10 Upcoming Asian Movies You Need To Know About

Collective Invention


Something of a lighter note, for a change. This film sounds all kind of crazy and tells the story of Gu, a poor guy who got paid $300 to take-part in an experiment….that went horribly wrong.

Gu began a strange transformation and as you can see from the above picture, Gu has slowly mutated into a half-man, half-fish. Sounds like this could be a lot of fun.


Tag is one of the new films from Sion Sono who seems to be one of the hardest working men in Asian cinema. I had problems with the screener I received for this movie so a review was not possible but it has been on the watch-list, so I will get one happening at some point.

Tag is based on a novel by Riaru Onigokko by Yusuke Yamada

The film looks to have complete carnage and a body-count that looks like it will EXPLODE into triple figures – I watched a scene with bus full of happy school kids that all loose their heads, that one scene had about 40 people get decapitated …and it happened in the blink of an eye – I am looking forward to seeing more inventive killings, looks like a lot of fun.

SPL 2: A Time For Consequences

The follow-up to 2005’s Hong Kong action classic, SPL: Kill Zone. The original saw Donnie Yen play a retired cop brought back in to help bring down a notorious crime syndicate.

Now, over ten years later a sequel has now surfaced. Ten years seem like enough time to get a worthy sequel together and it looks like they hae got a serious ass-kicking cast on board including Tony Jaa.

Tony Jaa plays a prison guard who must protect a prisoner from getting killed by inmates. Jaa’s character has a very sick daughter and this prisoner is the correct bone-marrow match to save her.

For him to save his daughter , he must take-on an entire prison . Expect a lot elbows and knees to the head and stunning fight choreography that will make jaws drop to the floor.

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