Takbo Talon Tili!
Three big films in one!
"Mahiwagang Banga", "Ang Lalaki sa Salamin" and "Mga Laruan Nina Kiko, Tito at Toto."
Episode 1: Mahiwagang Banga Decapitated, murdered and buried in the jar, the witch doctor promised to come back and seek revenge. 100 years later, the jar arrived in a family who faces impending separation as the wife wishes to leave her husband. Every time the monster in the jar kills each member of the household, the decapitated body of the monster is fast recomposing.
Episode 2: Ang Lalaki sa Salamin Debora longingly believes that at midnight she will see the face of her future husband in a 100 year old mirror. Curious, she chants to a mirror and see Fidel. Fidel was cursed and trapped in the mirror by the witch whose daughter committed suicide because of Fidel's infidelity (or so it seems...). He can temporarily come out in the mirror if a girl who is honestly in love kisses him. The curse will only be lifted permanently if Fidel gives his life to someone for love. But the witch devices schemes to prevent this from happening.
Episode 3: Mga Laruan ni Kiko, Tito and Toto Kiko, Tito and Toto were trapped in the mall after it closed for the night. Here, Michelle, the mannequin, and Toy Guardians come alive. One of the Toy Guardians told Tito and Toto that they were guarding the magic clock that if it is turned to a wrong time, bad toys will come alive and will forever live if they are exposed to the sun. Upon hearing this by the Thief, who hid himself in the fridge at the appliance section to steal after the mall closed for the night, he took it upon himself to change the magic clock to the wrong time. Bad toys come alive and vow allegiance to the Thief. Through the initiative of the Thief, he plans to conquer the earth with the help of bad toys. Kiko, Tito, Toto, Michelle and the Toy Guardians will do everything to stop them.
Directed by Efren Jarlego
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