Ip Man 3 (Hong Kong, 2015)

The filmmakers who first brought the legendary Ip Man to the screen and kicked off a newfound resurgence of both Wing Chun and it’s most...

Chinese Zodiac (China/Hong Kong, 2012)

Chinese Zodiac, or CZ12 as it is known internationally is, in Jackie Chan’s own words, his “last big action movie” as he takes steps to¬†...

Accident (Hong Kong, 2009)

Stamped with the Milky Way seal of approval and coming from a director on a hot streak of strange, brutal but unique films, Accident sets to...

The Avenging Fist (Hong Kong, 2001)

Produced initially as a film based on the popular video game fighting franchise Tekken, The Avenging Fist was almost instantly slapped with a lawsuit and...

A Simple Life (Hong Kong, 2011)

Winner of four awards at the 68th Venice International Film Festival and with lead actress Deanie Ip breaking new ground for Asian cinema by being...

Little Big Soldier (Hong Kong, 2010)

A script twenty years in the making, Little Big Soldier, Jackie Chan’s 99th film, sees the action-legend takes the role of the titular Big, with...

Sky Blue (South Korea, 2005)

“How long has it been raining…forever ?” Sky Blue, the slightly (around 2 minutes) cut and dubbed version of the South Korean animated feature Wonderful...

The 2012 Korean Cinema Blogathon

Welcome to the VCinema mirror page for the 2012 Korean Cinema Blogathon! The Korean Cinema Blogathon is an event in which blogs all over the...

Enter The Phoenix (Hong Kong, 2004)

“Subtlety, thy name is not Enter The Phoenix.” This 2004 Hong Kong comedy, whose Chinese title literally translates as “Big Brother Loves Beauty” is an...

Merantau (Indonesia, 2009)

When Yuda, master of the Indonesian martial art silat must follow his native tradition and leave home as a young man to find success in...