Tag Archives: Phillippines

Review: Death Force (USA/Philippines 1978)

Cirio Santiago week! That was strangely classy for a Santiago movie. James Iglehart (Savage!) is strong as a Vietnam vet betrayed by his buddies and left to die on an island inhabited solely by Filipinos playing long lost Japanese WW2 … Continue reading

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CSB Interview with Richard V. Somes, Director of We Will Not Die Tonight – NYAFF 2018

Richard V. Somes’s film, We Will Not Die Tonight (Philippines 2018) has its World Premiere tonight, June 29, as part of the 17th New York Asian Film Festival.  The film stars Erich Gonzales as Kray, a down-on-her-luck stuntwoman who stumbles … Continue reading

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NYAFF 2017 Review:  Saving Sally (Phillippines 2016)

I really enjoyed Saving Sally, the passion project of director Avid Liongoren and screenwriter Charlene Sawit.  The film is bursting with creativity, the leads are sweet and likable, and the film has a lovely “Blues Clues meets Liquid Television” aesthetic … Continue reading

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