Kuntilanak beranak

Genre: Horror

This is crazy. Why are we scouting

in a place like this?

Don't worry.

My asthma is acting up.

I'll go back.

I could die here.

You complain too much.

Just admit that you're scared.

Stop with your asthma excuse.

Pai, we're making an Indie film.

How can we finish if

you're such a sissy?

I'm going home.

If you want to go on,

go ahead.

Are you sure you want

to go back alone?

You might meet a ghost.

Alright, I'll just tag along.

What is it?

- A video camera.

- What are you going to do?

- It still has power.

- Turn it on, play it.


They're getting closer!

I'm scared!

I'll be next!

I'm the next victim!

This is my last message.

If anyone finds this recording...

...please let

the others know!

That was annoying.

- Hello.

- What is it Bim?

- I'm recording a video.

- Really?

- How's it going?

- It's great.

- Going to class?

- Yes, see you at the campus.

- And Mia?

- We'll pick her up.

- Be there in a while.

- Okay.

See you, bye.

Turn off your camera.

- I'm going to class now

- Take care.

Don't open the window,

I don't like it.

What happened here?

It's horrible.

We have arrived at the location.

We are going in.

We have to see what's inside.


It's terrible.

Here is the killer.

Killed by chopping into pieces.

This doesn't only happen to people.

This lady is mutilating a chicken.

She cuts it into 9 pieces.

It's so cruel.

You never get tired of fooling

around with that camera.

Look here.

I'll cut you up into 9 pieces.

Then after that

your mom will fry it!

- Eat your breakfast, Dear.

- No.

Come, let's examine this place.

Let's check this place.

It's horrible, so much blood.

We are now entering

the suspect's house.

This is the living room.

Come here!

Here is one of the suspect.

- Hey, Honey.

- Hi!

Let's interview the suspect's mom.

Why is everyone being a journalist?

It's like this, Auntie.

We agreed to document

all our activities today.

To record the memories?

No, we'll sell it.

We want to sell our concept

to the producers.

Let's go now! Wait, I'll get

my bag upstairs, okay?

- Okay, mama?

- Such a fuss.

Bimo, have breakfast.

I had already.

- Hurry up, Mia!

- Okay, just a minute.

These are the photos of the suspect.

I prepared it already.

What now?

Right, the camera.

The camera is important,

and the charger.

The tapes.

The flashlight.

What else?

Lastly, the batteries.

It's complete.

Now I'm ready to go.


- Call me.

- Yes, mom.

Hurry up!

- Take care, child.

- Bye, Auntie.

- Hurry up! It's going to rain!

- We're late!

- You sit up front.

- Alright.

Smile, Bim!

Now that's a smile.

- Are we scouting later?

- Of course.

- I'll have to attend class first.

- Me too.

Bim, where do you plan

to meet the Producer?

We have to present this first

before we can go scouting.

We have to meet him

as soon as possible.

Did you inform Bobby and Dea?

Yes, I called them

before coming here.

Bim, are you sure that you

want to bring Dea along?

What's wrong?

She can help us out.

What kind of help?

Someone is upset. Worried that

her best friend will be stolen.

- Beware.

- Don't be ashamed, Mia.

- I just asked if she could help out.

- You women are so noisy.

This is a story from long time ago.

I accidentally read it in a magazine.

Even the police gave up on the case.

And did you know?

The village is famous because

the girls there are Ronggeng dancers.

But now it's like a ghost town.

What's interesting about that?

Why is it interesting?

This is an old case.

I bet the villagers have

forgotten about it.

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