The Night Comes For Us

The Night Comes For Us

The Night Comes For Us

Splatter action film by Timo Tjahjanto boasts massive body count and over-the-top violence amid a Triad turf war. Reteams The Raid stars Iko Uwais (also star of Tjahjanto's Headshot) and Joe Taslim.

Ito (Taslim) returns home after years spent as a soulless Triad killer. There's no escaping his past though, and violence soon erupts throughout Jakarta and bringing him face to face with Arian (Uwais), a friend from his past who has also risen through the crminal underworld.

2018121 minsIndonesiaIndonesian with English subtitles
ActionThrillerWorld CinemaFestival & Independent
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Flicks, Daniel Rutledge

Flicks, Daniel Rutledge

flicks

Action and horror movie lovers of a certain age will warmly remember many examples of classic extreme violence. They were the scenes that had you coming out of the cinema ecstatically yelling to your mates "what about the bit where…!" Then there was the almost mythical stuff you delighted over after somehow getting the bootleg VHS copy of the overseas version—or some decades later, the stuff you finally, finally got on imported, uncensored DVDs.

4.0

DIE HARD done harder.

Following in the blood-spattered footsteps of Gareth Evans Indonesian action-flicks THE RAID and its sequel, director Timo Tjahjanto’s THE NIGHT COMES FOR US is a terrific, full bore violent, adrenaline-fuelled, action-fest and a fine follow-up to his co-directed previous flicks, HEADSHOT and KILLERS. Once they kick off, the relentless, high-octane...

4.0
BirthMoviesDeath

BirthMoviesDeath

press

Brutal, pulse-pounding, and wholly electrifying, The Night Comes For Us is undoubtedly one of the most electrifying action movies in years...

BirthMoviesDeath

BirthMoviesDeath

press

Its gnarly, mischievous soul has more in common with Peter Jackson’s Dead Alive, a film that exists solely to pelt you with relentless inventive gore and escalation.

Flicks, Daniel Rutledge

Flicks, Daniel Rutledge

flicks

Action and horror movie lovers of a certain age will warmly remember many examples of classic extreme violence. They were the scenes that had you coming out of the cinema ecstatically yelling to your mates "what about the bit where…!" Then there was the almost mythical stuff you delighted over after somehow getting the bootleg VHS copy of the overseas version—or some decades later, the stuff you finally, finally got on imported, uncensored DVDs.

4.0
BirthMoviesDeath

BirthMoviesDeath

press

Brutal, pulse-pounding, and wholly electrifying, The Night Comes For Us is undoubtedly one of the most electrifying action movies in years...

BirthMoviesDeath

BirthMoviesDeath

press

Its gnarly, mischievous soul has more in common with Peter Jackson’s Dead Alive, a film that exists solely to pelt you with relentless inventive gore and escalation.

DIE HARD done harder.

Following in the blood-spattered footsteps of Gareth Evans Indonesian action-flicks THE RAID and its sequel, director Timo Tjahjanto’s THE NIGHT COMES FOR US is a terrific, full bore violent, adrenaline-fuelled, action-fest and a fine follow-up to his co-directed previous flicks, HEADSHOT and KILLERS. Once they kick off, the relentless, high-octane...

4.0