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INFERNAL AFFAIRS Heads to Amazon via THE DEPARTED

Ten years ago, Martin Scorsese's somewhat ungainly The Departed took flight from Andrew Lau and Alan Mak's terrific thriller Infernal Affairs, eventually earning Scorsese his long overdue first Academy Award. Now a new version is heading to the Amazon streaming...

Exclusive Interview: Tony Leung, Cinematic Grandmaster

Tony Leung is a grandmaster of the big screen. His collaborations with John  Woo, Wong Kar Wai and others have solidified not only his reputation as a master craftsman but one who is able to take that physical craft so attached...

New To Netflix: Sea Monsters, Toons, Booze, Sex and Cylons

You have found this weeks entry for New To Netflix! Not that we are actually new to Netflix, we're just happy, able, willing to help you find out what kind of 'Twitch-y' material is coming to the big red virtual envelope...

Review: 2046 (Personal Favorites #60)

2046 was probably Wong Kar Wai's highest anticipated film. After he hit it big with In The Mood For Love everyone with the least bit of interest in Asian cinema was waiting for its (informal) sequel. Upon release reactions were...

Lionsgate Announces Andrew Lau's INFERNAL AFFAIRS On Blu-ray November 15th

This is definitely welcome news from Lionsgate, who are knocking it out of the park lately with Blu-ray announcements. Today's good news from LG comes in the form of a Blu-ray release of Andrew Lau's Infernal Affairs coming on November...

US Trailer Arrives For John Woo's RED CLIFF

Full marks to the marketing team at Magnolia / Magnet.  The nailed it with their poster artwork for John Woo's Red Cliff and they've just unleashed an equally impressive trailer for the sprawling epic.  Purists will, no doubt, be irked...

Amazing US Poster For John Woo's RED CLIFF

I don't normally make a big deal over poster art - I prefer to our resident art freak Swarez - but I've got to make an exception for this.  Magnet Releasing have just unleashed their artwork for John Woo's Red...