Most auds are likely to feel well rewarded by the time daylight breaks and life-changing events in the characters' lives have played out.
Obsessions with physical appearances, social status and material possessions are viewed with an intelligently critical eye in "The Liar."
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.