Ip Man: Awakening details Ip Man's younger days in Hong Kong providing impressive fights and little else of note.
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An attempt to portray anxiety and mental health through the lens or airline horror, Row 19 fails in connecting through its story.
The Long Night is a nicely-crafted indie frightfest for genre fans with surprise appearances by Deborah Kara Unger and Jeff Fahey leaving their mark.
A nicely animated adventure tale from China, Monkey King Reborn once again plucks from familiar folklore with solid action.
An uninspired martial arts flick from Malaysia, Silat Warriors delivers decent fights but hammy storytelling and predictable cliches.
Two sensational, best-in-class fight scenes make Hydra worth it, even if the rest lacks an engaging story.
An interesting, small-scale WWII story, The Great War of Archimedes becomes a stand-in for the entirety of Japan's war effort.
The Korean box-office winner Deliver Us from Evil produces bloody violence and crowd-pleasing action as two popular stars duke it out.
Jiyang Ziya is a beautifully animated Chinese fantasy epic with strong characters and Hollywood polish.
Disturbing "mind" horror from David Cronenberg's son Brandon, Possessor explores identity issues with graphic violence and a sci-fi twist.
A decent zombie flick, Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula lacks the ingenuity seen in the first film, choosing to follow Hollywood trends.
Broil is a slick supernatural thriller that boasts a strong screenplay and wonderfully sinister characters.