South Korea’s ‘Deliver Us From Evil,’ ‘Mission: Possible,’ and ‘The Box’ Premiere in PH

iWantTFC continues to get its users front-row seats to highly anticipated movie releases as it gives access to three new South Korean films “Deliver Us From Evil,” “The Box,” and “Mission: Possible,” which are all exclusively available in the Philippines for only P249.

Award-winning action film “Deliver Us From Evil” brings together Hwang Jung-min and Lee Jung Jae, two of Korea’s most reliable movie stars. It follows an assassin who must solve a kidnapping case before his retirement, but finds himself being pursued by a man whose sibling he killed.

K-pop group EXO’s Chanyeol plays an aspiring singer in the jukebox musical “The Box,” where he accompanies a washed-up music producer (Cho Dal-hwan) on a road trip that will reintroduce them to their passions and dreams.

An important mission goes awry in the action-comedy “Mission: Possible,” where Lee Sun-bin and Kim Young-kwang play a rookie secret agent and a private detective who work to uncover a gun-smuggling ring in Korea only for them to become the case’s prime suspects.

iWantTFC users worldwide, meanwhile, can choose from three new Filipino films to watch such as “Ang Babaeng Walang Pakiramdam” and “Kaka” (P249 or US$4.99) and “G!” (P149 o US$2.99).

Real-life couple Kim Molina and Jerald Napoles discover love in the unlikeliest of places in “Ang Babaeng Walang Pakiramdam.” The film follows Tasha (Kim), a woman who is unable to feel emotional or physical pain until she meets Ngongo (Jerald).

In the sexy comedy “Kaka,” newcomer Sunshine Guimary tries to find the secret to the elusive female orgasm with Jerald and Ion Perez.

McCoy de Leon, Jameson Blake, Paulo Angeles, and Mark Oblea will learn lessons in love, life, and friendship in “G!” where they embark on a road trip after one of them gets diagnosed with cancer.

Meanwhile, iWantTFC users anywhere in the world can continue to stream comedy movies “Momshies: Ang Soul Mo’y Akin” (P249 or US$4.99) starring Karla Estrada, Jolina Magdangal, and Melai Cantiveros, as well as “Mommy Issues” (P250 or US$4.99) featuring Sue Ramirez, Pokwang, and Gloria Diaz. The screening for “Hello Stranger: The Movie” (P199 or US$3.99) worldwide has also been extended until June 28. Users in the Philippines, meanwhile, can watch “Death of Nintendo,” “Oda sa Wala,” and “Motel Acacia” through Black Sheep’s “Black Pack” promo (P300) until June 23.

For P299 or US$5.99, iWantTFC users can also get a season pass to watch the four episodes of “Click, Like, Share,” the digital anthology series starring Francine Diaz, Kyle Echarri, Seth Fedelin, and Andrea Brillantes that highlights the need for social media responsibility.

Watch all these movies and concerts on the iWantTFC app (iOs and Android) or on Viewers can also enjoy watching on a bigger screen through select devices on VEWD, ROKU streaming devices, Android TV, select Samsung Smart TV models, Telstra TV for global users, and VIDAA for select countries. iWantTFC is also available via Chromecast and Airplay. For the complete list of compatible devices, sign in instructions, and account activation, visit

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