Warning: Spoilers ahead! I cannot remember my life before Shake, Rattle & Roll . Since the first film came out in the 1984 Metro Manila Film Festival, Shake, Rattle & Roll has become one of the most important Filipino anthologies ever created. Over the course of its transformation, the franchise has not only reflected changes in Filipino filmmaking but also the sociopolitical conditions and culture-specific phobias that continue to haunt us. Now that Regal Entertainment has decided to reupload one Shake, Rattle, and Roll film every day until November 8 on their Youtube channel , I cannot help but look back on the franchise that shaped what it means to be afraid and to be brave. Here are five of my favorite episodes (in no particular order): ‘Tulay’ from Shake, Rattle, & Roll VI (1997) Directed by Frank G. Rivera, written by Tony Perez Around the time I first watched “Tulay” as a child, there were a series of kidnappings in our locality. Rumors about the missing children spread like wildfire: their organs sold off to a black market or sacrificed as part of a padugo to strengthen the foundation of a nearby construction site. In the hopes of protecting… Read full this story
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