Long in the tooth, Fikri and Muz finally bring it home, closing out their epic four-part series on horror cinema with Malaysian films.
Getting closer to the bullseye, Fikri and Muz take in horror cinema from Southeast Asia.
Continuing their discussion on horror, Fikri and Muz brings it closer to home, looking at films from the Asian continent.
Fikri and Muz takes a big bite of the horror genre, looking at its earliest years on the silver screen as well as how folk stories, urban legends, cultural and social panics are/were played and incorporated into films by the Western world.
Moderated by Athina Marzuki, this episode is a panel discussion about the film, ‘KAMI’, with the director Effendee Mazlan and Dr. Norman Yusoff.
Back to the bread and butter stuff, as Fikri and Muz chit chat about more news from Malaysian cinema.
The second of a two-parter sees Fikri and Wina conclude their discussion on the films of Studio Ghibli.
Fikri welcomes a colleague of his, Wina Widaningrum, to show to talk all things Ghibli Studios.