Shake Rattle & Roll 9
What happens if you got lost in a forest and find yourself turning into an ENGKANTO?
Or if you just got home and you witness your family being eaten alive by a blood hungry Christmas Tree or better yet if you can't wake up on Christmas day because of Bangungot?
Shake Rattle & Roll 9 features three nerve shattering stories with only one mission: to make the audience creams to their lungs.
EPISODE 1: Christmas Tree. Unveils the bone- rattling story of a family who spends a Christmas break at their grandmothers house after recovering from a painful tragedy.
As they happily celebrate their warm Christmas reunion, the eerie looking Christmas tree from their living room unblingkingly watches them with its blood hungry eyes waiting for the right timing to turn each family member into its grand Christmas feast!
EPISODE 2: Bangungot. Bangungot spins a daudling suspense thriller about unrequited love.
Young and beautiful Marionne (Roxanne Guinoo) is helplessly in love with the ultra serious Jerome (Dennis Trillo) who is already engaged to Florence (Pauleen Luna).
As Marionne decides to confront Jerome, a red cloaked phantom horrendously traps them both into a twilight zone nightmare that leads to an unexpected fatal twists.
EPISODE 3: Engkanto. Engkanto grips as into the uncanny fate of teenage gothic band for a gig in a remote province but unfortunately finds themselves lost in the forest and inevitably takes refuge in an abandoned resort.
Unknown to them, they have trespassed into the territory of the slummingly tempting Engkanto (Katrina Halili) who has menacingly bound them into an inescapable deathly spell.
Truly Shake Rattle & Roll will never be deposed on its throne as the best and longest running horror Movie series in the Philippines.
Eye poppingly filled with astounding visual effects.
Shake Rattle & Roll 9 continues to challenge the notion of Pinoy horror and takes the frighteningly macabre and grotesque to a whole new level.
Directed by Paul Daza & Topel Lee
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