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The Sleep Curse

Herman Yau and Anthony Wong reunite for a grisly supernatural horror that tells parallel narratives in the 90s and Japanese-occupied Hong Kong.
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SIFF 2017: Cook Up a Storm (Raymond Yip, 2017)

One of only two Hong Kong films to be playing at SIFF this year is this cooking film from star Nicholas Tse and director Raymond Yip. 662 more words

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FilMart: Fox Sets ‘Trading Floor’ as First Premium Asian Miniseries (EXCLUSIVE)

Fox Networks Group has set five-part financial thriller “Trading Floor” as its first foray in Asia into high-end original miniseries production.

The move underscores a global trend towards investment in and production of premium series by pay-TV groups and leading over-the-top streaming video platforms. 400 more words


Pulling Mussels From A Shell: Cook Up A Storm movie review

Hong Kong star Nicholas Tse’s latest vehicle, Cook Up A Storm (CUAS) opens in North America in very very limited release this weekend. As both an Asian film scholar and… 1,320 more words


Cook Up A Storm

The culinary strengths of East and West go head-to-head in Raymond Yip’s cheerfully frivolous new comedy, when a high-end French restaurant opens on the same Hong Kong street as a traditional dai pai dong.
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REVIEW: Ip Man - The Final Fight (2013)

2013, Emperor Motion Pictures/National Arts Films Productions Limited

Herman Yau
Checkley Sin
Albert Lee
Cherry Law
Catherine Hun
Checkley Sin (story) 873 more words

Action Films

Hard Boiled

John Woo delivers action and character depth yet again in this iconic Hong Kong crime film

“I told you to leave this case alone.”

It’s hard to figure out exactly what master of action direction John Woo is best known for. 965 more words