Film Movement offers a beautiful new HD transfer of Takeshi “Beat” Kitano’s visually stunning, quiet and visceral 1997 Golden Lion winner.
A delightful 1990s romantic comedy from Ang lee about a gay man using a straight marriage as a cover to hide his sexuality from his conservative parents.
A thought-provoking parable on the rule of law, morality, and the fabric of society set in the desolate region of Northern China.
A naive handmaiden and a beautiful heiress are drawn together in this erotic Korean mystery drama that hits on all cylinders.
This parable of the ravages of war and male greed mixed with a paranormal ghost story is one of the greats of Japanese cinema — newly restored on Blu-ray from the Criterion Collection.
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.
This first pre-purchased Korean nuclear disaster thriller film from Netflix will keep viewers on the edge of their seats.
Director Ding Sheng and Jackie Chan reunite for this flawed yet still enjoyable popcorn action film that mixes humor with exhilarating action sequences.
Daniel Wu returns to Asian cinema in this incomprehensible, futuristic Hong Kong thriller about a pharmaceutical company’s potential cancer cure.
Dazzling choreography and heart-pounding action are underpinned by a solid script in this instant classic wuxia film from director Lu Yang.