Five directors direct five different stories of frontliners in Malaysia during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Aliens come to earth and invade the planet by invading the minds of humans.
It’s Malaysia’s own Top Gun!
Three dirty old men act very desperately to court three young women in the small town of Jelebu.
A family man decides to return to his hometown to visit his siblings who he had shared a childhood with where both their parents were possessed by demons and died.
Kuman Pictures are back with the third challenge where they made a call for entries for short horror films on YouTube. We list our Top Three from their shortlist.
A semi-comedic and semi-campy film about interracial marriage (Malay and Chinese lah… what else!).
This horror movie is bad. That’s all you need to know. But we do talk extensively about the role of marketing and promotions in the success of a film.
A fictionalised story of the real Malay hero Mat Kilau who fought the British colonisers in late 1800s directed by blockbuster filmmaker Syamsul Yusof.
Adrian Teh comes out with another film. Very prolific director! But, is this psychological thriller any better than his previous films?
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?