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"How does a Filipino horror film compete with The Exorcist shown within the same year that had a cult followers and made an indelible terror mark in the minds of the moviegoers who saw it? The answer lies with great production values, skillful editing, top-notch performances of the entire cast, shock and scary value in Celso Ad Castillo's Patayin Mo sa Sindak si Barbara. Susan Roces as Barbara gives a bravura performance, you just wish she dies instantly so that her agonies and pain will stop as Rosanna Ortiz continues to terrorize her but you wouldn't! Penned by Mike Relon Makiling, Ricardo Remias cinematography and Celso's direction made this film a memorable experience to watch if you are looking for good scare and eerie atmosphere. Ernani Cuenco's musical score has some annoying parts, but still haunts the whole movie. Max Jocson could have infuse more and toned down a bit. The scene where they were contacting the spirit of Rosanna Ortiz shot within the house with only a dim light on the background is enough to keep me awake, the piano sequence of Karen (Beth Manlongat) and the climactic showdown of Susan and Rosanna are one for the books. Castillo's visuals are one of a kind, the close up shots, camera's movements where it zooms in and out, the flying objects, the mirrors and of course the jolt are all unforgettable. We all need a good scare once in a while."
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