Eddie Romero: Movies Directed By Eddie Romero

List of all movies directed by Eddie Romero, listed alphabetically. These popular films directed by Eddie Romero include trailers of the movies when available. This collection includes some of the best movies directed by Eddie Romero, so use the list to find some movies you haven't already seen. From Eddie Romero's studio films to Eddie Romero's independent films, this Eddie Romero filmography includes movies from all genres.

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  • A Case of Honor
    Timothy Bottoms, John Phillip Law, Candy Raymond
    • Released: 1991
    • Directed by: Eddie Romero
    Filipino actor Eddie Romero directs this arresting drama set during the Vietnam War. A handful of prisoners escape their captors but have to make their way through the thicket of the Vietnamese jungle. They manage to accomplish this goal -- and pick up a group of call girls, whom they promise to help flee the country. Now, they must learn how to fly a grounded plane upon which they've stumbled.
  • Aguila
    Fernando Poe, Amalia Fuentes, Christopher De Leon
    • Released: 1980
    • Directed by: Eddie Romero
    Daniel Aguila's son recounts memories of the Philippines as he searches for his father.
  • Ang Kamay ng Diyos

    Ang Kamay ng Diyos

    Leopoldo Salcedo, Gerardo de León, Carmen Rosales
    • Released: 1947
    • Directed by: Eddie Romero
    Ang Kamay ng Diyos is a 1947 Filipino drama film directed by Eddie Romero. It was the first film ever directed by him.
  • Beast of the Dead

    Beast of the Dead

    Eddie Garcia, John Ashley, Celeste Yarnall
    • Released: 1971
    • Directed by: Eddie Romero
    Beast of Blood is a 1971 Filipino horror film. It follows a mad scientist who creates a monster, but after its head is cut off, he keeps it alive in a serum he has invented. It is a sequel to The Mad Doctor of Blood Island.
  • Beast of the Yellow Night
    Eddie Garcia, John Ashley, Mary Charlotte Wilcox
    • Released: 1971
    • Directed by: Eddie Romero
    Beast of the Yellow Night is a 1971 Filipino and American horror film directed by Eddie Romero. A full length RiffTrax for the movie was released on August 8, 2014, with commentary by Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy, and Bill Corbett of Mystery Science Theater 3000 fame.
  • Beyond Atlantis

    Beyond Atlantis

    Patrick Wayne, Sid Haig, George Nader
    • Released: 1973
    • Directed by: Eddie Romero
    Beyond Atlantis is a 1973 science fiction horror film directed by Eddie Romero and based on a story by Stephanie Rothman. It was described by David DeCoteau as "one of the very few family-oriented B movies to come out of the Philippines." This was because star Patrick Wayne insisted that the film be a family movie. The budget was higher than usual for movies shot in the Philippines at the time due to the use of underwater photography. Producer John Ashley admitted that the movie was meant to be a ripoff of The Treasure of Sierra Madre, but he had high hopes for it because he liked the script so much. The film did not do well financially, something Ashley chiefly attributed to the PG rating. He also thought that the extensive underwater footage slowed down the action.

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