Here’s a trailer for a Malaysian found-footage horror film that rarely turns off their night vision, and it’s annoying.
Below is the first footage from Ia Wujud (It Exists), directed by Dharma Aizat.
Here’s a loose translation: “Tells of a group of teenagers who entered the abandoned theme park called Mimaland. This story takes place before the phenomenon of horror stories in the Highland Tower. They thought ghosts did not exist and tried to play a game of ‘spirit of the coin’ in the abandoned theme park. Ultimately what they are looking for is actually there.”
It’ll open in their theaters May 15.
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