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'The Age of Shadows'

Overtly stylised Korean film noir, The Age of Shadows is a beautifully filmed cloak-and-dagger twisting narrative as the Korean Resistance attempt to move explosives from Shanghai into Seoul to move against the 1930s Japanese occupation. 68 more words


AAAFF 2016: "After the Storm" review

“After the Storm” will make you fall in love with cinema all over again.

Review by Dana Summers and Shadan Larki

Hirokazu Koreeda is an icon of Japanese cinema and after watching his latest film “After the Storm,” it’s clear that he is worthy of such stature. 593 more words

TV & Film

'Joe Cinque's Consolation'

A clunky, stilted film, the lack of creative experience on and off screen undermines the telling of this fascinating (but horrific) true story.

In 1997, Anu Singh killed her boyfriend, Joe Cinque, by administering a fatal dose of heroin having earlier sedated him with Rohypnol. 103 more words


Austin Asian American Film Fest returns this weekend

Film buffs, your local Asian American film festival is back and bigger than before.

The 9th annual Austin Asian American Film Festival will feature narrative films, documentary films, and short films from a variety of Asian countries such as Japan, Vietnam, China, South Korea, India, and much more! 258 more words

TV & Film

'The Handmaiden'

Sexually explicit, exquisitely filmed, quietly sensual, Chan-wook Park’s (Oldboy, Stoker) (loose) adaptation of Sarah Waters’ best seller is luridly mesmerising over its 150 minute run-time. 35 more words


Continuous Play Episode 3

Selected by BiggaBush

01 Faust – No Harm (extr.) (Virgin)

02 The Flock – Uranian Circus (extr.) (CBS)

03 The Brims – Anti Ganja (extr.) (Now Again) 135 more words