Lo behold! Trailer to the movie of the month:
The clock strikes 8. Darkness falls. Librainy scribbles tirelessly (she is, after all, brainy) to complete her James Tan (Add maths) homework, due for tomorrow. Suddenly, a commotion happens at the house opposite and a high-pitched wailing is heard. *must be the neighbour's kid* thought Librainy. Scribbling continues. But wailing continues. She peers out of the window, being a curious girl.
*tv screen blacks out*
....unexpected happenings in the neighbourhood....
Librainy runs out of the house. She sees a car, a bleeding woman and a pool of blood. Neighbours start emerging from the darkness.
..........who will survive, and who will not?............
...........based on a true story.........
The Incident of the House Opposite Librainy's
Wait. This is a true story.
This is a message to everyone out there: the world is getting more and more dangerous and notorious; you can't predict what will happen next. Just yesterday, my neighbour was robbed and slashed twice using a parang. (and i really was doing my homework at that time) no one saw the thief (he was clothed in black) and he rode away in his motorbike as fast as he came. the victim was bleeding all over and it was the 1st time EVER that i saw so much blood! she was screaming and all of us felt pretty helpless as we couldn't do anything... eventually her mother sent her to the hospital (she was in her early 20s) it really freaked me out and i dreamt of using taekwondo to fight the baddies that night :)
But don't worry too much; don't be surprised to find yourself in the police station if you wave about your cooking knife to every dark-clothed motorcylist on the road! (or perhaps Hospital Bahagia, if you're unlucky...)