There’s a lot of bark but not much bite in Kim Jee-Woon’s Wolf Brigade remake.
A young man struggles with identity and sexuality in a country that doesn’t know whether to accept or shun him in Garin Nugroho’s drama.
Haunted by the past, ghosts, and its own inability to keep a straight face for longer than one minute, Secrets of the Hot Spring is a fun, but messy Taiwanese horror-comedy.
In Michael Wong’s bite-sized horror, tattoos are always painful. [Screaming] I don’t often review films that can be watched, end credits and all, in less time than it takes for the kettle to boil. Mostly because not a lot of films exist that fit this criteria: after all it’s kind of difficult to fit your … Continue reading The Tattooist
Sha Wujing isn’t even the main villain of his own chapter in the first of a new Journey to the West film series.
In the third film, The Monkey King takes a back seat to the Tang Monk’s matters of the heart.
An abandoned dog learns to not rely on humans in Oh Seong-yun and Lee Chun-baek’s animated adventure.
A young girl can’t quite fit in with her family in Kim Jin-yu’s appealing drama.
The lives of seven friends are upturned when they let their phones do the talking.
A young woman wrestles with prejudice in this short, sweet documentary.
Studio Ponoc shows us what it has to offer with this hour-long trio of short films.
Fruit Chan's latest film offers us three men in a boat, but it’s a far cry from Jerome.