WATCH: Solenn Heussaff shows teaser of new horror series in honor of Peque Gallaga
With the new normal comes new terrifying possibilities for the world of horror.
The new series “Quarantina Gothika”, starring actresses Solenn Heussaff, G Töngi and Michelle Gallaga, is about three women’s lives during the quarantine period. The project is a tribute to the “Master of Horror,” director Peque Gallaga and will be available for viewing at the Remembering Peque Gallaga’s Facebook page on Aug. 1, 7 p.m.
In anticipation of the horror series, Heussaff showed its thrilling teaser via Instagram yesterday, July 20.
“[Self-shot] from home in this new normal,” she said. “Three women under lockdown… and in peril.”
“Quarantina Gothika” was shot entirely through the teleconferencing app Zoom, as per Remembering Peque Gallaga’s Facebook page on the same day.
The first episode titled “Hello Mom” features Peque’s daughter Michelle and his granddaughter Sophia. Töngi stars in episode two, “In House”, while the third episode “Solitaire” has Heusaff as its lead. Each episode is directed by Lore Reyes, Christian Acuña and Jo Macasa, respectively.
Trailer of the movie shot entirely through Zoom. Three women under lockdown…and in peril.Descend into Quarantina Gothika.Digital release on August 1, 7PM here at the Remembering Peque Gallaga page. Episode 1"Hello Mom"Starring: Michelle Gallaga and Sophia GallagaDirector: Lore ReyesStory and Screenplay: Jo MacasaDirector of Photography: Ned AscherProduction Designer: Vigo GallagaEpisode 2"In House"Starring: G TongiDirector: Christian AcuñaStory and Screenplay: Vicente Garcia GroyonDirector of Photography: Aldrin SamsonProduction Designer: Minerva VierEpisode 3"Solitaire"Starring: Solenn HeussaffDirector: Jo MacasaStory and Screenplay: Wanggo GallagaDirector of Photography: Solenn Heussaff Production Designer: Solenn HeussaffEditor/Sound Designer: Cedric ReginoMusic: Emerzon TexonColorist/VFX: Richard FranciaTrailer Credits:Central Digital LabProducer: Manet DayritSupervising Editor: She-Lopez FranciaTrailer Editor: Iris Trinidad
Posted by Remembering Peque Gallaga on Sunday, July 19, 2020
Director Gallaga passed away at the age of 72 on May 7. He died from cardiopulmonary arrest at a hospital in Bacolod City, according to his wife.
The legendary director was behind numerous blockbuster horror movies such as the first four installments of “Shake, Rattle & Roll”. He also directed the critically acclaimed period drama “Oro, Plata, Mata” among other classics of Philippine cinema. JB
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