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From the producers of the Shake Rattle and Roll series, Haunted Mansion continues the scare in Christmas Day.  This is one of the the horror romance film entry in the 2015 MMFF. 120 more words

Jerome Ponce, Janella Salvador at Marlo Mortel, p'wede nang tawaging box-office stars

TUWANG-TUWA ANG mag-inang Roselle at Mother Lily Monteverde sa resulta sa takilya ng “Haunted Mansion” at mukhang bibigyan nila ng bonus ang cast, huh!
Masayang-masaya naman ang tatlong bagets na sina Marlo Mortel, Jerome Ponce, at Janella Salvador na kahit first movie nila ang…
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Movie: Haunted Mansion

Ella is a girl who can see dead people–a fact that does not go unnoticed by the ghosts of a retreat house where Ella and her classmates have to spend a weekend reflecting on their lives. 811 more words


HAUNTED MANSION (Jun Lana, 2015)

My notes on Haunted Mansion:

1. I could have easily written the first fifteen minutes of this movie. It involved a kid searching a (spoiler alert!!) haunted mansion saying different variations of the word “mom”. 554 more words


Mother Lily Monteverde, happy sa box-office result ng “Haunted Mansion”; Janella Salvador, balik-teleserye sa 2016 katambal si Elmo Magalona

HAPPY SI Mother Lily Monteverde sa resulta sa box-office ng MMFF 2015 entry ng Regal Films na “Haunted Mansion” dahil for the last three days of the festival ay consistent na nasa Top 3 ang pelikula ng mga bagets na sina Janella Salvador, Marlo Mortel, at Jerome Ponce. 7 more words


Janella Salvador, ka-date si Jerome Ponce sa midnight screening ng “Haunted Mansion”

FIRST IN Philippine Movie History dahil sa kauna-unahang pagkakataon ay nagkaroon ng “midnight ccreening” ang pelikulang “Haunted Mansion” na entry ng Regal Films para sa MMFF 2015. 21 more words


Haunted Mansion: Movie Review

It has become a tradition for my brother, my sister and law (even when she wasn’t my sis in law yet) and I to patronize local films yearly especially during the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) where on Christmas day, theaters take a break from foreign films and show purely Pinoy movies in support of the local film industry. 578 more words