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.
Kim Jee-woon's 30-minute spy thriller showcases the visual potential of ScreenX, a new 270-degree exhibition system.
This stately but not overwrought Korean production is an elegant vehicle for its strong cast.
Despite its crude scripting, this superbly paced and shot South Korean thriller from writer-director Huh Jung cunningly manipulates our primal fears.
Ahn Seong-kyoung's achingly tender story of an unconventional couple and their cat taps into a wellspring of emotions.
Tightly directed and performed by an emotionally attuned cast, Junichi Kanai's first feature explores the subject of date rape with empathy and insight.