Thank Father that's finally over.
Everything breaks apart sooner or later, literally and metaphorically, in Studio Colorido’s latest animated adventure.
The Fullmetal Alchemist movies continue to be visually pretty but as void as the inside of Gluttony.
In Takana Shirai’s directorial debut a young girl must travel about 500 miles on foot in order to feed some gods.
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.
Needlessly serious, this reimagining of Sun Wukong's origin isn't what I would call good, but it's a blast to watch nonetheless.
Boys rule, girls drool in Corey Yuen and Patrick Leung’s aged-like-milk fantasy.
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.
Director Fumihiko Sori enters the Gate of Truth and shows us that transforming animation to live action can be just as horrific and dangerous as human transmutation.
It surely shouldn’t take a fantasy psychodrama to learn that bad things happen when you drill holes in people’s heads.