Villa 603Randy worries at his pregnant wife, Alya, who often has nightmares and hallucinations of ghosts. On the advice of the doctor, Randi takes his family on vacation to Villa 603 which has beautiful scenery. There Alya can sleep without having nightmares as usual. But the tranquility is disturbed when Alya hallucinates again, seeing a lot of sightings and becoming hysterical. Alya urges her husband to go away from the villa. There is another problem: Amanda, their daughter, is found in a state of shock after disappearing in the woods around the villa. Randi asks Diana, Alya’s sister, to keep his family during his work time. When Diana reports that Alya attaks Amanda assuming she is the devil incarnate, Randi still thinks that Alya’s unstable mental condition. that causes hallucinations. Until Josh, Randi’s friend tells the history of the Villa 603, which built on a former burial grounds were not cleansed, Randi runs home to get his family from the villa after watching sightings that was accidentally recorded by Amanda. Alya turned out not merely hallucinating. Villa 603 is haunted by many ghosts. At the same time, Alya who is possessed, begins to attack the family and drags them into the hole that contains many spirits. Dibawah Lindungan Ka'bahHamid, a smart, pious, poor young man with courtesy, lives among the family of Hajj Jaffar, a benevolent, pious person who never discriminate people based on social standing and wealth. Hamid highly respects the family and considers Hajj Jaffar as his own father. Likewise, Hajj Jaffar considers him, fatherless, as his own son. Hajj Jaffar puts Hamid in a reputable school. In return, Mak Hamid, Hamid’s mother,works for Hajj Jaffar’s family. Hamid’s relationship with Mak Asiah, Hajj Jaffar’s wife, and their only daughter, Zainab, is also on good terms. Zainab even considers him as her own brother. Everything is in harmony until one day love grows between Hamid and Zainab. Both can’t deny it even when their love becomes forbidden one since both are not equal. Hamid thinks he makes no mistakes by loving her, trying to be close to Zainab. However, he has to pay the price as a Hajj Jaffar’s relative, wanting to wed his nephew to Zainab, puts slander on him. Hamid is ousted from the kampong. In exile, Hamid works hard so that he’s appointed as a company’s clerk. But beyond that, his life keeps on taking tragic turns. Hajj Jaffar and Mak Hamid whom he loves pass away. And then Mak Asiah asks for his help to persuade Zainab to marry a man she’s been matched with, which Hamid does with a heavy heart. Afterward he travels to the holy land of Mekkah. Beneath the Ka’bah he prays and departs this life. Zainab is so brokenhearted that her health declines. She finally dies still keeping her promise: only to marry and be married with the one who loves her and is loved by her, that is Hamid. Danur 2Risa has 3 ghost friends, Peter, William and Jhansen. Risa lives with her younger sister, Riri, who is embarrassed by Risa's ability to see ghosts. Moreover, they are only temporarily living together because their mother accompanies their father to work abroad. His uncle's family, Ahmad, recently moved to Bandung with his wife, Tina, and his son Angki. Risa and Riri often visit and even stay at Ahmad's family's house. Initially, Risa did not feel that there was anything strange about Ahmad's house, but one day Risa caught Ahmad leaving with a woman. Risa didn't tell this to Tina and chose to investigate it herself. While busy investigating Ahmad's affair, various mystical events took place. Risa realized that the irregularities in the house were related to her uncle's affair.