Movie Review: Sebelum Iblis Menjemput Ayat 2, Maximum Horror

Chelsea Islan’s battle with the devil is not over. Now he is back through the film Before Iblis Takes Verse 2. Still refined by Timo Tjahjanto, there is a new character in this film. Let’s look at the movie review from BookMyShow.

Two years after escaping from demonic terror, Alfie (Chelsea Islan) and Nara (Hadijah Shahab) try to continue their lives. But Alfie is still haunted by feelings of guilt and unnatural vision.

One day there was a group of young people who abducted Alfie and Nara to a large house that was a former orphanage. They are Jenar (Shareefa Danish), Budi (Baskara Mahendra), Girl (Widika Sidmore), Leo (Arya Vasco), Kristin (Lutesha) and Martha (Karina Salim).

It turns out they are in need of help Alfie who has dealt with the devil. One of them was disturbed by a ghost who resembled Mr. Job, their foster father in an orphanage. He burned to death in the basement of the orphanage.

It turns out that Mr. Job is a devil worshiper, the same as the late Alfie’s father. Armed with a spell book, Alfie could not help but have to help them before there were further victims.

Through the spell book, Alfie had to chant unfamiliar spells to break the curse. But Alfie’s worst nightmare has only just begun and the dangers that await him are increasingly threatening.

The darkness so hungry for souls rose to take their lives.

Sebelum Iblis Menjemput Ayat 2, Maximum Horror

Before the Devil Picks up Verse 2, present the horror that is more leverage from beginning to end. The audience is not left calm throughout the film. Timo managed to torture all the cast and the audience, it feels like to say harshly every terror appears.

Alfie’s story continues when a group of young people have a dark past in their orphanage. Their foster father turned out to be a devil worshiper like Alfie’s father. Here Alfie’s character develops and matures, with trauma and everything he experiences in the first film.

Chelsea Islan appear emotional and all-out in this film. One of his best performances from previous films. Various heavy scenes successfully dealt with. The audience also felt the horror felt by the characters.

Timo also managed to create feelings of anxiety through the film set and scoring. A room with low lights, a quiet hallway, even water droplets in the sink can make you panic. Eits not only creeped, the audience also made heart. One of them was a scene, when Alfie was just playing room lights.

Latest Thriller, See Synopsis of The Invisible Man

Elisabeth Moss (The Handmaid’s Tale) is present through the latest thriller titled The Invisible Man. Directed by Leigh Whannell, this film airs in theaters starting February 26, 2020. Curious about the story? Let’s see the synopsis.
Synopsis of the film The Invisible Man

The Invisible Man tells the story of Cecilia who was trapped in a toxic relationship with a rich and brilliant scientist Adrian Griffin (Oliver Jackson-Cohen), who was very possessive and abusive. Cecilia (Elisabeth Moss) also tries to escape in the middle of the night.

Cecilia tries to run away, assisted by her sister (Harriet Dyer), and their childhood friend (Aldis Hodge). He also managed to escape from the figure of Adrian. Until one day there was news that Adrian died from suicide.

But her tempered ex-girlfriend left most of her enormous wealth with Cecilia. While Cecilia suspected her death was just a lie.

Adrian’s death did not make Cecilia calm, she seemed like someone was watching her without form. Cecilia’s sanity began to be asked by those around her, when she desperately tried to prove that she was being hunted by someone who could not be seen.
The Latest Tense Sci-Fi Thriller Films

Universal Pictures is working with Blumhouse Production to work on this film. While the appointed director is Leigh Whannell. He is famous for writing the script for the horror film Saw and Insidious. From the trailer alone you have been given tense surprises.

Lots of scenes that make you nervous, like when Cecilia was in the attic of a dark house. For those of you fans of horror thriller films, mentally prepare yourself to watch this movie.

Besides starring Emmy and Golden Globes Award winner Elisabeth Moss, the film was enlivened by the performances of Oliver Jackson-Cohen (The Haunting of Hill House), Aldis Hodge (Straight Outta Compton, Black Mirror), Storm Reid (A Wrinkle in Time), Harriet Dyer, Amali Golden, and Sam Smith.

The Invisible Man movie airs in Indonesian cinemas starting February 26, 2020. You can already order tickets on the BookMyShow site or application available on the Google Play Store and App Store.

The Man Standing Next, The Latest Korean Film Topping The Box Office

Rajai box office in his home country, the latest Korean film The Man Standing Next is present in Indonesia. Starring by Byung-Hun Lee, what’s the story? Let’s see the synopsis below.

Synopsis of the film The Man Standing Next

The Man Standing Next film has a background about the story that has never been revealed about the Korea Central Intelligence Agency (KCIA), and its political machinery in the 1970s.

In the 1970s, Korea was under the absolute control of President PARK (LEE Sung-min) who controlled KCIA, an organization that has excellence in every branch of government. The Director of KCIA, KIM Gyu-pyeong (LEE Byung-hun), is a substitute for the second commander.

In the midst of fear, the former KCIA director, PARK Yong-gak (KWAK Do-won), who knew all about unclear government and illegal operations, retreated to the United States, where he opened a tap for the ‘Koreagate’ investigation. When tensions increase, paralyzing political maneuvers for those who want power.

Big success in South Korea

The film The Man Standing Next aired in South Korea on January 22, 2020. The film was watched by more than 7.2 viewers. Reporting from Soompi.com, the cast of The Man Standing Next film distributed handwritten messages to express their gratitude. Director Woo Min Ho said, “Thank you for national support,” while Lee Byung Hun said, “Thank you for four million.”

The film stars Lee Byung-Hun, Lee Sung-Min, Kwak Do-Won, Lee Hee-Joon, Kim So-Jin, Seo Hyun-Woo, Ji Hyun-Joon, Park Sung-Geun, Park Ji-Il, Lee Tae-hyeong, Kim Seung-hoon, and Kim Min-Sang. Aired in theaters starting February 26, 2020.

The Next Standing Man airs on the CGV Cinemas and Cinepolis cinemas. You can order tickets on the site or the BookMyShow application which is available on the Google Play Store and the App Store.