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Tokyo Ghoul S (Movie Review)

Can this sequel to the 'Tokyo Ghoul' live-action film live up to the expectations for this dark horror franchise?

A Record of Sweet Murder (Movie Review)

A brutal and kinetically-injected "found footage" horror film dealing in the violence of humans more than the supernatural.

In the Realm of the Senses (1976) (Classic Film Review)

We revisit this steamy erotic classic from Nagisa in our latest classic film review

Raise the Red Lantern (1991) (Classic Film Review)

A masterfully filmed drama that served as China's opening salvo to the world after 1989's Tiananmen Protests.

Tokyo Ghoul (TheaterByte Movie Review)

An often gory and occasionally successful live-action adaptation of the popular manga series.

Free and Easy (TheaterByte Movie Review)

A thought-provoking parable on the rule of law, morality, and the fabric of society set in the desolate region of Northern China.

Okja (TheaterByte Movie Review)

Netflix's latest self-produced original feature film is Korean director Bong joon-ho's environmentalist-adventure that features a breakout performance by a young newcomer, stunning CGI, but little else.

Pandora (TheaterByte Movie Review)

This first pre-purchased Korean nuclear disaster thriller film from Netflix will keep viewers on the edge of their seats.

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