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Movie: Flat 3A (2011)

Flat 3A (2011) is a Malaysian horror movie.

Synopsis: Fiqah (Intan Ladyana) is forced to abort her unborn child at home by her boyfriend Anas (Adey Syafrien). Wanting to forget the ugly incident, she moves to a new flat with her housemate, Ratna (Shasha), without knowing that the house's previous owner was Kang Suman (Zaidi Omar), a neighborhood shaman who had disappeared mysteriously.

Parallel to that, a young man, Wahyu (Ery Zukhairi) is trying to track his missing young niece Fatin in the same neighborhood. Fatin's mother (Khaty Azean) is at the brink of becoming insane because she misses her daughter. As more and more supernatural incidents happen at the rundown flat, Wahyu finds himself getting closer to unravel the nasty truth that surrounds the haunted flat, Fiqah, Anas, and Fatin.

I'm getting goosebumps all over as I write this post. Seriously, Malaysian horror movies are getting more and more up to par nowadays. Although not all are good, I've to agree that the good ones are really good. Some are even better than their Thai counterparts.

Good Thai horror movies are eerie because they give you the sense of despair and send shivers down your spine. Korean horror movies are slightly different because they love to spice them up with lots of blood, pain, and gore. Depending on the director, the Malaysian horror movies genre can be either horror comedy or dark horror.

There may not be much blood and gore in Flat 3A but it does a good job in scaring the pants off you. Traditional scare factors such as dim lighting, dark corners, eerie music, wind blowing, shrill shouts, and rundown buildings are good enough to make sure you watch the movie with your eyes half closed most of the time.

To me, the scariest part of the movie is when the ghost of the dead girl Fatin keeps on singing this eerie lullaby: "Satu, satu, Fatin sayang emak. Dua, dua, emak sayang Fatin. Tiga, tiga, sayang sama-sama. Empat, empat, sayang selamanya." Sometimes, she sings it fast. Then, she slows down, really slow, and she stops singing completely. And tada, there she is, staring at you from the dark corner! Arggghhh!

Ok, that's enough. If you like getting scared in cinemas, do watch this movie. You'll enjoy it. By the way, when I watched this movie last night, someone (I don't know who) switched on the lights in the hall for almost 10 minutes
at one point. LOL!

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