30 Jun , 2016 Matthew Rooke
Na Hong-jin’s hellish genre hopping ghost story, The Wailing, is an unrelenting experience and one that is unlikely to be forgotten about any time soon.
27 Jun , 2016 Hieu Chau
Hong Kong crime master Johnnie To returns to the genre that defined him in Three, a hospital-set thriller starring Louis Koo, Vicki Zhao and Wallace Chung.
22 Jun , 2016 Matthew Rooke
Independent Korean mystery A Fish is a beautiful and deeply haunting debut feature from writer-director Park Hong-min.
17 Jun , 2016 Matthew Rooke
Jung Yoon-suk’s Non Fiction Diary is more than just a documentary about South Korea’s first serial murder case.
14 Jun , 2016 Theodora Vatubua
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.
14 Jun , 2016 Hieu Chau
Vitaly Mansky’s eye-opening documentary Under the Sun goes deep into the North Korean propaganda machine and asks: “Does the North Korean dream exist?”.
10 Jun , 2016 Pooiee Loh
Chinese documentary The Road covers three years of a controversial highway’s construction, revealing systemic corruption.and violence in its creation.
3 May , 2016 Matthew Rooke
Nanfu Wang’s debut documentary, Hooligan Sparrow, sees women’s rights activist Ye Haiyan fight to bring justice for six sexually abused Chinese schoolgirls.
15 Apr , 2016 Hieu Chau
What begins as a heist film becomes something so much more in the small but hugely fun and surprising Chinese crime-comedy Chongqing Hot Pot.
13 Apr , 2016 Hieu Chau
It was one of our anticipated films of 2016 but does Sammo Hung’s martial arts drama The Bodyguard live up to expectations?
12 Apr , 2016 Pooiee Loh
From pink films to something called ‘The Bloody Sword of the 99th Virgin’, we look at the evolution of the transgressive and extreme cinema of Japan.
15 Mar , 2016 Hieu Chau
Who would’ve thought a Stephen Chow-directed comedy could be so environmentally conscientious?! Hieu and Hayley talk about the hilarious film, The Mermaid.