Literal and metaphorical ghosts aplenty in this tense horrors-of-war movie
One of the most seminal films in J-Horror: how good is it?
With its stereotyped characters, casual racism and gross-out humour, Ebola Syndrome is a goofy exploitation film that is definitely not for everyone.
By putting the sci-fi stuff in the background, director Mamoru Hosoda creates a film that's more focused on character growth and drama
While not to everyone's tastes, Save the Green Planet mixes in horror, black comedy, and heart to make something quite unique.
Takeshi Kitano refuses to take himself too seriously, resulting in a film that is both brutal, and lots of fun
Short in scares, this kind-of-smart-but-not-really horror’s biggest sin is how forgettable it is
Another great comedy showcase for the cast, My Lucky Stars improves upon the first film.
The first part of the Attack on Titan film adaptation is a disappointing affair that doesn’t work on any level.
Stephen Chow directs and stars in a bombastic film that’s a blast from start to finish. You don't get films like this over here.
Beautifully shot and refreshingly sincere, Won Kar-wai creates a minor masterpiece
Kim Jee-Woon’s directorial debut is a strong film, helped by strong writing and a star-studded cast