Mabuhay Philippines.

After makes a hit in Malaysia and Singapore cinema industries, Congkak’s the Malaysia blockbuster horror movie will scared Philippines this coming august.

So, for all moviegoers, please be prepared because u will see the never seen before Malay’s best horror movie on your cineme.


Julai 26, 2008 at 5:58 pm Tinggalkan komen

Congkak, The Most Gross Malay’s Film In Singapore History.

The Malaysia blockbuster horror movie, Congkak, make a hits at Singapore cinema when the total gross collected by Congkak is estimated around RM 1.5 million (S$ 600, 000). This film break a record of 2007, hits movie, Jangan Pandang Belakang (Don’t Look Back) also from the same production company, Metrowealth , with total gross of RM 1 million.

After it’s make a ‘wave’ in Malaysia and Singapore, Congkak will hits Philippine this July and Thailand also Indonesia in near month.

Kudos Congkak, the truly Malaysian culture horror movie.

Jun 20, 2008 at 10:44 am Tinggalkan komen

List Of Cinemas.

List of Cinemas:

  1. Eng Wah Suntec

Level 3 Suntec City Mall Tower 3,

3 Temasek Boulevard, 038983, Singapore,

Singapore 6836 9074

  1. Eng Wah West Mall

Level 5 West Mall Complex,

1 Bukit Batok Central Link, 658713, Singapore,

Singapore 6898 9230

  1. Eng Wah Tao Payoh

Toa Payoh Entertainment Centre,

450 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh, 319394, Singapore,

Singapore 6251 1370

  1. Eng Wah Jubilee

Jubilee Entertainment Complex, 61 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8, 569814, Singapore,

Singapore 6454 1640

  1. Eng Wah Sun Plaza

Level 4 Sun Plaza,

30 Sembawang Drive, 757713, Singapore,

Singapore 6753 1047

  1. Cathay Causeway Point

Level 7 Causeway Point,

1 Woodlands Square, 738099, Singapore,

Singapore 6235 1155

7. Cathay Downtown East

1 Pasir Ris Close, E!hub #04-106 to 108, 519599,

Singapore, Singapore

8. Golden Village Yishun

51 Yishun Central 1, 768794, Singapore,

Singapore 1900 912 1234

9. Golden Village Tampines

Level 4 Tampines Mall, 4 Tampines Central 5,

529510, Singapore

Singapore 1900 912 1234

10. SHAW Century

Level 5 Century Square,

2 Tampines Central 5, 529509, Singapore,

Singapore 6787 1638

  1. SHAW Jurong Theatre

Jurong Entertainment Centre, 2 Jurong East Central Street 13,

609731, Singapore, Singapore 6738 0555

Mei 16, 2008 at 12:14 pm Tinggalkan komen

Press Release On Congkak.

IN 2007, MIG created history in the Malaysian Film Industry when its horror film, Jangan Pandang Belakang collected RM7.5 million in Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore and the Philippines. It became the highest grossing Malaysian film in Malaysian film history. Jangan Pandang Belakang was also the only Malaysian film to be shown commercially in the international market.

This year, movie-goers will be treated to another horror movie produced by Metrowealth (MIG) – Congkak. This is the second Malaysian horror film after Jangan Pandang Belakang, required by the Malaysian Censorship Board, to carry an advisory – “Pregnant women and those with heart ailments are advised against watching this film.” Congkak is also categorized under U (13PG), in which those under the age of 13-year-old have to be accompanied by adults, to watch this film.

The advisory has to be given due to its horror contents. The suspense and thrills of Congkak are also heightened by its sound system.

The Dolby Digital Surround EX system used in Congkak is the best compared to other Malaysian films and is as good as in Hollywood-made films. Audience will get to experience it when watching Congkak in cinemas equipped with the dolby digital sound system.

Congkak was created another history for MIG and Malaysian Film Industry when it opens on April 17 In Malaysia with 65 cinemas in Malaysia, the biggest opening for a Malaysian film to date. In fact, the film has been pre-booked by film distributors in the South East Asia including Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines.

Congkak was produced after the extraordinary success of Jangan Pandang Belakang in the South East Asia and it was the second collaboration between talented young writer Pierre Andre and prolific Malaysian director Ahmad Idham. Congkak, the 23rd film produced by MIG is a quality production made at a cost of RM1.8 million and a 30-day shooting period.

Congkak stars some of the best actors in Malaysia including Nanu Baharudin, Riezman Khuzaimi, Erin Malek, Rusminah Sidek and M.Rajoli. It also introduces eleven-year-old Erynne Erynna in the lead role.

Congkak is expected to scare Singapore movie audience in 15th May 2008 thru 11 cinemas.

Mei 16, 2008 at 12:11 pm Tinggalkan komen

Gambar Sekitar Majlis Sidang Media Di Singapura

PC Di Singapura

PC Di Singapura

Mei 16, 2008 at 12:08 pm Tinggalkan komen

Kiriman Terdahulu

Kutipan Congkak

Kutipan Di Malaysia: RM 4.5 juta Kutipan Di Singapura : RM 1.5 juta.

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