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The Aswang Chronicles ready for the Holiday.

KUBOT Cast. (Jun Sabayton, Ramon Bautista, Dingdong Dantes, Direk Erik Matti, Hannah Ledesma & Abra)
From Tiktik now its Kubot, that’s the continuation of The Aswang Chronicles still under the direction of Erik Matti produce by Reality Entertainment and Agosto Dos along with GMA Films, opens in theater nationwide in the Philippines on Dec 25, 2014 (Christmas Day), as one of the official entry of Metro Manila Film Festival.

Worth your time and money, Matti said on a press conference last Dec 11, 2014 at the Executive Lounge of GMA Network about his latest movie starring Dingdong Dantes, he guarantee the movie viewer this holiday season that his film is something fresh, and new to look for in terms of line up this year, and they are the new franchise to enter the filmfest. 

“Yung scene lang na kinakausap ni Ramon Bautista yung aswang na wag syang kainin, yun pa lang worth P200 na (ticket price)”. Matti said.

Kubot  will start where the Tiktik ended at a place called Pulupandan, and from there Macoy (Dantes) move to Manila and the Kubot followed him. Kubot in Philippine Folklore is a clan of long haired female aswangs married to the Tiktik. Kubot have the abilities to morphine their hair like tentacle and squeeze their victims.  


Playing the main Kubot si Elizabeth Oropesa, in which according to Matti is very much perfect for the role because of her Pinay exotic look and expressive eyes. He also point out that Jun Sabayton is someone to look forward in the movie due to his prowess in acting, along with Lotlot De Leon who’s role in the film is very much to her image on screen. 
 Other cast in Kubot are Isabelle Daza, Bogart the explorer, Julie Ann San Jose, rapper Abra, and from the original cast is Joey Marquez and Bautista.  But Matti insist that it is not a horror film, rather it’s a action adventure type of movie.  “Its story is worth to follow, maganda ang tahi ng kuwento, worth pam-pasko.” Matti said.

Setting of the film is shot mostly in unexplored part of Binondo in Manila, wherein a lot of special effects and action sequences will happen. Dantes also declare that his movie is something Filipino should be proud of, it’s something they have to see in theaters to know why.

Kubot is also an attraction in Enchanted Kingdom, a theme park in Sta.Rosa, Laguna. 



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