Exuberantly silly "Remington and the Curse of the Zombadings" sends up Filipino horror, romance, gaysploitation and other genre cliches in service of a pro-tolerance message.
Ouchul Hwang and Ho Wen-shing make an adventuresome first-feature collaboration with this aesthetically if not always emotionally involving tale.
Koji Fukada's pleasant, Rohmeresque chamber piece might have benefited from bolder visual presentation.
Hirobumi Watanabe's surreal comedy is likely to strike viewers as either pointless or hilarious, or conceivably both.
Hideo Sakaki's manga adaptation is an oil-and-water mix of outrageous carnal comedy and disconcertingly earnest emotion.
A dog bears silent witness to various human-societal ills in this modest but accomplished drama.
Amin Jafari's film explores the generation gap in Iran with a certain high-intensity bravado before bogging down in the last lap.
After last year's excellent 'Bwakaw,' Filipino writer-director Jun Robles Lana is in more familiar melodramatic territory here.
Turning its low budget into a self-mocking plus, this umpteenth "Mad Max"-style dystopian actioner delivers trashy fun for genre fans.
Starring Anton Yelchin as a clairvoyant detective, this slick, watchable contraption represents yet another less-than-optimal Dean Koontz adaptation.
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