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. Tak Kemal Maka Tak SayangKemal, a high school student in Samarinda, repeatedly fails in romance. His ideal girl is Raisya, the prettiest girl in school. The problem: Raisya is Nanda’s lover, a whiz at school. Kemal’s attempt to attract Raisya’s attention result in a duel between him and Nanda.
To face the duel, Kemal practices with his father who is a national capoeira champion. Assisted by Khalil, a close friend, Kemal tried to outsmart Nanda’s challenge. The fight cause funnies, so Kemal defeats Nanda. But, Raisya still rejects him.
After graduating from high school, Kemal moves to Jakarta and studies at the Jakarta Arts Institute, majored in theater. In college, he is close with Jovial and Hifdzi.Again He falls in love with his college friend, Putri. They meet in an audition for Romeo and Juliet. Putri also refuses him.
In desperation, Kemal shuts himself. Then his friends invite him to see a Stand Up Comedy show. Kemal sees a way to get the woman he wants: become famous through the stand up comedy. Pesantren ImpianTen girls get a mysterious invitation to stay in Pesantren Impian (Dream Islamic Boarding School). The secluded school was built by Gus Budiman to provide a second chance for those who have a dark past. Sissy, a model, came with her friend, Inong, who keeps their own problems; Butet has drugs problem; Sri comes with a prostitution scandal; and Rini who is looked innocent, gets pregnant out of wedlock. There are also other names with their own problems, including Eni, a young policewoman, intelligent and ambitious, who is investigating the murder case at the Crystal Hotel and gets clues that the suspects are in Pesantren Impian. It is not easy to melt the stiffness among the female students who do not know each other, because of their past and various bad habits. School supervisor, Ustadz Agam and Ustadzah Hanum, and Umar, a handsome mysterious figure that is close to Gus Budiman, keep encouraging them. Slowly, they proceed to get to know Islam better. The school gradually feels like a second home that offers a cool oasis which they never found. Until one day when the schools is attacked. Death after strange death begin to occur. The pupils are frightened. Umar, Eni, Inong and the other girls are striving to defeat the horrible terrors that befall on the dream school. Stip And PensilToni, Aghi, Bubu, and Saras come from wealthy families who are hostile to their students because of their arrogance. One day, they got an assignment to write an essay on social issues from Mr. Adam. Instead of writing essay, they built a school for poor children under a bridge. At first they thought it was easy, but it was not as easy as they imagined. There are so many obstacles faced by the Head of Scavengers, Toro, a naughty child, Ucok, and Mak Rambe, Ucok's mother who does not agree with her child going to school. Not to mention the ridicule of friends at the school chaired by Edwin who always underestimated them.