Wednesday, October 30, 2013

CinemaWorld Extends The Halloween In November

The thrill goes on this November.

CinemaWorld, the first and only Pan-Asia international channel that offers the best of movie entertainment from the world’s best storytellers, brings more compelling and award-winning hits to Philippine television.  Move from Argentina, to Germany, to Sweden to experience an international kind of scare on CinemaWorld.
Reviewed by The Hollywood Reporter to be “stylish and atmospheric” and an “entertainingly old-school horror,” be sure to catch 2012 German Thriller Forgotten, as two childhood friends reconnect while on vacation on the island they grew up in and find out the horrific truths behind the disappearance of an old playmate years ago.  Forgotten will first air on CinemaWorld this November 10, at 9:00 PM.

In the 2013 Argentinian Thriller Thesis on a Homicide, former star lawyer Roberto Bermúdez (played by one of Argentina’s top award-winning actors, Ricardo Darín) now spends much of his time as a respected Criminal Law professor.  One night, a brutal murder is committed right in front of the Faculty of Law, luring the professor into the criminal case.  Roberto becomes convinced that one of his new students, the charismatic and brilliant but rather smug Gonzalo (played by Alberto Ammann), plotted the homicide as part of a perverse intellectual game to put the philosophical legal theories of his own “thesis” into cold-blooded practice.  But is Gonzalo really the killer?  Find out as the case unravels as Thesis on a Homicide premieres on CinemaWorld this November 24, at 9:00 PM.

A new Crime Series to look forward to every Friday night this November is Crimes of Passion, based off novels by Maria Lang, one of the first detective novelists in the Swedish language.  The six-episode series follows Puck (played by Tuva Novotny, voted second most beautiful woman in Sweden by Slitz Magazine), a student of literature; Einar (played by Linus Wahlgren), her tutor turned husband; and Christer (played by Ola Rapace, ex-husband of Noomi Rapace), police superintendent and best friend of Einar, in their quest to catch the killer.  Each episode is a classic “whodunnit” as the viewers follow the lives of interesting characters in an exciting thriller filled with love, sex, intrigue, betrayal, secrets, lies, and death.

All six episodes will be shown on CinemaWorld for Thriller Fridays.  Death of a Loved One will show on November 1, at 11:00 PM, followed by King Lily of the Valley, at 12:35 AM.  No More Murders will premiere on the channel on November 8, Roses, Kisses and Death on November 15 and Dangerous Dreams on November 22, and Tragedy in a Country Courtyard on November 29, all at 11:00 PM.

   Other movies this November for Sunday See The World include Orange Honey, which has won several awards including Best Director, Best New Screenwriter and Best Supporting Actress at the 2012 Malaga Spanish Film Festival and Special Grand Prize of the Jury at the 2012 Montreal World Film Festival, and 15 Years and 1 Day, which won Best Film and Best Screenplay at this year’s Malaga Spanish Film Festival and has qualified as Spain’s entry for the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 86th Academy Awards.  Watch the Spanish Dramas on November 3 and November 17, respectively, both at 9:00 PM.

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CinemaWorld is available in Metro Manila on Cable Link on channel 301, and on Sky Cable HD on channel 184.  Contact your cable operator for more details.

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