Histeria (2008)
Genre: Foreign,Horror
Director: James Lee
Release Date: December 18, 2008
Producers: Gayatri Su-Lin Pillai
Actors: Liyana Jasmay,Ramli Hassan,Vanida Imran,Ako Mustapha,Adlin Aman Ramlee
             
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