Gruesome Magazine Podcast – Episode 040 Terrified – Satan’s Slaves
Satan’s Slaves (Pengabdi Setan, Indonesia, South Korea)After dying from a strange illness that she suffered for 3 years, a mother returns home to pick up her children.
“There are some really beautiful, sophisticated shots and direction here, so much more than I expected.” – Vanessa “[Satan’s Slaves] is creepy! … There were some great scenes in this film that scared the heck out of me.” – Jeff “I think the director Joko Anwar did a great job because he really captures atmosphere and tone in Satan’s Slaves. Cinematography-wise the film is never flat. Even when it’s dark it’s vivid and has a flavor to it and he really knows how to stage those creepy characters in the right place.” – DocDirector: Joko Anwar Cast: Bront Palarae, Tara Basro, Endy Arfian
Terrified (Aterrados original title, Argentina)When strange events occur in a neighborhood in Buenos Aires, a doctor specializing in the paranormal, her colleague, and an ex-police officer Funes decide to investigate further. Allbreck, Jano and Rosentock are researchers of paranormal phenomena. Commissioner Maza tries to give an explanation to inexplicable events that are occurring in a neighborhood of Gran Buenos Aires. Together they will try to reveal the mystery within the affected houses before the evil destroys the existence of human society as we know it.
” I was engrossed by this film. From the beginning of this movie, you see people who know that paranormal activity is real. It’s not a joke. Discovering what is causing this paranormal activity and why it’s happening where it’s happening, is such a fun story to follow. ” – Vanessa “The main reason I really like horror is to be scared, and this one did it in spades!” – Jeff “The story is multilayered. It has a number of characters and all of them, I think, you root for in some fashion or another. … I thought the structure of this is really, really well done and is a big part of how successful this movie is.” – DocDirector: DemiÃ¡n Rugna Cast: Ariel ChavarrÃa, Maximiliano Ghione, Norberto Gonzalo