered.
Aside from Magic Temple, these other movies will be screened in December: Bagong Buwan, Cain at Abel, Tatlong Taong Walang Diyo, Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon; Dekada '70, Insiang, Nagalit ang Buwan sa Haba ng Gabi, Tanging Yaman, Himala, and Haplos.
Regular tickets are priced at P230, while students can buy them at a discounted rate of P200.
For more information, log on to ABS-CBN Film Restoration's Facebook page