Reviews

JFF 2016 Review: Wolf Girl & Black Prince

13 Dec , 2016  

Ryuichi Hiroki directs Fumi Nikaido and Kento Yamazaki in the popular Japanese shonen manga adaptation, Wolf Girl & Black Prince.

Reviews

JFF 2016 Review: The Top Secret: Murder in Mind

2 Nov , 2016  

Keishi Otomo, director of the Rurouni Kenshin trilogy, returns with his blockbuster blend of sci-fi, horror and crime in The Top Secret: Murder in Mind.

Reviews

KOFFIA 2016 Review: Dongju – The Life of a Poet

30 Aug , 2016  

Filmmaker Lee Joon-ik turns his gaze once again on Korean history with Dongju: The Life of a Poet, a biopic set during Japan’s occupation of Korea.

Reviews

Review: Yakuza Apocalypse

25 Aug , 2016  

Takashi Miike’s wild Yakuza Apocalypse is a bizarre film that only escalates in ridiculousness the further it progresses. An oddity for sure.

Reviews

MIFF 2016 Review: The Magic Brush

11 Aug , 2016  

Chinese animated adventure The Magic Brush offers plenty in the way of laughs and imagination that’s sure to entertain the young and young at heart.

Reviews

SFF 2016 Review: Tharlo

14 Jun , 2016  

Black and white feature Tharlo explores a clash of cultures when an isolated sheep herder in the mountains suddenly experiences the modern world of Tibet.

Reviews

JFF2015 Review: Solomon’s Perjury (Suspicion & Judgement)

22 Dec , 2015  

Featuring an outstanding young cast, two-part film series Solomon’s Perjury follows an investigation into the suspicious death of a high school student.

Reviews

JFF2015 Review: Little Forest – Winter & Spring

17 Nov , 2015  

Cooking adventures continue in the final chapter of culinary coming-of-age tale Little Forest: Winter & Spring starring rising actress Ai Hashimoto.

Reviews

Review: Like Father, Like Son

19 Oct , 2015  

Lives are changed in Hirokazu Koreeda’s touching family drama Like Father, Like Son which asks the question: who can we really consider as family?

Reviews

KOFFIA 2015 Review: Cart

8 Sep , 2015  

Inspired by real events, South Korean drama Cart is the story of female workers banding together to form a union and go on strike against their employers.

Reviews

KOFFIA 2015 Review: Love Forecast

7 Sep , 2015  

Can a man and a woman simply just be friends? Korean rom-com Love Forecast asks this of its leading best friends, where one is in love with the other.

Reviews

SFF 2015 Review: On the Rim of the Sky

8 Jun , 2015  

Chinese language doco On the Rim of the Sky charts the rivalry between an experienced teacher of a secluded village and a new radical teacher from the city.