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"Eerie" Brings Bea Alonzo To Singapore's International Film Festival

Should you be afraid of Eerie's atmospheric frights and well-timed jumpscares? Sure. 

Should you be ready with a hand to hold when you watch it at the theater? Definitely. 

Should you be excited for Bea's top-notch performance? Heck yes. 

 

 

She's the next actress to successfully cross over from one film genre to another, proving that her acting chops are a force to contend with in Mikhail Red's newest flick, Eerie.

 

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Shedding her image as a free-spirited rom-com darling to take on the role of Patricia, a somber guidance counselor at a Catholic girls academy who must work with the restless dead to help solve a grisly crime, Bea convincingly draws us into her world of inexplicable horrors in this heart-racing cinematic treat. 

Starring alonside her are Philippine television icon Charo Santos-Concio who plays the academy's Mother Superior, Maxene Magalona who fulfills the role of a fellow nun, and Jake Cuenca who'll be an invaluable ally to the film's protagonists. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Recognizing Bea's feat is the Singapore International Film Festival where Eerie was previewed to an excited audience on December 3 at the Capitol Theater. (For those in Singapore at this time, you'll be able to catch a screening if you move quickly; tickets have almost run out!)

Most Filipinos, however, will have to wait until next year when Eerie is slated to hit local cinemas.

 

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The 31-year-old actress kicked off premier night activities by stepping onto the red carpet in a custom made black crystal, strappy Patty Ang number accessorized with ostrich feathers, while director Mikhail Red in a classic tux, Jake Cuenca in an ivory ensemble, and Charo Santos-Concio in timeless black and white got cameras flashing. 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Eerie is expected to be Mikhail Red's next big hit after 2016's Birdshot and 2017's Neomanila. 

The horror movie wil also be Bea's follow up to her Paul Soriano-directed love story, First Love, which depicted her as a quirky, outgoing beauty who changes the life of the man she gives her heart to. 

 

 

 

Photos from @starcinema @beaalonzo