Sono Sion’s latest film Tokyo Tribe is a sci-fi rap musical spectacle that only spring from his wild imagination.
A Joseon Admiral faces off against an invading horde of 300 Japanese ships with his tiny fleet of twelve in this thrilling South Korean historical epic.
An unusual Yakuza film with an almost supernatural twist.
The beautiful Fan Bingbing and the beautiful visuals can’t save this confusing, poorly edited film.
An average man feeds his masochism with a bevvy of sexy dominatrices until it gets out of control in the dark comedy R100.
Back to 1942 (一九四二) is a beautifully filmed epic that tells the story of China’s devastating wartime famine in Henan.
A group of devoted filmmakers is caught up in the clash of two rival yakuza clans in this over-the-top comedy crime thriller from writer/director Sono Sion.
The Last Supper looks stupendous, but that’s about all this dull historical drama has going for it.
Studio Ghibli’s magical fantasy Pom Poko with its anthropomorphic raccoons arrives in a fine Blu-ray edition courtesy of Disney.
Three factions try to hunt down a whale that swallowed the emperor’s royal seal in this Korean comedy/adventure set at the dawn of the Joseon Dynasty.