Catch the Millennial Horror Queen Kim Chiu on U-Turn this Halloween

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After the success of The Ghost Bride in 2017 where she earned the title Millennial Horror Queen, Kim Chiu is back with another Halloween offering under Star Cinema – U-Turn. JM De Guzman and Tony Labrusca join Kim in the Filipino adaptation of the 2016 Indian movie with the same title.

The Filipino version of U-Turn is directed by Derick Cabrido and follows the character of a Daily Journal Online reporter named Donna Suarez (Kim). She was assigned to do an investigative feature on the mysterious death that was just tagged by police authority as “suicide”. Until it happened to her brother that makes her wanting to uncover the dark truth.

Due to the current worldwide situation, U-Turn will not be available on theaters. It will be available in four digital channels including www.KXT.ph, iWantTFC, SkyCable Pay-Per-View and Cignal Cable Pay-Per-View. For only Php 150 they can watch the horror movie.

For those in other countries, they can watch the movie by purchasing the e-ticket with the same price on www.KXT.ph or iWantTFC.

Kim is known for her versatility as an actress from embodying the characters she played. But how does she manage to channel out especially if her roles are either heavy or scary just like in U-Turn? Here’s a quick chat with her during the media conference of U-Turn.

Aside from the digital screening that will happen starting October 30, U-Turn will have    a celebrity digital premiere on the 29 and it will be open for everyone to join to watch on www.ktx.ph/category/u-turn, ticket price is also Php 150. There is also Group Buy 3+1 promo for friends and family members who cannot be together watching.

Aside from the U-Turn movie, Kim is currently one of the mainstay of the Kapamilya noontime show It’s Showtime and she will be having another project coming that it is inspired from her trending song “Bawal Lumabas”.

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