Disturbing "mind" horror from David Cronenberg's son Brandon, Possessor explores identity issues with graphic violence and a sci-fi twist.
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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.
A better message than movie, Cut Throat City delves into the post-Katrina landscape and how inequality offered no out other than crime.
Gundala is a violent superhero flick from Indonesia that captures the country's own take on the genre with ahelping borrowed from Hollywood flicks.
Willing to go all-in on its immaturity while paying homage to the kung fu genre, Enter the Fat Dragon refuses to slow down.
A plodding, generic Western with Neal Bledsoe and AnnaLynne McCord, A Soldier's Revenge runs too long.
Challenging America's racist attitudes, Ip Man 4 isn't subtle, but has its heart in the right place to send off this real world inspiration.
A brutal action epic about the origins of Rome filmed in Italy, The First King is stylishly directed with blood-soaked set pieces.
Although adapted from centuries old literature, Ne Zha's story still holds relevance behind the showy, gorgeous animation.
Japanese director Takashi Miike's enthralling yakuza adventure, First Love, is packed with laughs and striking characters, reminiscent of Tarantino.
Battle of Jangsari recalls a forgotten part of the Korean war, using Megan Fox for star power, but throws its potential away.