Many believe that when a baby dies without being baptized, it leads to the possession of evil. Sheila (Rica Peralejo), Rina (Jennylyn Mercado), Christian (Mark Herras) and Kerwin (JC De Vera), along with their friends, do not believe in such stories.
Against the advice of a concerned mythology professor, they decided to take an out of town trip during the Holy Week.
In the beggining, it would seem like they made the right choice.
But certain events, all seeming to revolve around the dreams and premonitions of Sheila about young evil lurking in the area, are deeply disturbing; disappearance, mysterious children, and strange old woman.
The troubling incidents multiply, pointing to something wrong and it seems they have no way out.
Then tragedy strikes closer when one of them turns out to be the evil himself.
Now, they realize that some of them must make the ultimate sacrifice to prevent the unspeakable terror that awaits them all.
Some of them have to die for the others to live.
Director Mark Reyes takes “Tiyanaks” to a higher level of more horrific creatures. “Tiyanaks” offers a different dimension of the infamous fictionla baby creatures more evil, stronger, mischievous, and bigger.
Directed by Mark A. Reyes
Rica Peralejo, Jennylyn Mercado, Mark Herras, JC De Vera, Lotlot de Leon, TJ Trinidad