The main reason we started Bloody Disgusting Selects was to find quality horror films – new and old – and bring them to you dear readers. Nothing excites me more than being THE site to actually find a way to bring you something nobody else would, which is why I’m beyond excited to reveal that we’ve acquired U.S. rights to the Kimo Stamboel and Timo Tjahjanto’s (“The Mo Brothers”) Indonesian splatterfest Macabre!!
Macabre, also known as “Darah”, is off-the-wall violent and has been called the “Indonesian Inside“.
Starring Ario Bayu, Julie Estelle, Imelda Therinne, Shareefa Daanish, Arifin Putra, “Two newlyweds, along with 4 of their best friends, interrupt their travels to pick up a troubled girl on an abandoned stretch of roadway. When they return her to her ancestral home, the night turns into a crimson-hell for the 6 friends, who find themselves trapped and hunted down by Dara and her cult-like family of deadly protégés, born and raised to systematically eliminate unsuspecting passerby for one nefarious reason.”
Macabre is the winner of “Best Actress” at the Puchon Intl Film Festival and has screened at Fantastic Fest, Sitges, ScreamFest LA, Texas Frightmare, PiFan Intl Film Festival, L’Étrange Festival France, Lisbon Intl Horror Film Festival and at the Lund Fantastisk Film.
Release info, U.S. trailer (festival footage inside), one sheet, and more goodies coming soon. Watch this spot.
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