When her little sister claims she sees the dead, Alia consults a psychic, who opens her own eyes to the vengeful ghosts haunting their childhood home.
After her sister died, Alia decides to start a new life by living in an orphanage owned by Mrs Laksmi and Mr Fadli as well as doing social work there. But Alia feels something wrong with the orphanage. Moreover, Nadia, one of the orphanage who apparently also has an inner eyes like Alia, can hears mysterious voices asking for help from all over the walls of the house. Alia and Nadia open a mysterious locked room. Since then disasters begin. It turns out that Alia and Nadia had made a big mistake and releases Darmah, a vengeful spirit that was deliberately locked in the room. Together with Mrs Windu, the paranormal and mentor of her inner eyes, Alia must confront Darmah and save the orphanage.
Only son of an overseer, Magno is much in love with Teresa, daughter of his father's boss, Don Marcos. But Don Marcos wants his daughter to marry Bernabe, a rich gambler, but apparently a gentleman. The town does not know he is the"Bat," a mysterious character who preys on the townsfolk. Teresa turns down Bernabe and in revenge Bernabe has Magno kidnapped and denounced as the Bat.
The film tells a story of large rural families suffering from economic insecurity in a remote part of the town of Magdalena, Laguna, where major life events are punctuated by the tollling of the church bells, and the coastal community of Dalahican, Quezon. Both places are homes of large families dealing with the reality of poverty.
Victims of oppressive town boss Honey are offered help by an unusual alliance of gunmen and circus performers
Batingaw is the late-evening news program in the People's Television Network and anchored by Aljo Bendijo, Katherine Villar, and Kathy San Gabriel. In Early August 2010, Batingaw was replaced by the returned Teledyaryo Final Edition. Aired With Same Anchors