There's something rotten around here and it may not be the swine
Jia Zhang-ke's new film shows that time waits for no-one
Rock, Paper, Scissors - THE MOVIE
Three stories directed by three directors set in China
If you can figure this out you're way better than we are
...but not in a good way
Time will transform mountains and rivers but will our hearts remain the same?
A matter of life and death...
Kung Fu Yoga is the type of Asian fusion that leaves you feeling drained and a little nauseous. If you want Jackie Chan-style action go back to his earlier films
I Am Not Madame Bovary
Ben Pinsent hops on a train with Jackie Chan, in his new film Railroad Tigers, to ask if he is still the little train that can?
Ben Pinsent looks at the Blu Ray release of the newest Wuxia film from Lu Yang The Brotherhood of Blades
A Chinese epic comes to the UK on DVD, Ben Pinsent looks to see if it is worth the wait
A masterful evocation of friendship and love in times of historical changes
Something is rotten in the state of China. John reviews Ye Lou's revelatory modern thriller
Resident Evil 6 coming November 2012.
A powerful account of the Rape of Nanking, one of the worst atrocities of the Second World War.
Wayne Wang's second feature takes a more gentle Ozu-like approach to the lives of one Chinese-American family in San Francisco and is presented in a restored and reformatted UK DVD.
Wayne Wang's debut feature, relating the experience of Chinese-American migrants as a noir thriller, comes to UK DVD in a fully restored edition.