Pic achieves its aim of conducting a quietly gripping examination of a marriage doomed by the inequality of its terms.
The idea that a human could become a kind of "zombie whisperer" is one of the bright new touches that "Wyrmwood" brings to a familiar scenario.
A gripping psychological drama set in the seediest quarters of Mumbai, the pic cleverly weaves fantasy and reality so that neither can be taken at face value.
A kimchi Western with a heavy helping of spaghetti and tasty trimmings of humor, "Kundo: Age of the Rampant" delivers a thoroughly entertaining if overlong gallop.
An engrossing slow-burn mystery about an apparently calm and collected crisis counselor whose past is linked to fanatical religious beliefs and doomsday prophecies.
The oft-told tale of a struggling actress seeking her first big break gets a juicy new spin in the psychodrama/body-horror hybrid "Starry Eyes."
A marvelously entertaining combo of haunted-house thriller, murder mystery and domestic comedy, "Housebound" marks a mighty impressive feature bow for Kiwi scripter-helmer-editor Gerard Johnstone.
A futuristic thriller that taps into contemporary fears about the rapid rise of surveillance technology.
This highly enjoyable romantic comedy from director Lai Chun-yu boasts considerable remake potential.
This claustrophobic psychodrama unfolds as a grisly single take for much of its running time.
Rarely has the topic of teenage bullying been examined in such detail as in this superbly constructed drama.