A group of kids agree to explore an abandoned house in order to win a reality show contest, which requires them to prove that the stories of the evil Kuntilanak are real. They soon discover that the ghost is very much real when it appears from an old mirror and starts haunting them.
When the door to Miko's room creeps open, he puts on his glasses to see better who would be coming through. In the next scene, when he is getting out of the top bed, his glasses are clearly still on the mattress. In the next scene, on the floor, he is wearing the glasses again. See more »
After the first part of the credits, there is a short scene that shows the mirror for sale at some sort of flea market or bazaar. See more »
They tried to bring in a little comedy and I dont mind that. They had the set, the ambience , the house everything was right. The actors were really bad and the direction of the movie had too much ghost in it and by defination it got less scary by the minute.
The actors seemed to ve chill with the presence of the ghost.
I mean youre supposed to run and scream. But the actirs were seemingly playing arounf trying to discuss the ghost.
Like the direction of the movie is bad on another level.
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