New to Netflix: Tigertail – Taiwanese family drama will leave you misty eyed with a tale of missed opportunities

A Taiwanese factory worker (Hong-Chi Lee) with lofty aspirations leaves his homeland – and the love of his life – for New York and a new life. However, he struggles to balance his job and connecting with his wife. As the years go by, he becomes a shell of himself, full of regret and unable … Continue reading New to Netflix: Tigertail – Taiwanese family drama will leave you misty eyed with a tale of missed opportunities

One from TriCoast: Blood Hunters: The Rise of the Hybrids – Filipino action-thriller drags despite its rapid runtime

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A team of highly trained hunters and assassins, the Slayers, face down superhuman, beast-like cannibals known as Aswang terrorising local communities. It’s a matter of life or death as the groups collide with the fate of many lives at stake. Asian martial arts films have a peculiar appeal for fans of the action genre. As … Continue reading One from TriCoast: Blood Hunters: The Rise of the Hybrids – Filipino action-thriller drags despite its rapid runtime

New to Netflix: The Platform – Spanish horror fable leaves you hungry for more

Idealistic Goreng (Ivan Massagué) wakes up in a cell with only an older man (Zorion Eguileor) and holes in the floor and ceiling for company. Goreng soon learns there are hundreds of prisoners in cells above and below, all waiting on the same platform to bring them food – or whatever is left after the … Continue reading New to Netflix: The Platform – Spanish horror fable leaves you hungry for more

The Invisible Man – Classic horror tale gets a #MeToo twist – with mixed results

Abused and manipulated by her sociopathic scientist boyfriend Adrien (Oliver Jackson-Cohen), Cecilia (Elisabeth Moss) makes a daring escape from his control. However, even after he is found to have killed himself, his mind games still don’t stop. Cecilia must risk her life and sanity to prove Adrien is still around – even if no one … Continue reading The Invisible Man – Classic horror tale gets a #MeToo twist – with mixed results

One from TriCoast: Bombshells & Dollies – Interesting documentary sheds light on misunderstood pin up girl culture

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Celebrating pin up culture and all things vintage, the annual Miss Viva Las Vegas Pin Up Contest sees 1950s enthusiasts battle it out onstage out for the chance to win the coveted crown. We follow twelve contestants from all over the world as they prepare for the biggest day of their lives in sunny Las … Continue reading One from TriCoast: Bombshells & Dollies – Interesting documentary sheds light on misunderstood pin up girl culture