run red as a group of young people attend a beach event called Tequila
Sunrise. This movie is wonderful, turn-the-brain-off mayhem from the
excellent Rizal Mantovani, director of WATERFALL
OF PENGATIN, itsSequeland the CHANTING
trilogy. The film is a sensory delight. Rizal's pacing and camerawork
is impeccable, albeit a great excuse to show a lot of cleavage. Ultimately,
here is a popcorn movie with a bunch of half-naked people getting slaughtered
by a most unusual creature called a Jenglot.
an ancient [mythical] Indonesia fleah-eating monster that never dies
but sometimes slips into hibernation as it awaits resurrection from
a servant with magic words and a blood sacrifice. This film opens with
such a scene as a creepy warlock revives a Jenglot and releases it into
the sea (seemingly to protect the sanctity of the once-desolate beach).
However, this is the weekend for the big Tequila Sunrise event and it's
packed with partying young people who happen to be as beautiful as they
Indonesian film with optional ON/OFF English subtitles; widescreen, 80
DVD encoded for WORLD FORMAT NTSC, playable on any American machine.
Extras include original theatrical trailer plus selected other Indonesian
for Mature Audiences