6 eager contestants enter a pinoy horror-reality show to survive till daybreak of horror inside the famous Laperal White House in Baguio City. A million pesos is at stake but as the first night draws to a close and each one is being found dead, everyone realizes their lives are also on the line. It is up to spirit medium Jet (Gabby Concepcion) to find out what exactly is going on and who is the real enemy among he many ghosts that haunt the place, which includes a powerful Black Lady who abducted the soul of Jet’s only daughter. A chance of a lifeline with no lifelines… who will survive in the end?
Evan H (jp) wrote: I really adored this movie. It's underrated and deserves more! I loved Catherine Frot in the main role she brought together the movie with her fine acting skills. This movie really touches your heart and feels like a true escape from reality.
Danielle L (gb) wrote: I loved everything until the very end of the film, where just like every other of its kind... it is the females fault. The woman is the only one that reaps the heart ache and the consequences... always to blame.
PJ M (mx) wrote: Watch it and read the book!!
Man G (au) wrote: take an old friend's advice
Branden W (ca) wrote: It wouldn't be surprising to hear that the creators of the Paranormal Activity franchise watched this for inspiration, if not for the idea in itself.
Max M (br) wrote: Director Howard Hawks managed to successfully make films in just about every genre in cinema as well as leave his personal stamp on them.Land of the Pharaohs is Hawks' attempt at a Cecil B. DeMille type historical epic spectacle along with his one and only foray into the widescreen process (a format which he didn't care for), and despite for an over-all sense of campiness, he succeeds rather well.All the hallmarks of Hawks' cinema are here - male camaraderie, tough-minded women, and locations that test the physicality of the characters. Hawks and one of his writers, novelist William Faulkner, hadn't any clue what a Pharaoh was supposed to talk like, so the results, as I stated before, can get a bit silly. But what really makes this picture interesting is the attention to detail in the mechanics of building a pyramid, a facet of the story that truly interested Hawks.Unfortunately the picture did very poorly at the box office and Hawks took a four year break from directing, spending time touring through Europe. The time off was not in vain however - his next picture was the great Rio Bravo.
Karthikeyan D (gb) wrote: No story, failed to depict the darkness and the journey through the darkness to the world of pleasure. I havent read the books, but the movie seems have thrown it without all away quite pointlessly, may be expecting everyone will come to see the movie anyway, based on the popularity of the book ?
Alisa D (ag) wrote: good, a lot of action.
Shawn G (it) wrote: A great cast somehow all agreed to do this horrible movie.