9 comments on ““Rumah Kentang” aka “House of the Potato” (2012) – Indonesian Ghost/ Horror

  1. I love the review…now I know what this movie is about. Seen the poster but never interested in knowing what is this about.

    Well…at least it’s not an evil potato walking around eating people 😉

  2. Forgot to mention about you Indonesian 😉 (Apakah Anda ingin kentang goreng dengan itu?) << I bet you use google translate 😉 They don't say it like that, they always ask do you want anything else, like french fries or bla and bla

  3. Hahaha!! Yes… Google Translate works reasonably well for me when I need to find out what a movie tile means and I really wanted to know what the kentang ghost would say with the phrase “Do you want fries with that?”…. that’s an American joke that probably needs a bit of explaining.

    Here it’s what low income workers are expected to learn how to say in school because the expectation is that they will use it a million times daily. The funny part is that the phrase is used even when you aren’t selling food and it’s become a way of telling someone they are expecting too much service from you.

  4. Now that i know it’s base on a true story; the house existed and the child where about is still unknown; I’m not going to watch it. It gave me shivers already.

    • The movie itself is somewhat funny… with the cast constantly walking around on carpets of potatoes or dodging them as they roll through a room. It isn’t until the end that the kentang ghost gets violent and physical. No more so than a lot of other Indonesian ghosts though…

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