Films like ‘Mat Kilau’ and other mainstream blockbuster films tend to have a very high level of influence on society.
A fictionalised story of the real Malay hero Mat Kilau who fought the British colonisers in late 1800s directed by blockbuster filmmaker Syamsul Yusof.
What is the point of achieving zero deaths from Covid-19 in a day when the people who have remained alive will eventually starve and struggle?
Adrian Teh comes out with another film. Very prolific director! But, is this psychological thriller any better than his previous films?
Who is confused? Are anyone of us confused? I still am trying to figure out this group of people who are constantly confused.
11 years after this film was completed, it finally gets a cinema release. Based on Jit Murad’s 2002 play, could this film be the quintessential Malaysian film?
The decision by the Malaysian government can be seen as very significant since we are in a region where the death penalty is often used.
Three widows from a small village go on a mission to attend their favourite singer’s final concert.
They were supposed to be the band that I would grow old with – like my parents’ Rolling Stones.
It’s that time of the year when we crap on local Hari Raya ads!
8-year-old Ah Keat sets off in search of the mythical nightmare-eating creature in the forest, hoping it will bring his father back to life. Written and directed by Taiwan-based Malaysian Kethsvin Chee.