This week in the Sematary: the recently-remade 1981 Indonesian horror classic can't decide whether to celebrate or condemn the titular antihero's use of magic against tyranny.
The Queen of Black Magic actually has a bit of meat on its Halloween store skeleton bones, and can be appreciated on its own without the need for MST3K style commentary.
So what’s the best unsung horror film, the most special diamond in the rough? Literally everyone has a different answer (aside from the occasional adventurous soccer mom who might have seen Re-animator or Toxic Avenger through partially covered eyes).
Even those who are well versed in Indonesian horror should appreciate SATAN’S SLAVES for being a solid horror film, in any culture.