The Light Shines Only There – Review

Mipo O delivers a tragic tale of love by the sea in this valiant but lacklustre drama that premiered at the 2015 Raindance Film Festival. Tatsuo (Gô Ayano), the drifter, is embroiled in a story of trauma...

The Swimmers – Review

The Thai master of suspense returns, after smash hit Laddaland, with his latest horror that dredges the murky depths of thriller cinema. The Swimmers at its core is a teen love-triangle horror. Sukdapisit...

The Grandmaster – Review

Wong Kar-Wai delivers an emotional, but explosive, love letter to the master of Wing Chun. Abundant slow motion and elegant close-ups regale a tale spanning decades in China and Hong Kong, but all that is just...

Partners In Crime – Review

Jung-Chi Chang explores the hidden personal detachments sown throughout Taiwanese culture in this atmospheric high school thriller, which quickly sets pace with a merry ghost hunt. We are launched into the...