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Film Review: Ley Lines (1999) by Takashi Miike

“Ley Lines” (1999) is the final part in Takashi Miike's thematically connected "Black Society Trilogy"...

Film Review: Soni (2018) by Ivan Ayr

Ivan Ayr’s indie feature debut “Soni” is a gentle but assertive work of social realism and...

Trailer for New Indonesian Film “The Night Comes For Us”

Indonesian director Timo Tjahjanto (“Killers”,  “Macabre”) has completed production on his latest production “The Night...

Documentary Review: Eastern Memories (2018) by Niklas Kullström, Martti Kaartinen

Gustaf John Ramstedt (1873-1950) is one of the most important individuals of the 20th century,...

Film Review: Champion (2018) by Kim Yong-wan

After the success of the blockbuster "Train to Busan," breakout star Ma Dong-seok has gained...

Dragon Ball Super: Broly descends on cinemas across Australia and New Zealand, January 24 2019

Excitement levels are over 9000 for the upcoming release of Dragon Ball Super: Broly, which...

Film Review: The Bird People in China (1998) by Takashi Miike

A rather unusual flick by Takashi Miike. No detached Body parts, no gory violence. Instead,...

Documentary Review: Dead Souls by Wang Bing (2018)

Wang Bing’s 506-minute documentary ‘Dead Souls’ fully captures the genuine stories of the people from...

Interview with Sky Wang: I actually didn’t choose this project, because the project chose me, in a way

Sky Wang is an award winning director. His debut feature film "Lost in Apocalypse" has...

Film Review: Life Goes On (2018) by Mia Yoon

An earthquake, a wave, a nuclear disaster. The prefectures Iwate, Miyagi, and Fukushima have been...