1986 – Blood War (Sulu Film International/Triple "A" Film)
Director Francis “Jun” Posadas Story Mutmaina Kamlon Screenplay Conrad Galang Producer Antonio Hernandez Executive Producer Tari M. Directo Cinematography Apolinar Cuenco Music Willy Yusi Editor Pat Ramos Associate Editor Ever Ramos Production Design Rolly Bernardo Assistant Director Totoy Garcia Production Manager Boy Banawa Layout Artist Fred Belleca Fight Instructors Rey de Guzman, Lito Acuna Stunt Coordinator Ben Romano Makeup Artist Gloria Vidallon Schedule Master Rudy Basco Props/Setting Resty Campanero Utility Jabbar Special Effects Guy Naelgas, Peping Carmona Service Drivers Jun Tabacon, Bernard Nacolangga Catering Joel Directo, Jenny Banawa Colour Consultant Rafael Uy Sound Supervision Gaudecio Barredo Sound Effectsman Danny Sanchez Assistant Editors Salvador Denina, Nelson Ramos
Cast Anthony Alonzo (Basaron), Rosemarie De Vera (Narsheeva), Robert Lee, Renato Del Prado (Bashir), Joonee Gamboa, Fred Moro, Bob Duran, Tony Martinez, Rex Lapid, Dahlia Delgado, Grego Gavino, Ernie Ortega, Naty Santiago, Dave Moreno, Vic Santos, Rene Romero, Marithez Castillo, Mabuhay Shiragi (Child Basaron), Cholo (Omar), Louie Florentino, Rey de Guzman, Dante Belen, Joel Martinez, Edgar Reyes, Rey Abella, Bonafe, Boy “Davro” Macasaet, Lito Acuna, Ben Romano, Colonel Willie Chaves, Fred Belleca, Monching Gozon, Resty Campanero, Frank Moro, Willy Gravato, Mark Lloyd, Ching Zabala, Delfin Bajo, Nestor Provido, Bing Rosende
Fred Adelman’s review from the Critical Condition website:
Here's a little-known (and rarely-seen) Filipino "Muslim rebels vs. Christian military" action film with a strong religious (mainly pro-Muslim) storyline and a huge cast of Filipino talent (The opening credits lists over thirty actors, many who should be recognized by fans of this genre). The film opens with a battle between rebel factions and the
This is a slow-moving and less-than-satisfying action flick, directed by Francis 'Jun'