SUKOB Sandy is busy preparing for her wedding when she learns what happened to her friend, Helen. A short time after Helen's father dies, Helen proceeds with her wedding. She did not believe in the curse of sukob--- that misfortune would follow you if your wedding falls on the same year that a family member died or one of your siblings got married. Soon after the wedding, Helen and her loved ones meet accidents. Their bodies have never been recovered. Sandy proceeds with her own wedding. During the ceremony, she starts seeing glimpse of a ghostly flower girl. Then her loved ones meet accidents, but their bodies could not be found. She learns that she is cursed by the sukob just like Helen. But no one in her family has just died, and her siblings has been married years ago. In search of an end to the curse. Sandy discovers a dark family secret, and she might not be able to give what the sukob is asking her to sacrifice. Directed by Chito Rono. FENG SHUI Joy and her family have just moved into a new home, in a sparsely populated village. For them, it is a new time for new beginnings- a new chance and a new hope. But what fortune awaits them.. and woe the tragedies to follow. On what should be the most unfortunate day of her life, Joy picks up a package left by a stranger in a bus. It is called ba-gua (feng-shui mirror) an item that drives bad-luck away. Joy could not refuse the luck that continues to come her way until everything appears too good to be true. Unexplained events disturb her family's peace. People start to die as well, having been advised by the geomancer to simply say no to the next form of luck, all Joy could do now is wait. But what painful decision awaits her? Will Joy prevail or be consumed by the curse of the bagua mirror? Directed by Chito Rono.
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