With an abundance of energy, and some incredible cinematography, Kim Jee-Woon brings much-needed life to the Western genre.
Yasujiro Ozu gives us a quiet, musing mini-masterpiece about childhood in his 1932 silent comedy-drama.Read more "I Was Born, But…"
Takashi Miike tackles honour and humanity in this carefully-crafted samurai dramaRead more "Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai"
A so-so dub does nothing to lessen this great piece of HK action cinema.Read more "Drunken Master II"
Hardly Zhang Yimou’s best film, The Great Wall features some good ideas but is mostly boringRead more "The Great Wall"
Sammo Hung’s take on horror-comedy is funny if sometimes pretty standardRead more "Encounters of the Spooky Kind"
It might not be the most frightening of films, but it has atmosphere in bucketsRead more "Kuroneko"