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Bacao Movie

Bacao Movie Review

Bacao is a 2018 Filipino horror film directed by Edgardo Vinarao and starring Michelle Madrigal, Arnold Reyes, Alvin Anson, and Marife Necesito. The film tells the story of Mayet, a young wife who is desperate to have a child, but suffers from infertility. She seeks the help of a faith healer, who gives her a mysterious potion made from corn. However, the potion has a sinister side effect that leads Mayet to a dark and dangerous path.


The film is based on a Filipino folklore about bacao, a mythical creature that lives in cornfields and feeds on human blood. The film explores the themes of obsession, superstition, and sacrifice, as well as the social pressure that women face to bear children. The film also showcases the rich culture and traditions of the Filipino countryside, such as the harvest festival and the rituals of healing.

The film received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. Some praised the film for its originality, suspense, and cinematography, while others criticized the film for its slow pace, weak script, and lack of scares. The film was also compared to other horror films that deal with pregnancy and fertility, such as Rosemary's Baby, The Omen, and The Wicker Man.

If you are looking for a different and intriguing horror film from the Philippines, you might want to check out Bacao. You can find more information about the film on [Letterboxd], [The A.V. Club], or [IMDb].

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