This isn’t a horror film. It’s a horror-ble film!
Could this be the best Malaysian action cop movie so far?
The Travesty That is Hollywood’s Bohemian Rhapsody By Sheril A. Bustaman I can’t tell you exactly when I started listening to Queen because it has been as much a part […]
If you think that sappy stories are not your thing, then think again. Guang is a movie about two brothers who struggle to make their way through a very challenging life.
The plot of two women coming together to help save a shelter for troubled female teens is already milestones more feminist compared to the first Gol & Gincu plot line.
Sheril A. Bustaman speaks to Deva Apparasamy, a Hindu priest and also a university lecturer. He speaks about balancing being a priest and educator, what Diwali is about and also sheds light on the Hindu community in Malaysia.
A girl gets raped and seven university students get cursed in a bungalow. Yes, another horror film.
It is an unspoken rule that when two people get married, they absolutely must have a wedding reception under the guise of celebration and love.
Sheril A. Bustaman interviews Faisal Saeed Al Mutar, an Iraqi-born satirist, human-rights activist and writer who was admitted to the United States as a refugee in 2013.
With 81 years and two other remakes between the two films, how does the narrative of this melodrama hold up with the woke audience of today?
Is this a parody of all the Malaysian cop movies, or is it a failed parody that ends up parodying itself? What?