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Lumaban Ka Satanas Ramon Revilla Sr Full Movie Tagalog Version

Lumaban Ka Satanas Ramon Revilla Sr Full Movie Tagalog Version

Lumaban Ka Satanas (lit. Fight, Satan) is a 1983 Filipino horror-fantasy film directed by Efren C. Piñon and starring Ramon Revilla Sr., Elizabeth Oropesa, George Estregan, and Paquito Diaz. The film is about a man who inherits his uncle's magical powers and uses them to fight against the forces of evil, including a powerful magician and Satan himself. The film is also known internationally as The Killing of Satan.



Lando San Miguel (Revilla) is a former convict who lives in a remote village with his wife Lagring (Oropesa) and daughter Luisa (Cecille Castillo). One day, he receives a letter from his uncle, a renowned magician, who tells him to come to his house as soon as possible. Lando arrives at his uncle's house, only to find him dying from a snake bite. His uncle tells him that he has chosen him as his successor and gives him a ring that contains his magical powers. He also warns him about a rival magician named Enchong (Estregan), who is working for Satan (Charlie Davao) and wants to kill him and take his ring.

Lando returns to his village, where he finds out that Enchong and his men have kidnapped Luisa and killed some of his friends. He decides to use his uncle's magic to rescue his daughter and confront Enchong. Along the way, he encounters various obstacles and enemies, such as snakes, zombies, witches, and demons. He also meets Pito (Diaz), a comic relief character who joins him in his quest. Lando eventually reaches Enchong's lair, where he engages him in a duel of magic. He manages to defeat Enchong and free Luisa, but then he faces Satan himself, who appears in the form of a giant dragon. Lando summons all his courage and power and challenges Satan to a final battle.


  • Ramon Revilla Sr. as Lando San Miguel

  • Elizabeth Oropesa as Lagring San Miguel

  • George Estregan as Enchong

  • Paquito Diaz as Pito

  • Cecille Castillo as Luisa

  • Charlie Davao as Satan


Lumaban Ka Satanas was directed by Efren C. Piñon, who was known for making low-budget genre films in the Philippines. The film was written by Joe Mari Avellana, who also wrote scripts for other Filipino action and horror movies. The film was produced by Imus Productions, which was owned by Ramon Revilla Sr., who also starred in the film. The film was shot in various locations in the Philippines, such as Laguna, Batangas, Quezon, and Rizal.


Lumaban Ka Satanas was released in the Philippines on September 14, 1983. The film was a box office hit, earning over 10 million pesos in its first week of release. The film was also shown in other countries, such as Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, and the United States. The film was dubbed or subtitled in different languages, such as English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Malay, and Indonesian. The film was also known by different titles in different markets, such as The Killing of Satan (English), Lutte contre Satan (French), Kampf gegen Satan (German), Lotta contro Satana (Italian), Lucha contra Satán (Spanish), Luta contra Satanás (Portuguese), 撃退サタン (Japanese), 打倒撒旦 (Chinese), ปราบซาตาน (Thai), Lawan Setan (Malay), and Lawan Setan (Indonesian).


Lumaban Ka Satanas received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. Some praised the film for its originality, creativity, and entertainment value, while others criticized the film for its poor production values, cheesy special effects, and ridiculous plot. The film has also gained a cult following among fans of Filipino cinema and B-movies. The film has been featured in several documentaries, books, and websites that showcase Filipino genre films, such as Machete Maidens Unleashed! (2010), Bamboo Gods and Iron Men: The History of Philippine Action Cinema (2012), and Video 48. The film has also been reviewed by several online critics, such as Mark Leeper, Stomp Tokyo, and The Unknown Movies. The film has also been parodied by several comedy shows, such as Bubble Gang and Banana Sundae.


  • Video 48. "Lumaban Ka Satanas (1983)"

  • IMDb. "Lumaban ka, Satanas (1983) - Release Info"

  • Video 48. "The Online Home of Philippine Cinema's Golden Years"

  • Leeper, Mark. "The Killing of Satan (1983)"

  • Stomp Tokyo. "The Killing of Satan (1983)"

  • The Unknown Movies. "The Killing of Satan (1983)"

  • Bubble Gang. "Lumaban Ka Satanas Spoof"

  • Banana Sundae. "Lumaban Ka Satanas Spoof"


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