The biggest horror film this season! GMA films proudly present “The Road,” a whole new level of horror where there is no room for cliché’s and predictable outcomes, but only for a mind-boggling and hair-raising thrill ride. In the powerhouse cast are Carmina Villaroel, Marvin Agustin, Rhian Ramos, Tj Trinidad, Barbie Forteza, , Ynna Asistio, Derrick Monasterio, Lexi Fernandez, Renz Valerio, Alden Richards and Louise Delos Reyes.
THE ROAD is a story about a twelve-year-old cold case, which is reopened when three teens go missing in an abandoned road. In the course of the investigation, they found out there is deeper and gruesome past of the road that spans two decades- history of abduction, crimes and murders. Passing through the road is hair-raising. Anyone who tries to pass through “The Road” can be sure that you are not alone. A vengeful ghost who makes sure no one leaves the road- alive!
“The Road” is being helmed by director Yam Laranas who is known for an unorthodox brand of film-making and the director behind the Pinoy horror movie Sigaw (The Echo).The movie will emerge as a fresh new approach to horror.
“This is not an ordinary horror film. You will not just look for the cast, the special effects, or whatever na matatakot ka, It’s the STORY! Something na mapag-iissip ka every scenes. Actually, you can’t really predict the story. There are three parts on this movie and you will find out how these three stories are being connected to each other. It’s really a mind-boggling film”, Laranas said.
Laranas also shared that he was fortunate to have young-talented cast who are easy to work, well-discipline and had passionate on this project.
Aside from superb cinematography and unique storyline, The Road also boasts of hautingful beautiful musical score created by Swedish composer JohanSoderqvist who received international recognitions for his score in the 2009 horror-thriller, Let the Right One In.
The film also stars John Regala, Lloyd Samartino, Gerald Madrid, Allan Paule, Dex Quindoza, Ana Abad Santos, and Ms. Jackyln Jose.
Pinoy Manila wants to say that “ The Road” is definitely a must-see movie this year.It’s an incredibly horror film with unique storyline that leaves a new approach to Pinoy horror.
“The Road” will surely shake the big screen as it hits over 100 theaters nationwide on November 30, 2011.
“A beautifully shot, twisted supernatural tale with incredible effects and great scares!”
Brad Miska, Editor-In-Chief Bloody Disgusting
“Stunning cinematography and sound design combine to create a truly unsettling atmosphere.”
Todd Brown, Editor-In-Chief Twitch Film
“Creepy to the extreme. It gets under your skin and stays there. ”
Jason Bene, KillerFilm.com