Indonesian horror 'Bangkitnya Suster Gepeng' (AKA 'Bloody Sister Gepeng') hits its home town next month for a theatrical run and now the first trailer has arrived. The new international trailer which has been released looks pretty fun but without us being able to converse in the Indonesian language its difficult to ascertain exactly what is happening. What we can see though is oodles of blood and what appears to be a blatant attempt at syphoning off elements of 'The Grudge' and other similar J-horror experiences. Jenny Cortez, Roro Fitria, Baby Margareth, Aelke Mariska, Andreano Philip, Shidiq Kamidi and Ozy Syahputra amongst others all star. Head below for the new trailer.
"Keiko Larasati Hirosuke's Grandpa is a Japanese soldier who was assign in Indonesia. After the war, her grandfather returned to Japan, married and had one child who later will be married with the Indonesian. One night after clubbing with her boyfriend and her friends, Keiko getting creepy terror. There is a strange broadcast on the radio which is like broadcasting the war of independence.
Since that night, Keiko suffered another terror with the emergence of a bloody Suster Gepeng who always say these words in Japanese that means the promise is a promise, the lives at stake. Not only terror, the Suster Gepeng were also kill all Keiko's friends, Suster Gepeng demands something that is not understood by Keiko, until she called Sato Hirosuke, her grandfather."
'Bangkitnya Suster Gepeng' will open in Indonesia from 11 October.