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.
Michelle Yeoh is in the movie. So I guess it’s Malaysian! But is it good?
This movie seems to want to create awareness about the existence of a professional wrestling organisation in Malaysia. But we can’t decide if it is a satire, parody, drama or even a film at all!
More Chinese New Year ads this year as usual! Too many maybe?
A sequel to J Revolusi, J2 sees Jay, who is now a bodyguard, race against time to save his boss, businessman Dato’ Hashim and his daughter Nadi, against a hostile hostage situation.
We talked about online film criticism in Malaysia, common film tropes and the export of South Korean culture.
Low Ngai Yuen’s film Orang Itu tells the tale of Mawar, an elderly mother who is on a mission to reconcile with her past.
An oldie but goldie!
The story of six women who are navigating through life with social media at the forefront.
A single mother actor is trying to revive her film career in a Southeast Asian Bourne Identity type of story.
This apparent tribute to frontliners is anything but!