Although it won't have auds in stitches at every turn, Irish comic horror pic "Stitches" gets decent mileage out of a scuzzy clown who returns from the dead and sets about getting the last laugh on…
Exiled Iranian filmmaker Mohsen Makhmalbaf and his son Maysam debate the personal and political roles of religion in entertaining docu "The Gardener."
A tightly constructed slow-burn thriller about a 28-year-old man haunted by his participation in a gang rape 10 years earlier, "Fatal" marks an outstanding feature debut by South Korean…
The power of performing arts to restore hope to damaged young lives is marvelously captured in "Still I Strive," an uplifting chronicle of the curriculum at the National Action Culture Assn…
Two mismatched Indonesians get to know each other in Busan in appealing if overlong romancer "Hello Goodbye."
As grueling as it gets, "National Security" relentlessly depicts the torture of a political prisoner in the twilight of South Korea's military dictatorship.
Religion, morality and politics combine powerfully in "Apparition," U.S.-based Filipino helmer Vincent Sandoval's outstanding sophomore feature.
The hardscrabble existence of Chinese Burmese refugees in Thailand is examined in "Poor Folk," an absorbing sophomore feature by Burma-born, Taiwan-based multihyphenate Midi Z.
Overstuffing the plot to the point of confusion early on, Hong Kong crimer "Cold War" warms up considerably thereafter, but its false start will likely prevent many auds from fully engaging with the…
Opening as a reasonably amusing "American Pie"-like account of a randy Hong Kong teenager's sexual awakening, "Due West: Our Sex Journey 3D" gradually becomes flaccid.