The Jakarta Post
Tara Basro plays Rini in 'Pengabdi Setan', the eldest daughter of the family who is haunted by their mother. (Rapi Film/File)
Indonesia's latest horror film Pengabdi Setan (Satan’s Slaves) is set to hit the big screen in 17 countries, including Malaysia, Japan and several Latin America countries.
Directed by Joko Anwar, the movie will also be featured at the Hawaii International Film Festival (HIFF) on Nov. 10.
Following HIFF, Joko told The Jakarta Post via telephone that Pengabdi Setan would be released in Malaysia on Nov. 23.
Pengabdi Setan follows a family of four who must take evil head-on after their mother dies. Featuring plenty of scares and a shocking plot twist, the reboot of the 1980s horror classic has become one of the most-talked about films this year. It managed to attract almost 3.9 million viewers in over a month.
“We did not set a target, so [we thanked God for this],” said Joko regarding the number of viewers. (kes)
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