Raihaanun delivers a stark and raw yet sterling performance to become the soul of this powerful story about sexual trauma.
Tetsuya Nakashima’s horror devices a long list of plot twist mechanisms simultaneously and enticingly in one grand, yet campy and long-winded horror that demands full attention.
Wiro Sableng smartly plays out on one of the source material’s finest advantage—exotic world building and exquisite characters—to craft a real blockbuster treat, despite all the flaws.
Sebelum Iblis Menjemput is the prodigal cousin of Evil Dead.
Kafir is a well-crafted horror of local occultism culminating in visceral, over-the-top payback.
Presenting a sharp (but not unusual) blend of exaggerated sibling-rivalry dramedy and sweet romcom, Brother of the Year crafts a heartwarming comedy with unexpected (but effectively presented) turn.
The ABCD of Love is muddled with convoluted plot and loose threads.
In a cruel world, a widow refuses to surrender & decides to fight back against patriarchal tyranny in a four-act-structure story.
Review: Hujan Bulan Juni (literally ‘June’s Rain), an adaptation of Sapardi Djoko Damono’s poetic novel, presents a complicated yet colorful romance thread between two lecturers. There are lots more than modest love story and exchanging of poems in the plot; […]