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Brave your fears with exclusive films

This March, SM Cinema dares you to #BraveYourFears with their exciting and exclusive movie line-up. Grab your friends and conquer your fears of the paranormal, of psychological terror, and even your fear of commitment with SM Cinema’s stellar films this month.

Magbuwag Ta Kay 

Magbuwag Ta Kay or mag-break na tayo in Filipino is a fresh take on the daunting and blissful ride of love. This all-Cebuano romcom proudly represents the Queen City of the South and asks about the limits of love through a simple question: How can a person prepare for a break-up? Catch the untold story of the Cebu’s Hugot King’s (Roy Ucat) love life as it hits the big screen.

Devil’s Gate

If small towns with secrets give you chills, then get ready to unravel the mystery of Devil’s Gate. Follow the investigation of an FBI agent who arrives at the isolated town of Devil’s Gate, North Dakota to examine the disappearance of a local woman and her young son. As they track down the missing woman’s husband, they discover that this small town hides more terrifying abominations than they bargained for. 

Unsane (March 21)

If stalkers and mental institutions give you the creeps, then Unsane will surely test your nerves. A young woman visits a psychiatrist as she believes her stalker has returned – but the real terror begins when she is suddenly and involuntarily committed to a mental institution. Drugged and isolated, she starts to question whether her fears are real or all a delusion. Catch Unsane on March 21.

Topics: SM , Cinema , dares , #BraveYourFears
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