HORROR THRILLER. In 'Eerie,' Bea Alonzo plays a clairvoyant guidance counselor at an all-girls Catholic school. Photo from Facebook.com/EerieFilm

MANILA, Philippines – Audiences across Asia should prepare for a good scare as Mikhail Red's Eerie is getting an Asia-wide release.

The horror thriller will be released in the following countries starting March 27: Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Taiwan, Indonesia, and the Philippines.

The director himself announced the news on his Facebook page with a video post, though he has yet to share more details on the release.

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This is not the first time the film will be available for international audiences. It had its world premiere at the Singapore International Film Festival in December 2018.

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Eerie stars Bea Alonzo who plays Pat, a clairvoyant counselor at an all-girls Catholic school that's been shaken by the unexpected death of a student. As Pat helps the students cope, she attempts to unfold the mysteries in the student's death by speaking to the ghost of a suicide victim.

The film also stars Charo Santos-Concio, Maxene Magalona, and Jake Cuenca. – Rappler.com



Source: Rappler

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