Tags : Asian Horror Movies

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[Trailer] The Sadness 哭悲 Taiwanese Sci-Fi horror film

Check out the trailer from Taiwanese science-fiction horror film,  The Sadness《哭悲》. Directed by Rob Jabbaz, Sadness definitely has taken Taiwanese horror film to a gory new height. Although there are no much details when this film will be available outside Taiwan, we hope the rest of the world doesn’t have to wait too long for […]Read More

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Movie Review – Stigmatized Properties

Other than some anomalies in minor communities, the thought of someone’s death having a negative effect on us is common enough in Asian culture. This is after all, why some of us rather take a detour if there’s a funeral on our route, or perform some form of cleansing after encountering death. The whole 4D […]Read More

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Movie Review – Detention

Taiwan’s tenuous relationship with China has always been a sore point to explore in the media. DETENTION’s original incarnation as a video game struck both nerves and gold, for its placement of the time period during the White Terror in the country. The game won rave reviews for its innovative presentation style, beautifully rendered in […]Read More


Movie Review – Revenge of the Pontianak

Revenge of the Pontianak The Pontianak is a divisive creature. Sometimes a gorgeous woman, other times a blood-sucking ghoul, she is also a victim of her circumstances, as a woman who died during birthing. How she ends up as the two-faced, transforming monster, is lost forever to the annals of supernatural folklore. But her legacy […]Read More


Movie Review – Death Whisper (Sunyi)

DEATH WHISPER With middling efforts for his Danur, Awi Suryadi returns with a full-on homage to South Korea’s Whispering Corridors with his own Death Whisper. The fanboy moments range from the hangeul characters that appear during titling, to actual references to the original with the appearance of the DVD. And while this seems to point […]Read More


Movie Review – The 3rd Eye Reopens [Mata Batin 2]

The 3rd Eye Reopens [Mata Batin 2] This Indonesian title continues the story from the first chapter of the same name, and director Rocky Soraya brings back the sisters to solve the mystery of the persistent ghost in their house. It ends with the death of the younger sibling Abel (Bianca Hello) and Alia (Jessica […]Read More