Originally published on Lens, Andrew Ng considers the enjoyment of exploring fear through horror films.
Not a review of the Korean film, Adi Iskandar finds that James Lee’s ‘Two Sisters’ latest effort hits all the right spots all the same.
Fikri Jermadi saw Joko Anwar’s latest flick between his fingers, then tapped his fingers on the keyboard to write this review.
On the home stretch, people! We bring in the new year with the final part of the epic-ish discussion on horror films. In this episode, we finally… Read more “Thoughts on Films – Episode 41: Hello, Malaysia! (part 4)”
Ladies and gentlemen, we hope the holiday season has found you to be merry and jolly all at the same time! Not that we’re about to discuss… Read more “Thoughts on Films – Episode 40: Hello, ASEAN! (part 3)”
OK, so the moon is no longer red, werewolves are no longer howlin’ and the vamps and ghouls already went back to their crypts, but if anything…that’s the… Read more “Thoughts on Films – Episode 38: Hello, Win! (part 1)”
Fikri Jermadi shouldn’t be surprised that a lot of people lost their head in a film called ‘Penanggal’. I’m writing this review with thunderous roars ringing in… Read more “Losing Heads – Penanggal”
Fikri Jermadi went undercover while watching this film (as in, he got under his sheets). The media on which we watch something has a chance of influencing how… Read more “Damn Terror – Jelangkung”