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Film Review: Walk With Me 雙魂 (2019) - Malaysia / Hong Kong

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Film Review: Walk With Me 雙魂 (2019) - Malaysia / Hong Kong

Walk With Me 雙魂 (2019) - Malaysia / Hong Kong   Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia) Help us continue to cover more Asian and Martial Art films by making a donation to Neo Film Blog below. Malaysian filmmaker Ryon Lee continues his fusion of Malaysian and Hong Kong filmmaking with the atmospheric bit part horror and psychological thriller “Walk With Me”. With good performances from the hard working Michelle Wai and welcoming veterans display of Anna Ng, Emily Kwan and Richard Ng, the film tries hard to revoke J-Horror films as well as Hollywood counterparts. The film works at times...

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Film Review: Adieu 告別之前 (2018) - Hong Kong

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Film Review: Adieu 告別之前 (2018) - Hong Kong

Adieu 告別之前 (2018) - Hong Kong     Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   One of the biggest issue with the well meaning and manufactured “tear-jerker” film about death, life end of journey and cancer is poor filmmaking techniques from the basics to handling strong dramatic scenes. Yes, there will be bound to be a few tears, but mostly forced out of the end of life situations than the developed storyline or plot. There is a lot of good things to say and end of life message the film tries extremely hard to portray, but none...

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Film Review: The Sleep Curse (2017) - Hong Kong

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Film Review: The Sleep Curse (2017) - Hong Kong

The Sleep Curse (2017) - Hong Kong Reviewed by Andrew ChanScreened at this year's HKIFF, veteran of the gore fest genre Anthony Wong and Herman Yau reunites for the blood thirsty Horror/thriller Sleep Curse. It's been a long while since the pair made the 90s cult classics in Ebola and Untold Story and this one is rather tame in comparison save for two standout opening sequence and finale. Which isn't necessary a bad thing, but those looking for outright gore and shock horror will not be totally impressed. The Japanese occupation and traitor segments seem like a totally different film...

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