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Do you dare enter “Villa Nabila”?


Syafiq hopes viewers will form their own conclusion about the mysteries of the creepy bungalow Villa Nabila, after watching the film.

Syafiq hopes viewers will form their own conclusion about the mysteries of the creepy bungalow Villa Nabila, after watching the film.

Director Syafiq Yusof explores the haunted bungalow in his latest film.

When Mohamad Izzat Izzudin Hussin was reported missing in November 2013, it became a case that fascinated the nation. According to statements from his friends, the 16-year-old student entered an abandoned bungalow at Danga Bay in Johor Baru and didn’t come out. The bungalow was the infamous Villa Nabila, which is listed under Expedia.com as one of the most haunted places in Malaysia. The Twittersphere was abuzz with theories – one of it was that Izzat’s disappearance had something to do with supernatural forces.

Villa Nabila , Syafiq Yusof , Horror movie

   

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