Accident Man

Sticking to its sweary and sometimes seedy roots ‘Accident Man’ knuckle sandwiches the audience with a rowdy onslaught of despicable characters, fruity language and searing fight action.

Review by Andrew Skeates

Reviews

  • Accident Man

    Sticking to its sweary and sometimes seedy roots ‘Accident Man’ knuckle sandwiches the audience with a rowdy onslaught of despicable characters, fruity language and searing fight action.

  • The Young Rebel

    Though the overly moral message may deter some, there’s more than enough rough and tumble scraps to entertain fight fans and a host of strong performances from the leads as well as a thoroughly involving story to engage most everyone else.

  • Love Education

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    A poignant family drama with dashes of dry humour, ‘Love Education’ is a film that director and star Sylvia Chang can be suitably proud of.

  • Valley Of The Fangs

    From opening credits that ape the Spaghetti Westerns of the period to its surprising epilogue wrap-up, ‘Valley of the Fangs’ is an equally surprising and unexpected hidden gem.

  • The Great Passage

    Only in Japan would a book like ‘The Great Passage’ catch the public imagination, only in Japan would someone then think that this might translate to the big screen and only in Japan would it be a rousing success.

  • The Lady Hermit

    ‘The Lady Hermit’ still manages to stand up well decades on as an extremely entertaining, if not extremely gory, example of the Shaw Brothers armed combat films in their prime.

Trailers & News

  • Anime Update #8

    The first trailer arrives for the new Godzilla anime movie, the original City Hunter returns in animated form, and the cast of ‘My Hero Academia’ collaborate with the Marvel cinematic universe.

  • Theatrical & VOD release: ‘Vampire Clay’

    Monument Releasing are bringing Soichi Umezawa’s Japanese horror movie ‘Vampire Clay’ to selected theatres and VOD from April 20, 2018.

  • Blu-ray & DVD release: ‘Black Water’

    101 Films are bringing Pasha Patriki’s action-packed thriller ‘Black Water’ to Blu-ray and DVD from May 28,2018.

  • Trailer: ‘The Blood of Wolves’

    ‘The Blood of Wolves’ (孤狼の血) is an upcoming Japanese crime drama directed by Kazuya Shiraishi.

  • Trailer: ‘Champion’

    ‘Champion’ (챔피언) is an upcoming South Korean sports drama directed by Kim Yong-Wan.

  • Trailer: ‘Incoming’

    ‘Incoming’ is an upcoming American sci-fi action thriller directed by Eric Zaragoza.

  • Gong Li Confirmed and Jet Li in Final Talks for Disney’s ‘Mulan’

    Following the earlier announcement that Donnie Yen will be joining the cast of Disney’s live-action ‘Mulan’, news has arrived that two more of China’s biggest stars will be in the film.

  • Anime Update #7

    The ‘Fairy Tail’ anime returns for a final season, ‘My Hero Academia’ gets its first video game, and Taika Waititi is still involved with the live-action ‘Akira’.