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Chapman To's second feature film, The Empty Hands is not the martial arts fill you would expect. Its a powerful story about the parent-child relationship and how the interactions with one another can create a strong bond or great distance.

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Keep Rolling the portrait of Hong Kong director Ann Hui is the directorial debut documentary by Man Lim Chung. It charts the 40+ successful years of an artist who is  motivated, dedicated to the practices of film-making. It’s a rare opportunity to learn more about the leading ladies of Hong Kong's New Wave Scene.

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Asian Horror, Far East Asian Cinema, J-Horror, Japanese cinema, New Release, Sci-Fi, Terracotta Distribution, Trailer -

FinallyYudai Yamaguchi and Junichi Yamamoto's splatter genre classic, Meatball Machine from 2005 is available.

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Asian Horror, Far East Asian Cinema, J-Horror, Japanese cinema, korean cinema, Short Film -

With the release of Meatball Machine out next week, here are a two body horror short films which we know you'll like. Best to watch these during the day, as they are quite disturbing.

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Asian Horror, Far East Asian Cinema, J-Horror, Japanese cinema, Terracotta Distribution, Trailer -

“ Mister, are you an alien?” This films goes a lot more deeper than an alien parasite in the form of a chest hugger like crustacean, which sprouts a mass of tentacles engulfing it's human host, whilst controlling them via negative emotions. Meatball Machine is a splatter-gore sci-fi, with a sentimental love story at its core.  Yoji (Issei Takahashi - Kill Bill vol. 1&2), is a lonely and meek factory engineer compared to his testosterone charged co-workers. He is agonisingly shy and awkward, so much so, he can barely put a sentence together throughout most of the film. Especially, when on his lunch breaks he...

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