- Starring Angelica Panganiban, Boots Anson-Roa, Pauleen Luna, JC de Vera, Iwa Moto
- Directed by Jeff Tan
- Written by Joel Rufino A. Nunez & Don Michael Perez
- Music by Von De Guzman
- Produced by Roselle Monteverde-Teo
- Distributed by Regal Films
- Release date: July 19, 2006
- Running time: 107 mins
- Language: Tagalog, English, and Illongo
3 REASONS Why SineBuano says You should watch “WHITE LADY”
#1 “3 Cs” for Campy College Chiller. “White Lady” is a throwback to those early teen horror flicks that entertained a whole generation of movie goers. If you want to reminisce those cheap thrills in another language then this movie is for you!
#2 The cast is lead by Angelica Panganiban who plays the victim turned vengeful ghost and Iwa Moto was casted as the socialite-snob tormentor. In 2007, both ladies were in the top ten of FHM Philippines FHM 100 Sexiest Women in the World. Iwa got the 10th while Angelica ranked 4th.
#3 The White Lady is an apparation with a global presence. In Japan, ghosts of spurned or abused females return to enact vengeance are called Onryoo.
In Mexico, there is the La Llorona or the Weeping Woman or the Woman in white who according to legend is the ghost of a woman crying for her dead children who she murdered by drowning.
A Bela da meia-noite is a ghost from Brazilian folklore. She is the ghost of a beautiful woman, most often with white clothes.
White ladies are also present in American folklore: Resurrection Mary of Chicago who was said to buried in her beautiful white dancing dress and matching dancing shoes. The White Lady of Branch Brook Park in Newark, New Jersey and the Headless Bride who haunts the Old Faithful Inn at Yellowstone National Park. She is said to have been murdered by her ambitious new husband.