Third Eye

Synopsis: A young woman's supernatural ability to see ghosts is reawakened following the death of her mother. As she adjusts to her new, deathly surroundings, she and her loved ones become the target of some ill-meaning individuals.
Genre: Horror
90 min

Especially at this time!

Fine. Tomorrow.

I'll take care of it.

Come on!

I'll see you tomorrow.

I said yes.

Okay. Okay.

You're naughty!

I promise myself I won't attend to that reunion

'til I lose thirty pounds!

I thought you already moved on?

I thought you're so over Lloyd.

I want him to choke on regretting

when he sees how sexy I am!

All these hassles for a cheater like him?!

Let me do my thing, girl.

Oh My. That guy is so slow!

Are you okay?

Yes, I'm okay.

You look like you've seen a ghost.

Have you asked Randy?

About Aunt Agnes' birthday.


Do you want to buy gift

after dinner tomorrow?


Okay, good night.


Can you open this?

- Is Mylene here?

- She's inside.

Are you sure you really don't want coffee?

No, thanks. My heart might palpitate.

I thought you're going straight to aunt Agnes.

We finished early at the seminar

that's why I went straight here instead and

I really need to tell you something.

Where's Jimmy?

He's upstairs. Why do you ask?

You said you really wanted

to talk to me about something.

I need you to hear this sitting down.

Mylene, I don't know what I saw but

I was in Quezon City last week,

Please don't put me into this situation!

It'll look like it's my fault!

I'll call you back.

- Are you hungry?

- Yes.

I'm not sure what I saw.

She could be a friend,

a relative or a long lost friend.

But I feel like it's my duty

to tell you as my friend.

These past few weeks,

he's been out with somebody I don't know.

Sometimes, I see him talking to his phone.

And he doesn't want me to hear it.

He's been hiding a lot of things from me lately.

Do you think Jimmy is cheating on you?

You said the woman's pregnant?


Look, Mylene,

It's not a reason that you can't give him

a child for him to cheat on you.

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Aloy Adlawan

Aloy Adlawan (also credited as Alfred Aloysius L. Adlawan), a chemical engineer by profession, is a multi-awarded Filipino filmmaker- writer, producer, director, composer. He attended filmmaking courses at the Mowelfund Film Institute in the Philippines and the New York Film Academy in New York City. His award-winning works include the screenplays “Ang Babae sa Burol” (2nd place, Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, 1994), “Ang Mga Ibon sa Dapithapon” (1st place, Film Development Foundation Scriptwriting Contest, 1995), and “Padyak” (3rd place, Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, 2008); the short film “Si Lolo Tasyo at ang Araw” (3rd place, Gawad CCP for Alternative Film and Video, 1997), among others. In 2005, he is among the finalists of the first Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival with his film Room Boy (as writer, producer, director) where Meryll Soriano won Best Actress. His horror film Ouija (writer) is 2007’s biggest horror blockbuster, is awarded PinakaPasadong Dulang Pampeplikula at the 10th Pasado Gawad Sining Sine by the Pampelikulang Samahan ng mga Dalubguro and was nominated for Best Screenplay in various award-giving bodies. His film Signos (writer, producer, director) was awarded the Best Foreign Film at the 2007 Lone Star International Film Festival in Fort Worth, Texas, was given an Award of Excellence at the 2007 Accolade Film Competition in California, received the Bronze Foreign Film Award at The International Filmmaker Festival in U.K, and won Best International Thriller at the 2008 New York International Independent Film and Video Festival. He recently won a National Commission on Culture and the Arts grant to his film Padyak under his own company Breaking.The.Box Productions. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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