There’s a lot of bark but not much bite in Kim Jee-Woon’s Wolf Brigade remake.
Music, bubbles, parkour and fairy tales are wildly smashed together in Wit Studio’s bizarre romantic sci-fi.
A big, bad wolf faces the consequences of the life he’s chosen in Mamoru Oshii and Hiroyuki Okiura’s dystopian sci fi.
The future sure is yellow in the last of Takashi Miike’s DoA trilogy.
There isn’t a talking candlestick in sight in Mamoru Hosoda’s sci fi fairy tale.
Despite its exciting premise, the stakes have never been lower in Zhang Chong’s strange psycho-fantasy.
Lasers, robots, dogfights and a charmingly rogueish cast make for a wonderfully over the top space opera epic.
Nothing really gels together in Kevin Ko and Peter Tsi’s massively overstuffed genre clusterfuck.
A trio of kids work to understand just what the hell is going on in Studio Colorido’s fantasy/sci-fi adventure.
Saiki Kusuo’s live-action film is just like his life: an absolute disaster.
Paranoia, trust and terror dominate one of Japan’s most iconic pieces of dystopian cinema.
Misery begets misery in Ho Wi Ding’s crime drama.