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8 Pinoy Horror Movies To Watch For Your Halloween Netflix Party

They'll make you scream (or laugh)!

It's almost the weekend and it's almost Halloween! You're probably hopping on a conference call with your friends or family tomorrow, so why don't you kick it up a notch by having a Netflix Party, too? ICYMI, there are a bunch of Pinoy horror films on the streaming site.


Let's be honest: Although a lot of them are pretty *scary*, sometimes there are scenes that to hit that "OMG I can't I'm going to scream" mark. That doesn't mean you won't grow to love them, though! It all depends on your fear ~tolerance~. Here, we prepped a list of films just for you: 

1. Pagpag: Nine Lives (2013) 

Netflix description: After ignoring superstitions, a group of teenagers find themselves in a fight for their lives when they are haunted—and hunted—by an evil spirit.

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Fun fact: Pagpag is a Filipino superstition that *requires* those who have been to a wake to "make a pitstop somewhere before going home." If they don't, spirits will follow them! 

2. Haunted Mansion (2015) 

Netflix description: On a school retreat at a haunted mansion, a student who can see evil spirits and her mischievous classmates learn that hunting for ghosts is not a game.

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Fun fact: Some of the actors had creepy experiences on set! Cast members "heard a little boy talking" and Janella Salvador said her mother and brother were inside a tent when they heard "an old man moaning outside." 

3. Spirit Of The Glass 2: The Hunted (2017)

Netflix description: When a trio of girls tinkers with an antique Ouija board, evil spirits use them to seek justice for a crime committed years prior.

Fun fact: The first movie came out in 1994, and just like the sequel, it was directed by Jose Javier Reyes

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4. Aurora (2018) 

Netflix description: A fatal shipwreck spurs an islander innkeeper and her sister to recover the missing victims' bodiesuntil the dead come seeking shelter themselves.

Fun fact: This thriller doesn't have any ~screaming parts~

5. Kuwaresma/The Entity (2019) 

Netflix description: When a man returns home to search for the reason behind the mysterious passing of his twin sister, he uncovers family secrets that nearly destroy him.

Fun fact: This is Sharon Cuneta's first horror movie. Director Erik Matti "convinced" the actress—who also happens to be a big horror genre fan—to star in the movie within 15 minutes

6. Sunod (2019)

Netflix description: As the medical expenses for her daughter stack up, a mother takes a demanding call center job where the building's sinister secrets begin to haunt her.

Fun fact: Lead actress Carmina Villaroel shared that they did certain rituals to prepare for shooting such as "putting ginger in their pockets" and "wearing something red."

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7. Eerie (2019)

Netflix description: When a student's suicide rattles an all-girls Catholic school, a clairvoyant guidance counselor leans on a ghost to uncover the convent's abusive past.

Fun fact: The horror film was part of many film festivals such as the 2019 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, Italy's Far East Film Festival, and the Singapore International Film Festival


8. Banal (2019) 

Netflix description: When a group of friends makes the trek to a sacred mountain on their summer break, sinister forces await.

Fun fact: Banal is inspired by true events! It is also the first movie where former love team Bianca Umali and Miguel Tanfelix played lead roles


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