How ya' doing? ...Human being!!
I lost my phone.. so, you can delete my old number and just PM me on Facebook so you can get a hold of my new number...
Now... I am an official, certified and true-blooded pick-pocket victim. I would not even call it pick-pocket because my phone was on my bag. Maybe, its pick-bag or something like that. Aside from losing my SIM, Micro SD and 30 pesos load; I did not feel really bad. I felt that having a new phone was a long-overdue and pending gift for myself (My old phone's keypad was killing me).
So, I asked a highschool friend and one of college buds to accompany me in choosing the perfect phone for myself... (Ofcourse, lahat ay may kapalit... wahahaha)
My highschool friend asked me to watch a horror move with her, which was really not my cup of tea (or any Chinese drinks for that matter)... But what can I do? Utang na loob eh... My college friend did not asked for anything though, but I knew him very well, I am pretty sure that he will use this situation to his advantage any time in the near future... (talking about birds with the same feather...)
From SM Megamall, where we bought my new phone, we ended up checking Glorietta for horror movies... (Please don't ask how we ended up in another mall... it is a very long and boring argumented-story bordering the ridiculous... watta!)
Anyways, after everything else we settled in watching a non-overly-advertised horror flick:
"Don't Be Afraid of the Dark"
I have nothing much to say about the movie. Because again, I watched the film through my semi-translucent black shirt.
The plot??? All I know is that there little weird scary creatures that live under the basement of an old house which have fetish on human bones (especially teeth) and are afraid of the light. The story revolves around a temperamental girl whose recently moved in with her divorced father (the contract renovator of the old house) and his interior designer for a girlfriend.
What I think??? Well, for the whole duration of the movie I was both silently and vocally rooting for the young girl to die!!! Why? For one, when I was her age I would not dare communicate or even give a second glance to an unidentified creepy voice in the dark... And to top it all, she is the cause of all the ruckus... She is the one that found that hidden basement and open that damn chimney lock.
I won't say more... just watch the trailer below.
Horror movie= +1 bullet, Stupid Girl= +1 bullet, Watch just half of the movie= +1, Unknown reason= +1...
You do the math...Remember, the fewer the bullets the more I like it.