Reasons to watch
- The scene where Possessed Alia was chasing Mang Asep was good tho
- Nice gore
Reasons not to watch
- copied insidious
- copied the exorcist
Alia decides to leave Bangkok and return to Jakarta once after her parents died. She and Abel, her teenage sister, moved into their childhood home away from the city. But Abel, who was often strange and frightened, disliked the...
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Alia decides to leave Bangkok and return to Jakarta once after her parents died. She and Abel, her teenage sister, moved into their childhood home away from the city. But Abel, who was often strange and frightened, disliked the house. She said there was something else besides them. Alia and Davin, Alia's boyfriend who accompanied Alia, were ignore everything which Abel said. But Abel's attitude is getting worse. Feel she must to help Abel, Alia intends to take Abel to a psychiatrist. But Abel refuses and she says that she can see those who are already dead because her third eye has been open since childhood. Abel invites Alia to see Mrs. Windu, a psychic who has been always helping Abel. Want to prove all the things that make no sense to this, Alia asked Mrs. Windu to open her third eye. And slowly, Alia began to experience unusual events. She began to see skmething that no one else could see, and the presence of ghosts who asked her help. But them who were appears at Alia's house ...
Reasons to watch
Don't listen to the other guy above giving it a 1 star. The acting is fine. CGI is bad at some scenes though. Many jump scares, and it's good. Good plot. Too bad if haunted houses are "old and boring" for you. Overall it's an OK movie, not bad by any means.
This is not a sophisticated film. Practically every moment of it is familiar in some way. The plot is whatever the director needs it to be at any moment, and as far as dialog, I could have seen it in the original Indonesian and not missed much.
But there's a certain loopy fun to it all, with touches of The Ring here, the Evil Dead there, a hundred telegraphed jump scares, and an unintentional homage to Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Cheap, gory ghosts share the screen with weepy sentimentality. It doesn't linger on anything and just keeps chugging along on its own chutzpah. Give it a try; once the ghosts show up you'll know if it's for you.