One of the most expensive and highest-grossing Filipino films of all time, "Heneral Luna" is a rousing, warts-and-all portrait of Gen. Antonio Luna, the brilliant and brusque strategist whose command…
Compelling, surprising and tenderly performed, this low-key arthouse title deserves further distribution and clearly marks its co-directors as talents to watch.
Annika Iltis and Timothy Kane's debut feature docu finds plenty of rooting interest and colorful characters in a competition whose willful perversity brings an inevitable, generous side helping of…
Cleverly switching between noir thriller and absurdist black comedy in a way that throws into relief the perils of conformity and paranoia in a transitioning state, "Honey Night" offers hope for the…
"Violator" is an atmospheric, quasi-apocalyptic supernatural chiller about strange happenings that take place in Manila while a typhoon bears down on the city.
Jagged, ragged and darkly hilarious, "The Naked DJ" consists of one long rant by Singaporean underground musician X' Ho about his country and late supreme leader Lee Kuan Yew.
"The Kids" is an engaging and convincing drama about the emotional and financial challenges faced by a Taipei teenage couple who become parents while still at school.
Being a homebody is taken to psychosexual extremes in the fable-like "The House by the Bamboo Grove."
Provocative doc examines why those in need aren't always thankful for giving — and what can be done to better improve their situation.
Offering a slightly skewed angle on Mary Shelley's classic tale, Paul McGuigan's "Victor Frankenstein" stitches together a patchwork of ideas — some new and novel, some pilfered and tired.
This fictive sketch of fanatical Christian anti-abortion activists terrorizing a rural community makes up in brute power whatever it lacks in subtlety.