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.
A seething, slow-burning, and atmospheric horror film that deals in the darker side of the human condition rather than the paranormal.
A visually stunning but often confusing fantasy epic from first time feature film directors Zhao Xiaoding and Anthony LaMolinara.
This visually stunning horror-fantasy wuxia film from King Hu has been restored to its full three-hour length in a new 4K restoration for the first time since its original release.
Director Shimomura Yûji, who comes from he world of stunt coordination, uses his and Tak’s abilities superbly crafting what he calls his “Zero Range Combat” for a solid martial arts thriller in ‘Re: Born’
Miike Takashi’s 100th film is a blood-soaked modern chambara that should satisfy his fans and fans of the genre with its relentless action and the heart at its core.
‘Wolf Warrior 2’ is filled with nonstop action that can go toe-to-toe with any Hollywood film.
A lavish and gorgeously filmed Asian historical epic that is light on exposition but phenomenal on visuals and action.
Film Movement offers a beautiful new HD transfer of Takeshi “Beat” Kitano’s visually stunning, quiet and visceral 1997 Golden Lion winner.