A big, bad wolf faces the consequences of the life he’s chosen in Mamoru Oshii and Hiroyuki Okiura’s dystopian sci fi.
A young engineer dreams of designing the greatest aircraft in Hayao Miyazaki’s last (*cough*) movie.
Life, like the stock market, is full of ups and downs in Johnnie To’s financial crime drama.
In Takana Shirai’s directorial debut a young girl must travel about 500 miles on foot in order to feed some gods.
Director Kim Jeong-hoon throws absolutely everything at the wall in his swashbuckling pseudo-sequel.
The future sure is yellow in the last of Takashi Miike’s DoA trilogy.
A mother goes on a rampage of revenge when her daughter is … well, taken in Lê Văn Kiệt’s martial arts beat-em-up.
There isn’t a talking candlestick in sight in Mamoru Hosoda’s sci fi fairy tale.
Four blundering policemen must choose between food and their jobs in Phuwanit Pholdee and Chanon Yingyong’s buddy comedy.
Our heroes sing and dance their way to the West in the first of Ho Meng-hua’s Journey series.
Excellent animation clashes with a ludicrous localisation to make an unforgettable Journey to the West-ish adaptation.
Wang Baoqiang’s modern day reimagining of the Journey to the West is a manic, bizarre but still entertaining adaptation.