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The Game Changer Arrives On DVD/Blu-Ray From October 3

24 August 2017 8:02 AM, PDT

The Chinese action-packed gangster drama The Game Changer will be available on Digital, Blu-ray & DVD from October 3 from Well Go USA Entertainment. The adaptation of the TV series “Shanghai Bund”, which was set during the gang wars of 1930’s Shanghai, stars Peter Ho (Sword Master) and Huang Zitao (Railroad Tigers) as brothers united to bring down a powerful gangster (Wang Xueqi, Iron Man 3).

The Game Changer (2017) (Source: Well Go USA)

The Game Changer features Peter Ho in the role of Lin Zihao and Huang Zitao in the role of Fang Jie as two escaped prisoners who join one of the most powerful gangs in Shanghai, the Green Gang, as the right-hand men of Wang’s Tang Hexuan – the head boss. When Mr. Tang tries to gain total control over business dealings in Shanghai with the conspiracy in which Lin Zihao is the most important part, he discovers his closest »

- Quynh Nguyen

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Movies so bad that they’re fun: Review of Tokyo Gore Police

21 August 2017 4:42 PM, PDT

Have you ever seen a movie so bad, that as you were watching it, you paid less attention to what was going on and more to the fact that you’re still allowing your brain to process it? Have you ever seen a movie so bad that the longer you watch it, the more horrified and worried you become at the sheer size of the balls on the director and screenwriter? Like if they would go that far then what would they do next? I’m prepared to admit that in my exhaustive search to give you my opinions on some of the best Asian cinema out there…I have often come across the worst.

Now I too have seen the dark side. And its kung-fu is strong. One in particular that I just have to get off my chest is Tokyo Gore Police. I think a moment of horrified silence would be appropriate here. »

- The0racle

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The Best Movie Streaming Services For Asian Movie Fans

21 August 2017 3:45 PM, PDT

One of the biggest disadvantages if you live outside of the United States is you don’t necessarily have access to a number of terrific movie streaming services. Fortunately, you don’t have to count yourself completely out of luck. If you live in the Us and are a fan of Asian movies, there are options available to you. There are a diverse number of movie streaming services available all over the Internet. Some of them are perfect for Asian movie fans.


The official movie site of the China Movie Channel, an agency of the Chinese Government, is M1905. The name is derived from the year of the first Chinese language movie. This streaming service is among the elite for Asian movie fans as it offers a plethora of HD movies and videos. The site is always staying on top of things, releasing new movies as quickly as they can. »

- Caroline

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Obayashi’s “House” is a Stylistic Masterpiece

21 August 2017 8:16 AM, PDT

Nobuhiko Obayashi’s classic 1977 film, “House,” which is also known as “Hausu,” is a creative and dreamy psychedelic experience that has to be seen to be believed. What was supposed to be Japanese company, Toho’s answer to Spielberg’s “Jaws” became something entirely different. Sprouting from the imagination of Obayashi’s daughter, the film transformed into a bizarre creation truly of its own with use of a unique blend of practical and special effects, varied editing techniques, and beautiful set pieces. Originally panned by critics when it first got released in Japan for it’s absurdity, it has since gone on to become a cult classic among fans of Asian cinema all around the world, as well as many film critics today.

Enter the world of Obayashi.

The story of “House” begins with a high school student named, Gorgeous, who is excited for summer vacation, which she has plans to spend with her father. »

- Nicholas Richardson

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