MAKMUM 2 (2021) Reviews of Indonesian horror sequel

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Makmum 2 is a 2021 Indonesian supernatural horror film and a sequel to Makmum (2019).

Directed by Guntur Soeharjanto (Lampor: The Flying Coffin) from a screenplay written by Rafki Hidayat (Patriot Taruna: Virgo and The Sparkling; Kafir: A Deal with the Devil).

Produced by K.K. Dheeraj (Ghibah; Rasuk and Rasuk 2; #Malam Jumat: The Movie; Tembang Lingsir; Sakral; Baby Occult: Baby Tumbal Baby Die).

The Blue Water Films-Dee Company co-production stars Titi Kamal (as Rini), Dea Panendra, Samuel Rizal, Otig Pakis, Pritt Timothy and Jason Doulez Beunaya Bangun.

Plot:
Having just lost her husband, Rini’s grief increases when Auntie, who raised her, dies. While returning to the village to mourn, Rini’s only child, Hafiz, goes missing and is found unconscious in the middle of the forest…

Reviews:
” …this film is bolder to show a more sinister appearance. The supernatural creatures that appear in this film are shown to be more sadistic, more manipulative, more determined to hurt than in the first film. To conquer it is not enough with one reading of the verse of the chair. The CGI used is also somewhat better, not ridiculous.” Notes on Hobbies [translated from Indonesian]

“The choice of director Guntur makes this film even more beautiful in providing a production design. The rural landscape combined with the remote village location in the mountains and CGI provides a well-developed sense of horror […] Some scenes are silent without jump scares, instead, inducing goosebumps. However, if you don’t concentrate when watching, the ending of this film will feel confusing…” Voi

Release date:
30th December 2021

Filming locations:
Bogor, Indonesia

Technical details:
Audio: Dolby Surround 7.1
Aspect ratio: 2.35: 1

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