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31 Days of Horror: DREAM HOME

Sick, depraved, and deviant horror movies have pushed their limits over the years, so much so that films like Ichi the Killer, Machine Girl, and… 535 more words


Movie Review: War of The Arrows

Review by: Mark Brereton

Sky Movies described War of the Arrows as “Korea’s House of Flying Daggers, hard to imagine a more enjoyable movie”. I would have to say it’s more akin to An Empress and the Warriors, with more turns and adrenalin. 332 more words


Printed Rainbow

Director: Gitanjali Rao
Release Date: May 2006
Rating: ★★★★

An old woman lives in a little flat and uses her collection of matchboxes to dream away to more adventurous lives. 163 more words


Might do a review soon...

Just before hitting university again my mom and I found the time to watch Rashômon by Akira Kurosawa this weekend. To be honest, the film gave me lots of stuff for thought, but I’d like to start with unraveling the mystery of the murder from tidbits we get during the confessions. 17 more words

Akira Kurosawa

Takashi Miike to be honored with 2014 Maverick Director Award at Rome Film Festival

Prolific Japanese filmmaker Takashi Miike will be the recipient of the 2014 Maverick Director Award at the upcoming Rome Film Festival, event organizers announced today. 306 more words

Japanese Films

News Blast #7: Dragons and Tigers & Best New Director Award

For over 25 years, VIFF has presented one of the world’s largest and most adventurous collections of East Asian cinema. This tradition continues with another inspired selection of films. 128 more words


Cinemalaya 2014 (Part 5)

Dagitab (Giancarlo Abrahan)

Almost every aspect of Dagitab, from the story and direction to the cast and technical details, makes it a cut above the rest of the entries in this year’s Cinemalaya. 1,125 more words