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Korean drama and movie fans on Netflix can expect more hits from Korea and more originals.
Yoon Sung-hyun's sophomore feature “Time to Hunt” blends capitalist apocalypse with classic heist thriller elements.
Starring Ha Jung-woo, Korean film “The Closet” blends horror with father-daughter bonding.
Japanese director Rikiya Imaizumi's personal drama “Mellow” is a soothing break from heavy-hitting fare.
Cinema Escapist reveals the top Hong Kong movies of 2019, across genres like action, crime, drama, comedy, and more.
Discover the top Chinese movies of 2019, ranging from comedies to animations, and action movies to deep dramas.
In Donnie Yen’s final kung fu film, action takes a backseat to China-US tensions and identity politics.
Directors Faria and Rao tell "a story that could only happen in Macao."
Danny Wong Hing Fan's directorial debut focuses on emotional wealth over material.
"Asian Stars: Up Next" winners from Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, India, the Philippines, and Japan highlighted social issues and online bullying at IFFAM 2019.