Auds seeking thrilling images and a chilled spine will find the largely hospital-set K-horror item "Epitaph" just what the doctor ordered.
An elegant combo of slow-burn romance and social realism set in a Thai village devastated by the 2004 tsunami.
Darezhan Omirbaev continues his minimalist ways with "Chouga," a reworking of "Anna Karenina" set in contempo Kazakhstan.
Mania Akbar delivers an ultra-personal meditation on life with cancer in "10 + 4.
Based on infamous mass murders in Bogota, pic makes the mistake (the first of many) of tackling three stories rather than one.
Someone or something is shooting unsuspecting drivers from a remote mountaintop in''King of the Hill'' a wilderness thriller with an unexpected streak of social conscience from Spanish director…
Picture a combination of "Local Hero" and "McCabe & Mrs. Miller" filtered through Emir Kusturica for a Japanese family-friendly market, and you might get Isao Yukisada's "Into the Faraway Sky."
A punk's gotta do what a punk's gotta do in "Crows: Episode 0," a feature by prolific Japanese maverick Takashi Miike.
So self-consciously hip it hurts, "Reclaim Your Brain" has "cool" written all over it.
A solid addition to the well-stocked library of Korean revenge mellers, "Who's That Knocking at My Door?" reps a promising debut by scripter-helmer Yang Hae-hoon.
Three childhood friends from the sticks climb the greasy pole of the '30s Shanghai underworld in "Blood Brothers."