MTRCB Uncut on what horrifies every Juan and Juana

(The Freeman) - August 27, 2015 - 12:00am

CEBU, Philippines - Halfway to the closing of the so-called “Ghost Month,” the infotainment program of the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board titled MTRCB Uncut features this Sunday (August 30) the Filipino fascination with horror shows.

Join hosts and MTRCB board members Bobby Andrews and Jackie Aquino as they tackle the exciting yet terrifying feeling of watching ghosts, spirits, and other supernatural creatures on TV and motion pictures.

To give viewers an idea on how this genre is able to create a sense of fear, panic, alarm, and dread for the audience, MTRCB Uncut invites some of today’s acclaimed directors of horror films to the set. Joining them in the show is board member and lawyer Jojo Salomon, who, for his part, explains how this type of shows is being rated by MTRCB.

Also gracing this Sunday’s episode is veteran character actress Lilia Cuntapay. Dubbed as the “Queen of Philippine Horror Movies,” Lilia has already participated in numerous horror films but is most likely known for her debut role in the film franchise “Shake Rattle and Roll.”

Meanwhile, MTRCB Chairman Toto Villareal, in the segment “I-Share Mo Kay Chair,” personally answers questions sent to the agency. Chairman Toto discusses the lasting effects of horror movies on children as well as the rating process on festival films.

Under the direction of Joey Romero, MTRCB Uncut airs Sundays, 7 p.m. on Net 25. To get the latest updates about MTRCB, follow its official Twitter (@MTRCBgov) and Instagram (@mtrcbuncut) accounts. (PR)

ACIRC BOBBY ANDREWS AND JACKIE AQUINO CHAIRMAN TOTO CHAIRMAN TOTO VILLAREAL GHOST MONTH I-SHARE MO KAY CHAIR JOEY ROMERO JOJO SALOMON LILIA CUNTAPAY MOVIE AND TELEVISION REVIEW AND CLASSIFICATION BOARD MTRCB
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