After humming along nicely for an hour, Korean costume spectacle "War of the Arrows" lets fly with a second half of nonstop action and excitement.
Angry ghosts run amok in a gated community in the tasty T-horror "Laddaland." Centered on an ambitious father who drags his wife and kids to a fancy new home he can't afford, sophomore feature by…
If the term "porn auteur" would be appropriate for anyone, it's probably 72-year-old Tadashi Yoyogi, the fascinating subject of "Yoyochu in the Land of the Rising Sex."
Social realism and slow-burn suspense combine to create solid if rather familiar results in "Amok."
A powerful study of a gay man seeking custody of the child he raised with his recently deceased partner, "In the Family" marks a remarkable debut by legit writer-director-actor Patrick Wang.
The pernicious effect of bullying is the theme of "The King of Pigs," a South Korean animation that's as tough as its title suggests and then some.
Although it doesn't offer a new chapter for the war-is-hell playbook, "The Front Line" is a solid if overlong chronicle of a South Korean unit slogging it out near the 38th parallel during the…
Pic is a good, old-fashioned war movie with spectacular action, a cast of thousands and a decent love story holding it all together.
India-U.S. co-production "Patang," a family drama set in Ahmedabad by helmer Prashant Bhargava, has claimed the Halekulani Golden Orchid Award for narrative feature at the 31st Hawaii International…
The unbreakable will of a poor mother who wants to take her children to the big top is the potent force driving "Watch Indian Circus."
Current trends in Filipino indie cinema are lampooned in "The Woman in the Septic Tank," a lively laffer about cynical filmmakers planning a "poverty porn" drama solely for the purpose of scoring…