The sexiest thing about Fires at Midnight is its layered storytelling. Even the obligatory nasi lemak in this Malaysian game is more than meets the eye.
For Malaysians, real-life political dramas are almost a daily reality. But rarely are the power tussles made into movies with such a stark focus on what goes on behind the shadow play.
In most ways, The Ghost Bride – Netflix’s first Chinese-language original – is just like the Malaysian state of Malacca that it’s set in. A port city and… more
Award-winning Malaysian directors Quek Shiochuan and Ho Yuhang on filmmaking firsts, bromantic sparks and the strange experience of working with Netflix.
Ejen Ali: The Movie isn’t just fun and thrilling, but the rare example that franchise-based feature films can challenge and intrigue.
Wira entertains. Wira also frustrates.
Nina Wu is a prettily-crafted dumpling hiding some hard-to-digest meat. All the more reasons to dig in.
Boboiboy: The Movie 2 is the most frustrating movie I’ve watched this year.
Sometimes, getting lost isn’t all bad. If you get lost inside your own head, you might end up creating catchy tunes ala Lost Spaces.
Sisters forever, and what it means for horror.