A cab driver and his passenger play a game of wits in Kim Joon-ha’s tense short.
Four blundering policemen must choose between food and their jobs in Phuwanit Pholdee and Chanon Yingyong’s buddy comedy.
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.
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.
Empty hands and empty hearts take centre stage in Chapman To’s sports drama.
Are you tired of competently-made Journey to the West films? Don’t worry. Two Princesses has you covered.
You might have seen everything Jailbreak has to offer before, but this Cambodian martial arts thriller still has its moments.
Saiki Kusuo’s live-action film is just like his life: an absolute disaster.
Two wayward sons must adapt to the old ways at a tense family funeral.
I look at Takashi Miike’s adaptation of the world-famous manga – for those who aren’t too familiar with it.
It’s tradition vs haute cuisine in Raymond Yip’s culinary comedy-drama.