Trese – Philippine Comic now on Netflix

The story of Trese fuses Philippine horror mythology with dark, graphic storytelling and follows Alexandra Trese, a mysterious detective who deals with crimes of supernatural origin set in Manila

“When the sun sets in the city of Manila, don’t you dare make a wrong turn and end up in that dimly-lit side of the metro, where  109 more words

Trese — set it good

“Amatz” Filipino Rap Song in Marvel’s ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’

Filipino music “Amatz” by Shanti Dope featured in “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier” on Disney+

For all Filipino Marvel fans who have watched “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier” on Disney+ were surprised to hear a familiar Filipino music played in this scene as the Winter Soldier and The Falcon searched for the man who recreated the super-soldier serum. 24 more words

“Amatz” Filipino Rap Song in Marvel’s ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ — set it good

Disney’s Christmas ad bring Filipinos back home

Christmas is almost upon us and for Filipinos this is the most awaited event of the year as families and loved ones come together. It’s just fitting Disney’s latest Christmas ad depicted Filipino values during this time. For everyone to know, Philippine Christmas is unique, it’s genuinely and surprisingly warm. Pure joy is in the air, you can smell and feel it.  People are all smiles, families and friends come together to celebrate. It’s just different, and anyone should experience it for themselves.

Check out this heart-warming story #FromOurFamilyToYours of Lola (”grandmother” in Filipino), it brings back the nostalgia of the past and how lanterns and old Mickey could bring back beauty, warmth, love in families.  

Share a family festive memory on InstagramFacebook or Twitter with the following hashtag: #LoveFromDisney and Disney will donate $1 to Make-A-Wish® (up to $100,000 US) on your behalf. 

See more [Disney Ireland]

Trivia: Philippines start Christmas celebrations at the start of the “BER” months (September) probably the longest in the world.

Did the Minions Speak Filipino?

did the Minions just speak the Filipino tagalog words – “narito na” and “ikot?”

how about this one which sounds like “eh baboy?”

according to (via Trivia Mania), “Minions use a bit of Spanish, English, French, Greek, Korean, Japanese, and even Filipino.” Despicable Me producer John Cohen was also quoted, “A lot of times it sounds like it’s gibberish, a lot of times you hear a little bit of French. You hear all kinds of languages being incorporated into the way they speak…”

for sure these Minions are so cute PINOYs will flock to watch Despicable Me 2.