Here comes ‘The Bride’ in new horror film about bizarre wedding

A different kind of ever after is coming your way as Solar Pictures brings you “The Bride.”

This horror flick tells the story of a small town girl named Nastya. Newly married, her husband Ivan drives her to his hometown to meet his family. Upon their arrival, Nastya feels she made the wrong decision as strange people surround her and starts witnessing bizarre and terrible visions while Ivan’s family prepares her for a mysterious Slavic wedding ceremony.

More than the wedding preparations, can she stay alive the next few days?

A mix of shock and awed reactions on the movie trailer via YouTube made waves early this year. Vloggers Dex & Mike Movie Show commented, “[The trailer] is interesting and different,” and Korikon Nala also said, “[It’s] a good, creepy horror movie.”

Now showing across the Philippines, “The Bride” is released by Planeta Inform thru Solar Pictures and is rated PG (Parental Guidance) by the MTRCB. #TheBrideMovie #TheBrideSolarPictures

Sigrid Andrea Bernardo’s ‘Kíta Kita’ to have PH premiere at UP Cine Adarna on May 12

After competing at the Osaka Asian Film Festival, Sigrid Andrea Bernardo’s Kíta Kita finally comes home via its premiere night at UP Cine Adarna on May 12, 2017 from 8:30 PM to 11:00 PM.

This screening is made possible by Future Producers Society under the advisory of Babyruth Villarama (director of Sunday Beauty Queen). Starring Alessandra de Rossi and Empoy Marquez, the film is produced by Piolo Pascual, Joyce Bernal, Erickson Raymundo and Suzanne Shayne Sarte through Spring Films.

800 attendees are expected to join the event. Some of the main cast and crew of the film will entertain a short question-and-answer portion after the film screening.

Ticket is priced at 180 PHP (student price at 150 PHP). For more information, visit their Facebook page at

Lea (Alessandra de Rossi) and Tonyo (Empoy Marquez) are two Filipinos living in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. Lea is a Velo taxi tour guide. She suffers an accident which leads to her being affected by temporary blindness. Her blindness, if not cured in a few weeks, could become permanent. Tonyo is also a Filipino who lives right across from Lea. Lea tries her best to ignore him at first because she is scared of not seeing him. But Tonyo is persistent and is determined to be her friend, using humor and kindness to make a connection. With every effort that he makes the two gradually become closer. In an ironic way, becoming blind allows Lea to see the true character of Tonyo.

This story is about perception and about how sometimes we can’t see the real story behind a person. As Lea’s story ends, we will see Tonyo’s story begin.

Kíta Kita is written and directed by Sigrid Andrea Bernardo (“Ang Huling Cha-Cha ni Anita,” “Lorna”). It is currently slated for a July 2017 wide release through Viva Films.