Review: Let Hoi Decide

23 Mar , 2015  

Vietnamese/Korean co-production Let Hoi Decide broke records at the local Vietnamese box office this year and is a follow up to 2010 rom-com, Fool for Love.


Review: The Castle of Cagliostro

18 Mar , 2015  

Before legendary filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki co-founded Studio Ghibli he directed The Castle of Cagliostro which chronicles the adventures of Lupin the 3rd!


Review: Brotherhood of Blades

27 Feb , 2015  

Brotherhood of Blades is a well-executed Chinese period action blockbuster with its three male leads providing audiences much to enjoy.


Review: Somewhere Only We Know

19 Feb , 2015  

Xu Jinglei’s Chinese romance, Somewhere Only We Know, which stars former EXO member Kris Wu, is a beautifully shot film with a sweet and heartwarming story.


Review: The Thieves

16 Feb , 2015  

The Thieves is one of South Korea’s most successful films and was huge hit at its local box office. We take a look at what made the heist caper a success.


Review: Grave of the Fireflies

3 Feb , 2015  

Isao Takahata’s heartwrenching war film, Grave of the Fireflies, is one of the best animated features ever produced. But what makes it so special?


Review: The Suspect

2 Jan , 2015  

The Suspect is another in a line of recent Korean action-espionage films to tackle the divide between North and South Korea. Is it as good as the others?


The Allure of K-Dramas: Why am I still watching?

10 Dec , 2014  

K-Dramas are vastly popular with young audiences worldwide. We try to answer the question: what makes Korean dramas so darn popular?


JFF 2014 Review: Rurouni Kenshin Trilogy

24 Nov , 2014  

We take a look at the live-action Rurouni Kenshin trilogy, the hugely successful Japanese box office hits screening at Australia’s Japanese Film Festival.