A poignant look at isolated teenagers coming of age in the internet age
Slow-burning, intense, and taut thriller that grabs you with its understated beauty, high level of intelligence, and powerful performances.
A heartfelt and beautifully filmed delight that doesn’t suffer from or feel naive in its absence of cynicism.
Not a great film by any means, the cast of co-eds would be the only redeeming quality to this amateurish exploitation horror production.
Even with its painfully slow and deliberate pacing one still doesn’t get much more insight into Rodin the man, just his lifestyle.
These two classics have been newly restored in 4K and presented fantastically in a feature-rich set on Blu-ray by Eureka Entertainment
‘I Am a Hero’ offers a decent entry into the crowded zombie film genre
This action-packed sequel to 2016’s Operation Mekong does not disappoint and will leave you exhausted from the thrills.
Watch this 1967 classic and see where most of what you know about wuxia films today got its spectacular start.
‘The Mimic’ returns to the classic North Eastern Asian-style of horror films made popular in films like ‘Ring’ but fails to sustain its atmosphere or a coherent story beyond the first half of the film.