The Villainess is portrayed in the form of Sook-Hee, a deadly female assassin who is recruited by a secret organisation and is transformed into a sleeper agent the government. She is given a new life, but just as things are starting to settle down, faces from her past live suddenly become targets in her new life.
This South Korean actioner had everyone talking over the late summer of 2017, the trailers gave the impression of South Koreas answer to John Wick. Does it deserve the comparison? » Read more
Bushwick tells the tale of Lucy (Brittany Snow), just your average girl making her way home for the holidays, yet, when she emerges from the subway with her partner, it is as if she has stepped into a parallel universal – war has broke out and military clad figures are shooting civilians on sight!
Her only ally appears in the form of Stupe (Dave Bautista), an ex-military figure who is trying get out of the city and reunite himself with his family in the country. What could possibly get in their way!? » Read more
The 2017 Halloween Horror Season kicks off in the 70’s w/ THE TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE (1974).
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Set during the Japanese occupation of Korea in the 1930’s, The Handmaiden tells the tale of a young pickpocket, Sookhee. Chosen by her cohorts to pose as a Handmaiden in the countryside where an elderly book collector lives with his Japanese heiress niece, Lady Hideko. The handmaiden is tasked with a hidden agenda to convince Lady Hideko to marry, Count Fujiwara, a friend of her uncles and secretly the swindler who pick Sookhee as the handmaiden. Their true plan is inherit their riches and rob them blind with Fujiwara and Sookhee share their plunders. But, does it go to plan? No! this is a Park Chan Wook film! » Read more
Renowned archaeologist Jack (Jackie Chan) and his team is approached by an Indian professor who tasks them to locate India’s lost Magadha treasure in snowy Tibet. Deep into their excavation they are swiped by a group of mercenaries led by Randall, a man claiming the treasure belonged to his ancestors and thus rightfully belongs to him. After a short scrap, Jack and his team are apprehended and left as Randall escapes with the treasure. The events that unfold sends Jack and his group on a fun filled globetrotting adventure!
Jackie Chan returns with Stanley Tong in simply one of the most puzzling films I have seen in recent years. Someone clearly made this film as a love letter to India and its rich culture. » Read more