SKYcable’s Premium Pay-Per-View Options for the Family

Families will once again get an upgrade in their TV entertainment as SKYcable beefs up its roster of pay-per-view offerings every month with fresh-off-the-cinema releases, hit and critically-acclaimed movies, and special live events that subscribers can enjoy in the comforts of their homes. Starting this July, families can enjoy the widest selection of pay-per-view options on high definition like blockbuster movies from Star Cinema and Viva Films on SKY Pay-Per-View Box Office, restored titles on SKY Pay-Per-View Classics, award-winning independent films on SKY Pay-Per-View Critics’ Choice, live or recorded coverages of concerts and special events on SKY Pay-Per-View VIP Access, and live coverage of must-see sports events on SKY Pay-Per-View Sports. “The demand for a wide selection of entertaining content among Filipinos is rising. Entertainment now isn’t just about hit TV shows. Filipinos are looking for engaging world-class content that they can conveniently access at home and SKY Pay-Per-View aims […]

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Catch the Lav Diaz Epic film ‘Hele’ at Home Via Sky Pay-Per-View

With premium entertainment services such as SKY Pay Per View now available, movie aficionados among SKYcable digital subscribers are empowered with the convenience and privilege of a front-row access to topnotch, fresh-off-the-cinema films in the comfort of their own homes and watch these masterpieces at their own pace. Fresh from its cinema run last March, Filipino families will have such privilege as the eight-hour Lav Diaz epic opus “Hele sa Hiwagang Hapis” starring Piolo Pascual and John Lloyd Cruz will be playing exclusively on SKY Critics’ Choice pay-per-view this July. “Hele sa Hiwagang Hapis” is the much-talked about film of esteemed director Lav Diaz that won the prestigious Silver Bear: Alfred Bauer Prize at the Berlin International Film Festival earlier this year. It weaves together Filipino revolution, literature, and mythology presented in two stories. One story recalls Gregoria de Jesus’ search for the body of her slain husband, Andres Bonfacio, […]

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