Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Trick or Treat


THIS HALLOWEEN I would like to be frightened by a slasher film featuring handsome hunks and beautiful men being murdered by a serial killer while boning each other, not by sky-rocketing prices of various commodities due to the expanded value added tax, or the EVAT law.

Also, I wouldn’t want to be cowed by the ruling administration’s Executive Order 454, which would allow government to take over certain businesses and companies to avert impending economic crises.

Yes, I don’t like the EVAT, which will take effect on November 1 after the Supreme Court yesterday lifted the temporary restraining order on it. Nor do I want government to muzzle the press, especially editors and journalists deemed critical of President Gloria Arroyo and her administration, through EO 454.

All I wish for this Halloween is to watch “Hellbent,” a well-written gay horror film with some predictable yet well-executed plot twists that follows a group of friends in West Hollywood at a Halloween gathering.

Hank Harris

Directed by Paul Etheredge-Ouzts, the movie’s expected gore is well-done, plus you can feast your eyes on the gorgeous physique and bulging underpants of Eddie (played by Dylan Fergus), Jake (Bryan Kirkwood), Joey (Hank Harris), Chaz (Andrew Levitas), and Tobey (Matt Phillips).

Well, it’s about time the pink moviegoers had something of their own horror film to relate to, after watching so much of the “Friday the 13th” series, Freddy Kruegger, the Japanese “Ring” series and, now, the Thai scary movies.


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