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Eerie (2018)

Horror | 101 minutes
2,09 32 votes

Genre: Horror / Drama

Duration: 101 minuten

Country: Philippines / Singapore

Directed by: Mikhail Red

Stars: Bea Alonzo, Charo Santos-Concio and Jake Cuenca

IMDb score: 4,7 (2.836)

Releasedate: 3 December 2018


Eerie plot

A student's suicide causes a stir at a Catholic girls' school. Her death was totally unexpected and horrific. Then, with the help of a ghost, a clairvoyant dean reveals the school's dark past.

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avatar van Onderhond


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  • 12119 votes

Typical Asian horror.

Ghosts with problems. It's not really scary anymore, but the film seems to realize that. That is why the atmosphere is played more clearly, with the fine cinematography standing out positively. The horror itself is rather perfunctory, you don't have to look for that in any case.

The plot that unfolds is also not exactly original, but you don't have to expect that from a typical genre film. This Eerie is clearly not concerned with reinventing the genre, but with putting Philippine cinema extra on the map, on the back of a niche that has already proven its popularity.

Red isn't doing too bad in the end. The film looks very nice, the story manages to captivate just enough and the acting does not disappoint either. As long as you don't expect too much from this movie, it's all very good. Nice filler, especially when the backlog of Asian horror films threatens to dry up.


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lang pee

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  • 875 votes

Imbd 4.7, liked 58 percent on google, moviemeter 2.1, on allocine 1.8 out of 5,

I'd be the one to give points on the movie meter for the missed ones, but what can I do when I see so many bad movies, and apparently I'm not the only one who doesn't like it. There are certainly good Asian films and horrors, just look at the many good South Korean films and series, but this was just a bad film that did not interest me for a moment...

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