Action-packed, thrilling brutality made in Indonesia! The first Indonesian Netflix film that, unfortunately, a country with over 700 languages and 300 ethnic groups cannot enjoy as Netflix is banned.
Following the critically acclaimed and box office successes “The Raid” (2011), “The Raid 2” (2014), and “Headshot” (2016), “The Night Comes for Us” delivers equally – and more – gruesome graphic violence and extreme martial arts to satisfy a bloodthirsty orgasm. The choreography is advanced, crystal clear, and meticulous and the director, the editor, and the actors makes sure to deliver quality and performances respectively that match the savagery the film has to offer.
If you are fan of the aforementioned films, you won’t be disappointed. The same team (with a few changes) collaborates once more for an R-rated, 2-hour, insanely, entertaining bloodbath, capturing on the lens every body part getting dismantled in numerous ways. Get comfy (film reel rolling sounds)!
2 thoughts on “The Night Comes for Us (2018): Action / Thriller”
I don’t know where you find these obscure films from. They always look really interesting my list is endless.
You won’t regret watching this one either. Guaranteed or your money back!!!