If you find the idea of a zombie invasion absurd, wait until you feast your eyes on the newest, most-awaited, and one-of-a-kind movie this generation.
Award-winning local film-makers behind the critically-acclaimed movies Magnifico, Anak, Endo and Ang Pagdadalaga ni Maximo Oliveros came out with what could possibly be an epic scare into one hilarious movie.
Director-Writer Jade Castro, Producer-Writer Raymond Lee, and Writer Michiko Yamamoto once again took a stab at a new film genre which gave birth to Zombadings 1: Patayin sa Shokot si Remington. “(This is) a coming of age story; a coming together of friends and family story and a coming of Zombadings story,” explains Castro.
Young Arnold Herrera woke up one morning with a slight sniffle, but since the Spelling Bee was that day (and he was the three time returning Spelling Bee Second Place Champion Runner-Up of Bridlemile Elementary School), Arnold refused to stay home sick. Today… it was simply too important.
Let me tell you that the truth we all come to know is not absolute, for scientific studies are methodical. They are based on what is controlled and what is manipulated. Scientific studies are done by man, and these men are but influenced by the environment that he/she lives in…society. These men bridge the knowledge of how things come to be. But all men are simply men, controlled by society. Scientists persist on making their claims verifiable, but the thing is they need to control what is or what is not needed in their studies to make their claims true.
“If you are depressed you are living in the past.
If you are anxious you are living in the future.
If you are at peace you are living in the present.”—Lao Tzu (via talkwiththedead, maluna) (via fuckyeahexistentialism)