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.
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!
This is a Malaysian film adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s play ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’.