Love and lust are volatile, unexpected and anywhere in Zhang Yuan’s arresting drama.
Our heroes sing and dance their way to the West in the first of Ho Meng-hua’s Journey series.
Wang Baoqiang’s modern day reimagining of the Journey to the West is a manic, bizarre but still entertaining adaptation.
Needlessly serious, this reimagining of Sun Wukong's origin isn't what I would call good, but it's a blast to watch nonetheless.
History has never before taken such a walloping than in Roy Chow's video game adaptation.
Despite its exciting premise, the stakes have never been lower in Zhang Chong’s strange psycho-fantasy.
The gods take their endless battle to the streets of a sci-fi China in Zhao Ji’s action fantasy.
In Ang Lee’s sexy spy thriller, alliances and relationships are as fraught with peril as any war.
A young soldier finds himself in way over his head in this adaptation of Huanzhulouzhu’s fantasy novel.
Once thought lost, the first Journey to the West adaptation has survived – though not entirely intact.
Sha Wujing isn’t even the main villain of his own chapter in the first of a new Journey to the West film series.
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