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If you want to see something different then go ahead and give it a try, but do not expect much.
There are some cool effects, an engaging-enough storyline and surprisingly-good acting (considering they made the film in Wisconsin and without much of a budget).
They 'intend' to feed on a victim and the film is all about trying to get her (or rather her unborn).
I ordered my copy of Aswang after recently re-reading an old Fangoria magazine and glimpsing a full-page ad for the DVD. Read morePublished on June 11, 2012 by J. J. J. Dickens
(as-wong)n. Filipino vampire that feeds on the unborn
This is a splendidly creepy low-budget horror flick. Read more
Now I like campy, cheesey b horror movies, but this one just sucked! It did make me laugh a few times, but there were way to many 'you gotta be kidding moments'...... Read morePublished on May 1, 2005 by Matthew B. Phillips
Aswang means Vampire in the Tagalog language (from the Philippines). It is a particular kind of vampire, one that feeds on unborn babies. Read morePublished on March 26, 2005 by lecudedag
Man,this is not even B movie quality.The lamest plot and
acting ever seen.The "special" effects are a total joke, Ed Wood
have done a better job. Read more
First, let me say that I love bad horror. I really, really love bad horror. But this film was awful. Read morePublished on May 14, 2004
Couldn't get enough! Finally unrated! Uncut! (except by the editor)! This one is a real buying opportunity - the extras was like a low-budget film school. Thanks!Published on October 2, 2003 by Andrew Friedman
I'm absolutely appalled by this so called "art film". Give it five stars.Published on September 16, 2003