The Queen of Black Magic 2008 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
I wouldn’t know where to begin to explain this oddity. There’s plenty of nasty black magic mumbo-jumbo crap going on like insect attacks, worm-infested drownings, flying heads, exploding sores, fireballs etc. We get to see maggot-infested bodies and food bowls, exploding spellcraft victims, hilarious and stupid dialogue (and dubbing) and exotic locations in the jungles of Indonesia.
Queen of Black Magic (1979) is a “sequel-in-name” to the two Black Magic films that came out from the Shaw Brothers in HK, in the 70’s. The sound effects and dubbing department are hilarious, which makes this film all the more worthwhile.
Sometimes I just can’t help but think of this movie as a good counterpart to the cannibal films that came out of Italy in the late ‘70’s/early ‘80’s, despite the fact that there are no cannibals in this movie. “Black Magic Terror” is a total trip into weird Indonesian silliness.
About The Queen of Black Magic (2008)
Starring: W.D. Mochtar, Alan Nuary, Suzzanna, Sofia W.D., Teddy Purba,
Runtime: 90 minutes
Director: L. Sudjio,
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