A deliriously high-concept and gleefully low-budget horror-comedy that mourns the dissolution of Hong Kong's core values since its handover to China in 1997.
Nghiem-minh Nguyen Vo's lushly lensed sci-fi thriller suffers from far-fetched plotting and dystopian cliches.
"Tamako in Moratorium" is a bittersweet family dramedy that could be a contempo variant on Ozu's "Late Spring," only instead of trying to marry off his daughter, this doting widower only prays the…
Easily the most ambitious cinematic rendition yet of the adventures of Buddhist monk Xuanzang and his three demigoblin disciples, "The Monkey King" nonetheless can't match the technical refinement or…
Dispelling much of the smoke around most cinematic depictions of firefighting, "As the Light Goes Out" reps an authentic-looking entry in the genre, delving into its characters' physical ordeals and…
Directed by Chi Po-lin, Taiwan's first aerial documentary is a visually rapturous survey of environmental crimes.
Alan Yuen's risibly implausible cops-and-robbers yarn plays more like a disaster movie than a crime saga.
Boy-band hottie T.O.P. makes a shrewd choice of anchor in Park Hong-soo's efficient thriller about a North Korean agent infiltrating a South Korean high school.
Repulsive and uninsightful, Jang Joon-hwan's ultra-violent action-thriller reeks of gratuitous bloodlust.
Ning Hao's nihilistic thriller is a Coen brothers-style Chinese picaresque replete with white-knuckle suspense and mean action sequences.
Zombies are domesticated as house pets and servants in Sabu's self-consciously grungy homage to classic silent horror-thrillers.