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Special Silencers / (Anam Ws)
Artist: Special Silencers
Format: Blu-Ray


Rel. Date: 04/09/2024
UPC: 843276029098

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Mondo Macabro presents SPECIAL SILENCERS - A legendary Indonesian cult film with jaw dropping real-time action and stunt work.

SPECIAL SILENCERS is a legendary entry into the Indonesian "cult film" canon. Chock full of crazy martial arts, unbelievably yucky special effects, a touch of black magic, and even torture by smelly shoes. This one has got it all.

The plot is simplicity itself. A corrupt politician in rural Indonesia wants to impose himself as the boss of the local territory. To do this he has to eliminate the competition. To do that he uses his "special silencers" - small red pills apparently intended to enhance meditative states. But when taken with food or drink they erupt inside the victim's stomach and emerge through the flesh like ragged, blood covered tree branches. It literally has to be seen to be believed.

This is the first ever video release of the film in its intended aspect ratio and it's a revelation, with widescreen, jaw dropping real-time action and stunt work. Director Arizal was famed for his high energy set pieces in films such as THE STABILIZER and FINAL SCORE. Here he outdoes himself. Not to be missed!


  • Anamorphic Widescreen 2.35:1.
  • DTS-HD MA 2.0 Stereo.
  • Region code: All.


  • HD restored feature supplied by Parkit Films.
  • Extended version of feature.
  • Mondo Macabro episode on Indonesian cinema.
  • Audio commentary from Andrew Leavold.
  • New art work by Justin Coffee.