The political intrigue around the 1979 assassination of South Korean dictator Park is retold in this sometimes slow but still gripping thriller.
A riveting, slow-burning Scandi-noir about love, grief, and obsession.
A gorgeous cyberpunk film about the philisophical questions around conquering death that quickly degrades into typical action fodder.
Can this sequel to the ‘Tokyo Ghoul’ live-action film live up to the expectations for this dark horror franchise?
In our latest classic film review, Marialena dissects Tati’s classic ‘Playtime’ and gives her thoughts on the good and the bad of it.
A small-scale neo-noir tale of life in small-town Iceland that is heartfelt yet dry-eyed.
A brutal and kinetically-injected “found footage” horror film dealing in the violence of humans more than the supernatural.
We revisit this steamy erotic classic from Nagisa in our latest classic film review
A masterfully filmed drama that served as China’s opening salvo to the world after 1989’s Tiananmen Protests.
A modern day masterpiece that will no-doubt be regarded as one of the best films of all time in the coming years