OFFICIAL SELECTIONS PINOY FANTASMA KLASIKS
Filipino films were more than fantastical since the early 60s, mixing all genres in one movie. A dramatic scene might end up in an erotic situation or quickly turns into comedy with matching song number in sudden time-travelling sequence, transporting all characters in another exterior location for bigger dancing space. A long action sequence reaches dusk and the next sequence turns into horror with the whole barrio participating in hunting flying monsters! Spiritual scenes suddenly becomes fantastical - you name it, it did happen in the past! Perhaps audiences wanted to see more for the price of one.. So BAKUNAWA FEST picks its first three movies to be presented under this section! Prepare for the daring and controversial 'Silip' by Elwood Perez! See zombies bump into each other after Supergirl effortlessly avoids them! Move over Martian Manhunter, here comes Zuma - based on the popular Pinoy comic character! Fantasize meeting this green skinned creature with a double-headed snake as its scarf! Dare we say more?
SILIP (DAUGHTERS OF EVE)
(1985) Elwood Perez