Not Another Horror-Gory Film Fanatic

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Not Another Horror-Gory Film Fanatic; photo credits: sodahead.com

I am into one of those moods again where I just I want to sit, munch on something, and watch a movie. I watched John Carpenter‘s ‘The Ward‘ yesterday afternoon. It’s a suspense-horror movie with a twist towards the end.

These days I find it very convenient to browse free movies through the internet–you can either download it or watch it online. I watched ‘The Ward’ through movie2k.com. By the way, movie2k.com has a wide library of movies and the best thing about this site is that it’s free.

Anyway, it’s somehow weird that if I am going to list down all the movies I watched then and now, I guess I could say that I am so indulged with stomach churning and unearthly kind of thing type of movies. Having said this, I think I already have gotten used to eerie and ghastly stuff as far as my choice of movies is concerned.

What sort of movies do I watch? Well, I do like sweet, romantic, ‘love story’ movies. Besides, love makes the world go round and love stories are the kind of movie themes that you and I can relate to. Don’t miss out the ‘drama’ too. Stories of heartaches and failures are part of anyone’s life. A bit of tears won’t hurt us while watching movies like this–I had a share of moments where tears of mine were helplessly dripping down my cheeks. You could say that I got heavily engrossed into the dramatic scenes. ‘Action-packed’ and adventure movies are great genre as well–guns, grenades, fist-fighting, and police chases are always part of every action movies and the typical hero-villain thing in movies. And of course, the kind of movies which I am engrossed to watching are those that send chills into the spine…wahahaha (witch’s laugh)

Not for the faint hearted! If you can’t stand being scared or if you’re the type who’d faint at the sight of blood, then I recommend you not to watch the type of movies I included in my slideshow below that shows the movies I’ve seen in the past 12 months. I am in no way encouraging you to sit and watch these movies, just suggesting. But, if you have similar interests like mine in movies with this kind of genre, then go ahead and watch it.

Eerie and Ghastly Warning! not suitable for you if you have weak stomach–gory films can churn your stomach inside out. Anyway, I am still going to share these movies, if you want to watch. I also included the not-so good ones which I’ve watched but I am not going to name it. By the way, I’ll just include the most recent movies I watched for the past 12 months because I already couldn’t recall all of it.

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Vice Ganda takes the lead role as Praybeyt Benjamin

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Vice Ganda

It’s undeniable that Vice Ganda is reaping all the good stuff out of his career—endorsements, TV hosting, and movie projects. Now, another opportunity on the silver screen has come his way.

Vice Ganda is back on the wide screen as he delivers another funny antics in his latest upcoming movie entitled Praybeyt Benjamin directed by Wenn Deramas under Star Cinema and Viva Films.

Praybeyt Benjamin is totally different from his last movie Petrang Kabayo. His character in Praybeyt Benjamin undergoes training in a military camp in his quest to prove that he’s a real man to his grandfather when in fact he is totally gay.

Alongside with him in this funny comedy film Praybeyt Benjamin are Derek Ramsay, Dennis Padilla, Jimmy Santos, Nikki Valdez, Kian Cipriano, Malou de Guzman Vandolph Quizon, and veteran actor Eddie Garcia.

In a recent press conference held at Dolphy Theater in ABS-CBN, Vice Ganda said, “Sobrang pasasalamat ko sa Diyos sa hindi natatapos na biyaya sa akin.”

“Ang gaan-gaan. Yung grupo namin eh para kaming magbabarkada at hindi mo ramdam yung pagod.”

Vice further added, “I assure you that you will come out of the theater laughing your way home after seeing the movie,”

“Ang hindi sumakit ang tiyan sa katatawa, bibigyan ko ng deadly horse kick,” said Vice Ganda.

Praybeyt Benjamin is a sure hit to movie fans as it graces the big screen on October 12, 2011 in movie theatres nationwide.