October 31st, 2012


Stefanie Sun welcomes baby boy

Local songbird Stefanie Sun safely welcomed her first child at noon yesterday. The 3.4kg baby boy was delivered naturally after being carried to a full-term pregnancy. Her son's name has not been revealed at press time.

Stefanie's company, Make Music, has expressed that she will be taking a break for four months to care for her newborn son. During that time, she will not be accepting any interviews and work-related inquiries.

She is slated to make her return to showbiz in April next year, subject to changes depending on mother and son's health.


Haunting Love: No Love Lost

Trick-or-treaters aren't the only ones excited ahead of Halloween on October 31. The festival is also a chance for horror film fans to indulge in demons, zombies, ghosts and ghouls - at least in foreign films. This year sees just one Halloween-inspired horror flick hit the big screen in China, with initial expectations modest due to the country's poor track record in the genre.

Homegrown horror film Haunting Love (2012) directed by Liang Ting, which makes its domestic premiere on October 30, has generated plenty of interest ahead of its release.

The film, which revolves around a story of love, betrayal and revenge, boasts award-winning producers, including audio engineer Zhao Nan and cinematographer Curran Pang, whom have each won Hong Kong Film Awards.

However, the film's rookie cast has prompted many devoted horror fans to question whether the movie can live up to lofty expectations.

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Any Chinese horror recs Aiya?

Happy Halloween Aiya~

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