April 11, 2019

Zebraman

Takashi Miike is a genius that seems to crack out two to three movies every year. One would think that such a non-stop creative explosion would […]
April 11, 2019

Memories Of Matsuko

An obese bag lady is found beaten to death, her family is told and her father, unable to deal with the aftermath, asks his disenfranchised son […]
April 11, 2019

Chocolate

Readers of this site know about my love affair with Japanese cinema, and I’m also a huge fan of Chinese and Korean movies. The Thai film […]
April 11, 2019

Shadowless Sword

(Korean, 2005) Directed by Kim Young-jun. Making excellent use of the kind of wirework that’s been used in Chinese films, the characters often defy gravity in a tasteful, elegant manner. This, combined with excellent fight choreography and stunning cinematography, will leave even the most hardened fan of the genre with a contented smile on his face.