Sabrina

Movie, 2018, 113 minutes
Sabrina
A toy manufacturer and his wife are terrorized by a demon after their orphaned niece tries to summon her late mother's spirit using a spooky ritual.
The movie Sabrina is a Netflix Original and was released in 2018 and lasts 113 minutes. For mature audiences. May not be suitable for children 17 and under. This movie is Ominous, Chilling, Scary.
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Score: 4.3 of the 10

Maira lives happily with Aiden, a doll maker and toy company owner. But Vanya, their adopted daughter and Aiden's niece, is still dealing with the loss of her birth mother. After Vanya plays Charlie's Pencil to summon her late mother, strange things begin to happen. Maira is terrorized by the Sabrina doll. What is happening with the doll and what does it want?

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Audio: Indonesian [Original];Indonesian - Audio Description
Subtitles: Simplified Chinese;Spanish;Indonesian;English;Traditional Chinese

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