It’s the spooky season once again and that means it’s time to bust out the horror movies. To fully feel the ~vibe~ of this season, SM Cinemas brings back its Sine Sindak Horror Film Festival for its third year. Horror fans (and their terrified I-was-dragged-into-this-mess friends) can enjoy thrillers on the big screen from October 26 to November 1. Can you complete 7/7 movies this year?
Cast: Berant Zhu, Regina Lei, Ying-Ru Chen
In Taiwan, a pandemic transforms people into bloodthirsty maniacs, and a young couple fight through the madness to reunite before they get infected.
Cast: Adam Seybold, Liv Collins, Mark Gibson
A young woman becomes the target of online creeps and stalkers who managed to spy on her while she stays at a rental. Her brother discovers the broadcast and finds a way to rescue her from the predators.
Cast: Chloe Brooks, Ed Morrone, Edward Finlay
A team of crime scene cleaners gets trapped in a murder site by an ancient Nordic demon who toys with them through hallucinations and their personal fears. They must fight to escape before they are driven completely insane.
Slumber Party Massacre
Cast: Frances Sholto-Douglas, Hannah Gonera, Mila Rayne
This one is a twist-filled reimagining of the 1982 horror slasher where a slumber party goes wrong. An escaped serial killer wielding a power drill roams the neighborhood and crashes the party.
Speak No Evil
Cast: Fedja van Huêt, Karina Smulders, Morten Burian, Sidsel Siem Koch
This 2022 horror movie revolves around a Danish family visiting a Dutch family they met on a holiday. The weekend takes a turn for the worse when misunderstandings abound and a family is doomed to death.
Stay Out of the Attic
Cast: Bryce Fernelius, Morgan Alexandria, Ryan Francis
A group of ex-cons working as movers take up a creepy client living in an old Victorian mansion. They soon discover horrors — the client is a Nazi scientist who experiments on children.
Tigers Are Not Afraid
Cast: Juan Ramon Lopez, Nery Arredondo, Paola Lara
This Mexican crime-fantasy thriller follows a gang of orphaned street children given three magical wishes which eventually lead to a chain of tragic events. The story is set against the backdrop of Mexico’s devastating drug wars and even has the children running from the cartel that murdered their parents.
How to get tickets to Sine Sindak 3
You can purchase a single pass for P120 for each movie or make more bang for your buck with an Unlimited One-Day Pass for P250. Tickets are available at SM Tickets, via the SM Cinema App, or at SM Malls’ ticket booths. Pick a day and a date to go with you on this hair-raising adventure and good luck.