Ranu decides to move into the house of his deceased parents with three of
his friends, Dicky, Ocha and Poppy - much to the dismay of his grandmother
(Suzzanna) and despite the many warnings he received in the form of
dreams, dreams that also involve an old ambulance ... just like the one
the friends find outside of the house. Once the four youngsters have moved
into the house, they all have weird dreams and visions of ghosts ... all
but Dicky, who repeatedly sees a super sexy girl crossing his way, and he
doesn't wonder one bit how she got into the house.
learns about the secret of his parents' death from his grandma when he
tells her about his ghostly visions: Turns out his father dabbled into the
supernatural when Ranu was just a child, and eventually, the supernatural
retaliated and Ranu's family found itself on the run from a ghost. Dad
just had the good judgement to drop little Ranu at his grandmother, then
he and company got into a car accident, a non-fatal one though. In an
ambulance, they were taken to the next hospital, but then the ambulance
was attacked by the ghosts and everybody died ... and of course, it's the
very same ambulance Ranu and friends have found in front of the house ...
wants to go and warn the others, but by that time, Dicky has already
fallen prey to the mysterious sexy girl, who was of course the ghost in
disguise, and she has possessed him ... and now he has taken the ambulance
and is going to university to attack and kill Ocha. Ranu tries to warn
her, but it's too late.
In the finale, all hell breaks loose over Ranu,
his girlfriend Fiona he's just been reunited with, Poppy and Dicky, who
has just awakened from his possession but is soon killed off, but just in
time, grandma has set into motion a ceremony to exorcise the ghost, and
finally, that saves the day.
Despite its title that seems to
promise high camp, this is by and large just a by-the-numbers teen-horrorfilm
of the slasher variety with very little to set it apart from any number of similar films, but at
least the shocks are carefully set and at times quite effective (even if
not exactly innovative). Indonesian horror queen Suzzanna (in her comeback
film) might be quite good as the grandma, but the teen cast is rather
bland - as bland as their characters, actually, which of course seems to
be almost symptomatic for this kind of movie. The real letdown though is
the finale, which starts and ends out of nowhere, features little in terms
of shock, and doesn't feature any kind of real resolution to the story.
there are far worse genre films around.