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Shake, Rattle & Roll VII
Directed by Uro dela Cruz (Poso), Rico Maria Ilarde (Aquarium), Richard Somes (Lihim ng San Joaquin)
Produced by Dondon and Roselle Monteverde
Starring Ai Ai delas Alas
Tanya Garcia
Ogie Alcasid
Gloria Romero
Mark Anthony Fernandez
Ara Mina
Yasmien Kurdi
Rainier Castillo
Music by Von de Guzman
Cinematography Nap Javier, Louie Quirino
Edited by Dave Hukom
Distributed by Regal Films
Release date(s) December 25, 2005
Running time 125 minutes
Language Tagalog

Shake, Rattle & Roll VII is a 2005 horror film released in the Philippines. This is the seventh installment from its series Shake, Rattle & Roll. It is also an official entry in 31st Metro Manila Film Festival.

Synopsis[edit]

Poso[edit]

A fake occultist (Ai Ai delas Alas) who retires from the business of communicating with the dead when her last job goes terribly wrong. But when a wealthy client (Miss Gloria Romero) promises Ai Ai a huge fee to contact Gloria’s dead grandson (Marco Alcaraz), the comedy queen can’t refuse. Together with her assistants-in-crime (Rainier Castillo, Janine Desiderio, and Biboy Ramirez), they take on this last job, only to realize that they may not live to see another day. Yasmien Kurdi also stars as Gloria Romero’s nurse-slave.

Aquarium'[edit]

A family which has just moved into a new condo unit is terrorized by a creature lurking in an aquarium left behind by the previous tenants. “Bubble Gang’s” Ogie Alcasid & Ara Mina play the husband & wife whose cozy condo is turned into a domicile of doom by the creature. Child actor Paul Salas plays their son, who unleashes the evil in the fish tank. Sexy comedienne Wilma Doesnt plays the perky domestic helper, while Reggie Curley is the handsome plumber who becomes one of the aquarium’s first victims.

Lihim ng San Joaquin[edit]

The residents of a sleepy rural town are alarmed when an attractive woman (Elizabeth Oropesa) turns up one day, attracting all the town’s hot-blooded males. When the men are brutally murdered one by one, the townspeople begin to suspect their new neighbor of being the granddaughter of a famous manananggal from the 1940s. “Lihim ng San Joaquin” stars comebacking stars Mark Anthony Fernandez and Tanya Garcia as a newly-wed couple whose bliss is quickly transformed into bloodcurdling horror.

Cast[edit]

Poso[edit]

Aquarium[edit]

Lihim ng San Joaquin[edit]

Awards[edit]

Year Award-Giving Body Category Recipient Result
2005 Metro Manila Film Festival [1] Best Child Performer Paul Salas Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Metro Manila Film Festival:2005". IMDB. Retrieved 2014-04-09.

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