Hanif (Ario Bayu) took his wife Nadya (Hannah Al Rashid) and their three children to the orphanage where Hanif had been raised. The caretaker of the orphanage, Mr. Bandi (Yayu A.W. Unru), was very old and seriously ill, Hanif came to visit after years of not meeting. Two of Hanif’s best friends while living at the orphanage, Anton (Tanta Ginting) and Jefri (Miller Khan), also came with their wives. That night they all arrived at the orphanage located outside the city and far from the settlement. They intend to spend the night there to pay their respects to those who have cared for them since childhood. They thought that night would be a peaceful night. They immediately understood that they were wrong. One by one they experienced a terrible peculiarity. Some are terrorized by the things they fear the most. Meanwhile, the children began to see the appearance of a crippled woman. Victims began to fall, one by one from them. Lost, or died. Someone wants them dead, apparently with black …
User Reviews: Following a similar plot of haunted orphanages in horror movies, where an old wrong must be corrected to stop evil wreaking havoc, this movie goes for gore and blood. The frames are well shot, and the gore is quite effective. The acting is quite decent but the little boy comes off as most natural. Despite the gore, the movie fails plotwise and completely drops the supporting characters entirely at the end of the movie. It is basically a bunch of horror scenarios threaded together to make a movie. Scary for kids, but mildly entertaining for above average horror moviegoers.