Although “Air Terjun Pengantin” (“Bride Waterfall”) falls into the slasher genre, where blood and gore replaces the need for a strong storyline, Rizal Mantovani’s film comes with a bonus: a drool-inducing exhibition of voluptuous ladies in skimpy outfits.
The movie begins when Tiara (Tamara Blezynski), her boyfriend, her niece Mandy and her friends go on vacation to Pulau Pengantin (Pengantin Island), a beautiful, secluded and uninhabited island — or so they think.
Apparently, the island has a dark history. The story goes that a man wanted to marry a woman in the village, but was denied his love when the citizens found out that he was a dukun (shaman). The marriage was canceled and the angry villagers burned his face before ostracizing him. Seeking vengeance, he sadistically murdered the whole village.
Since then, the vindictive psychopath has been the desolate island’s sole inhabitant. So when Tiara and her friends alight from the boat, little do they know that an unhinged killing machine is about to make their expedition a lot more interesting.