Santuaryo Today!

Hail, hail the gang’s all here! The new all-boy indie flick Santuaryo is showing today, Wednesday at the following theaters – Robinsons Galleria, Remar, Roben, Gotesco Grand Central, Isetann Cinerama, Gotesco Commonwealth, and Cebu Ultravistarama. Basti Romero [in jeans] is leading the pack and who knows what nasty surprise he might spring. There will be a meet-and-greet with Basti Romero a.k.a. Ardie Bascara tonight at Robinsons Galleria, 7.30 p.m.

Santuaryo Tomorrow

Tomorrow’s the big day for the boys as their movie about an island, getting lonely, copulating and falling in love gets shown in theaters for its commercial run. Santuaryo will be shown in selected cinemas, such as Robinsons Galleria, Remar, Roben, Gotesco Grand Central, Isetann Cinerama, Gotesco Commonwealth, and Cebu Ultravistarama starting tomorrow, Wednesday. Of course, the more daring boys get to show off their wares. I meant talent. In acting.

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This just in. A still from the new beach flick, Santuaryo and Basti Romero a.k.a. Romeo Domingo Bascara a.k.a. Ardie Bascara is in it! This Cosmopolitan [Phils] magazine 2009 hot and new bachelor is headlining the movie, and it looks like he’s dropping more than his jeans. The 21-year-old cutie is going all out for his first movie project under Climax Films. Hopefully, the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board [MTRCB] approves the director’s cut for commercial showing starting 17 March 2010.

Basti Romero in Santuaryo!

Today’s theme is boys with tattoos on a lonely beach. The lead actor in the new indie flick Santuaryo is this mysterious tattooed hunk who goes by the name of Basti Romero. His 411 soon. In the meantime, mark your calendars guys. On 17 March 2010, Santuaryo will be shown in selected theaters, such as Remar, Roben, Gotesco Grand Central, Robinsons Novaliches, Robinsons Galleria, Robinsons Ermita, Robinsons Iloilo, Robinsons Bacolod, Ultravistarama Cebu and Gotesco Ortigas. Santuaryo is produced by Climax Films [Bayaw] under the direction of Monti Parungao of Sagwan fame [or notoriety].