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
 
IMDB:
4.3
Year:
2014
90 min
33 Views

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Get down here!

Why are you shouting at me?!

I am not deaf!

There you go. All fixed!

Don't go too far, okay? Take care.

- Okay. Thank you.

- I'll just fix the lights.

Put this in place. Take care, okay?

Go ahead.

You're not deaf?! I've been calling you!

What is it, my king?

What do you need, my grace?

- Are you hungry?

- Belen, watch your mouth!

Do I need to wash your ass?!

Do you want me to feed you?!

Stop it!

Are you trying to fool me around?!

Ouch! Let me go!

- Let go of me!

- What are you trying to prove here?!

Mama! Mama!

Mama! Look!

- I can do it!

- Oh yes.

But I told you to go slow.

You might get scratched.

- Where's your dad?

- He's inside.

Fixing the lights.

Good.

Mr. Waldo and Ms. Belen are fighting again.

- Enough!

- I will kill you!

Go ahead. Hurry up.

You look filthy.

voices fighting'

He'll me!

Help!

Help!

He'll me!

Help!

Help me! Help!

- Mama! Mama!

- Please!

What's happening?!

It's Ms. Belen!

Stay there! Don't go down! Stay there!

What is it?!

- It's Belen and Waldo!

- What's happening?!

Belen! Oh My! Belen.

What happened to you?!

Don't worry. We'll take care of you.

- We'll ask for help.

- Belen!

Somebody help! Help us! Neighbors!

No please!

Please. Don't do this to Belen!

No!

Have pity!

No!

Please! No!

Ms. Belen?

Papa?

Mama?

Mama...

Papa...

Papa...

I'

'Mylene!

- Mylene! Mylene!

- Grandma!

- Mylene, what's happening?!

- Grandma!

- Papa! Papa!

- Mylene.

Stop. Stop. Stop crying-

You're just having a nightmare.

You're just dreaming.

I should've helped her.

I should've helped her.

I should've let her in!

It wouldn't have happened to mom and dad!

Don't cry. Don't cry. Don't cry.

Mama!

Papa!

Mylene.

Close your eyes.

Our Father, who art in heaven

hallowed be thy name.

Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done,

on earth as it is in heaven.

Give us this day our daily bread

and forgive us our trespasses

as we forgive those who trespass against us.

And lead us not into temptation,

but deliver us from evil. Amen.

Mylene, open your eyes.

Do you see nothing now?

They're gone!

I don't see them anymore!

You may not see them now, Mylene,

but there will come a time,

especially when you're

going through tough times,

your eyes will open once again.

And you will see more.

Not only ghosts, not only spirits.

The world will not always be as you see it.

And sometimes,

sometimes, you will get hurt.

But when those times come,

I want you to be strong,

be brave!

And always remember,

you should always do what is right.

Mylene...

Are you okay?

I just miss her.

I never told you

I see ghosts when I was a kid.

Really?

But grandma closed my third eye...

Right now,

I wish, even for just a while,

I could see them again.

I might see her again.

Maybe you're already late.

Old people say

the spirit of the dead goes to

heaven after forty days.

I feel so alone right now.

Hey.

I'm here.

You're all I have now, Jimmy.

Please promise me, you won't ever leave me.

Oh My. Ervic is so stubborn.

He let himself suffer of not seeing anything.

Ask your husband when does

he like to visit the clinic?

When he's already blind?

Wait. It's Jimmy. He's already outside.

- Thanks, doc.

- Thanks, Linda, bye.

Hello, Jimmy, where are you now?

Sorry, I won't be able to pick you up.

What?

I didn't bring a car today.

You said you're going to fetch me.

I'm really sorry. Boss just called me up.

I'm not sure what time will I finish.

Never mind, never mind.

I'll just take a cab. I'll see you at home.

Bye.

Bye.

I just don't want you calling me!

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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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