Looking for a movie to watch at home? Well, you should check out Upstream PH’s Monday Movie Night. On November 29, December 6, and December 13, you can watch a movie for FREE on the content streaming site. This is an initiative as part of their first anniversary treats for their consumers.
To watch a movie for free on Upstream, all you need to do is go to anniversary.upstream.com.ph and use UPSTREAMAT1 to have a free movie. Sounds easy peasy, right?
What movies will you get to watch for free on Upstream? Well, the content streaming platform will show Little Forest on November 29. This K-movie is something Korean lovers will surely delight in as it stars Space Sweeper’s Kim Tae-Ri and Reply 1988’s Ryu Jun-Yeol. Basically, it revolves around a young woman who grows tired of living in the city and returns to her hometown in the countryside. The poignant film is full of life lessons perfect for watching with your loved one or even the whole family.
On December 6, Upstream will let you watch the movie Cleaners for free. Perfect for cinephiles and bonding with your barkada, this is a coming-of-age film anthology about high school students dealing with various social issues of being clean, proper, and pure. The movie takes its title from students who are the designated “cleaners” of the classroom.
On December 13, Upstream will be featuring Erik Matti’s superhero sci-fi flick Gagamboy. This flick is about Junie (Vhong Navarro), a lanky, young man who gets superpowers after being bitten by a spider exposed to a chemical spill. This campy take on that famous spider hero and the genre, in general, is great for laughs with the whole family.
Plus, you can watch a couple of old favorites for only P50! Upstream is letting people stream movies such as Nobody, Spirit Untamed, Beauty Water,Pa-Siyam, Mano Po 6, Mano Po 7, and Shake Rattle and Roll XV at an extra low price. Have fun binge-watching!
Art Daniella Sison