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Edko Films Ltd. Romance of Their Own (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 7.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Romance of Their Own (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.40
Hit-making director Kim Tae Kyun (First Kiss, Volcano High) brings together an up-and-coming cast of young stars for the 2004 youth romance blockbuster Romance of Their Own (a.k.a. Temptation of Wolves). Based on a novel by Guiyeoni, Romance of Their Own stars Kang Dong Won (Too Beautiful to Lie), Jo Han Sun (Now and Forever), and Lee Cheong Ah (Ssunday Seoul) in a classic love story of rollercoaster romance and coming-of-age trials.

Country girl Han Kyung's (Lee Cheong Ah) life undergoes drastic changes after she moves to Korea's pulsating capital Seoul to spend more time with her mother. It doesn't take long before trouble comes her way in the form of a flying shoe thrown by the most adored guy in her neighborhood - Hae Won (Jo Han Sun). The high school hotshot is soon swept away by the Han Kyung's disarming charm, but the appearance of another suave Romeo, rival Tae Sung (Kang Dong Won), leads to a romantic triangle. Who is Han Kyung's heart really beating for?

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Edko Films Ltd. Addicted (Hong Kong Version) at 7.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Addicted (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.40
Addicted is a story about the spiritual journey of two brothers - as well as a passionate tale of love and desire between a man and a woman. Dae Jin (Lee Byung Hun) falls into a deep coma at the same time that his brother Ho Jin (Lee Eol) dies. Both were victims of tragic car races held in different places. After waking up again, Dae Jin takes on the habits as well as the appearances of his worshipped brother. Things start to get totally out of hand when he falls into an obsessive relationship with Ho Jin's wife Eun Soo (Lee Mi Yeon). She firmly refuses to believe that Ho Jin's soul was transferred into Dae Jin's body, until an astonishing revelation causes her to question her faith...
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Edko Films Ltd. Open Water (DTS Version) at 10.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Open Water (DTS Version)
S$ 15.70
It's huge and it's hungry !

Chris Kentis turned his low-budget project into a horrifying underwater survival thriller that promises you chills down your backbone from start to finish. Making use of actors so to say new to the world of the silver screen, the skilled director tells a shocking tale based on a true happening keeping the viewer out in the Open Water for a distressingly long time. Being left to their own devices after an outing in the sea, Susan (Blanchard Ryan) and Daniel (Daniel Travis) come face to face with the forces of nature. Subject to hunger, thirst and the fear of never making it back to shore, their biggest test lies still ahead in the form of a giant shark with rows of razor sharp teeth and it's hunting in packs

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Edko Films Ltd. Silent Hill: Revelation (2012) (Blu-ray) (3D Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 20.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Silent Hill: Revelation (2012) (Blu-ray) (3D Version) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 30.00
Silent Hill: Revelation (2012) (Blu-ray) (3D Version) (Hong Kong Version)
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Edko Films Ltd. Verses Of Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 8.49 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Verses Of Love (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 12.10
A story of men and women, love and the true love of Islam. Fahri bin Abdillah (Fedi Nuril), an Indonesian graduate student in Egypt, is dedicated to his studies and his religion. With marriage looming, he finds himself surrounded by not one, but four distinctly different and beautiful women. But Fahri is true to his religion, and doesn't believe in relationships before marriage. Can he make this life-altering choice and still stay true to his beliefs? Brilliantly shot in Central Java and India, Signs of Love drew record crowds to cinemas in Indonesia.
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Edko Films Ltd. The Imitation Game (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 27.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. The Imitation Game (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 40.00
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Edko Films Ltd. Resident Evil 3: Extinction (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 23.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Resident Evil 3: Extinction (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 34.30
Resident Evil 3: Extinction (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Edko Films Ltd. Office (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Office (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 44.30
Johnnie To teams up with Sylvia Chang to bring the latter's play to the big screen in Office! In 2008, Chang and stage director Edward Lam debuted Design for Living in Shenzhen. Written by and starring Chang herself, the play went on to run another 82 shows to massive acclaim. Towards the end of its run, Chang began bouncing around the idea of adapting the script to film as a musical, and the wheels were set in motion when To expressed interest in directing. The partners then assembled a truly star-studded cast in Eason Chan, Chow Yun Fat and Tang Wei, as well as newcomers Wang Zi Yi and Lang Yue Ting. For the all-important music, Chang and To enlisted the efforts of the iconic Luo Dayou.

Lee Seung (Wang Zi Yi), newly hired at Jones & Sunn, enters the billion-dollar company with all the hope and bright-eyed idealism youth affords. However, he soon finds that this new world is much more complicated than he first thought, with a myriad of illicit relationships, including one between the company chairman (Chow Yun Fat) and the CEO (Sylvia Chang), and the cutthroat world of finance laid bare before his eyes as Jones & Sunn prepares to go public.

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Edko Films Ltd. The Runaways (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 8.49 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. The Runaways (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 12.10
The Runaways (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Edko Films Ltd. The Hunted at 7.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. The Hunted
S$ 11.40
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Edko Films Ltd. Sex And Lucia at 9.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Sex And Lucia
S$ 14.30
Sex And Lucia
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Edko Films Ltd. 36 Quai Des Orfevres at 7.49 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. 36 Quai Des Orfevres
S$ 10.70
36 Quai Des Orfevres
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Edko Films Ltd. Broken Embraces (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 8.49 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Broken Embraces (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 12.10
Broken Embraces (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Edko Films Ltd. Genghis Khan - To The Ends Of Earth And Sea (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 7.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Genghis Khan - To The Ends Of Earth And Sea (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.40
Genghis Khan conquers the big screen with the epic biopic Genghis Khan - To the Ends of the Earth and Sea (a.k.a. The Blue Wolf: To the Ends of the Earth and Sea)! Helmed by Sawai Shinichiro, the award-winning director of Kadokawa classics Tragedy of W and Early Spring Story, Genghis Khan is a grand production in every sense of the word. Shot entirely on location in the vast grasslands of Mongolia, this unprecedented co-production, made in commemoration of the 800th anniversary of the founding of Mongolia, employed a whopping 30 million yen budget and thousands of extras to stunningly recreate the spectacular battles and military feats of Genghis Khan. Five thousand real-life Mongolian Army soldiers appeared as extras for an epic battle scene, and 27,000 people were mobilized to shoot the enthronement ceremony.

Sorimachi Takashi, who also starred in Kadokawa's 2005 blockbuster Yamato, plays with furious gusto the young warrior Temujin who would become the greatest khan Mongolia and the world has ever known, leaving behind him a legacy that would long outlast his empire. Adapted from a Morimura Seiichi novel, the film takes historical liberties but stays true to spirit in its depiction of the complicated figure that is Genghis Khan. Genghis Khan details both the khan's brave military exploits, his ruthless political machinations, and the personal episodes that shape his life - his friendship and eventual rivalry with Jamuqa (Hirayama Yusuke, Limit of Love: Uzimaru), his courtship of tribal princess Bolte (Kikukawa Rei, Install), his obsession with origin and lineage. One of the biggest titles of 2007, Genghis Khan is a larger-than-life film befitting a larger-than-life historical figure.

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Edko Films Ltd. Old Boy (2003) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 7.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Old Boy (2003) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.40
Internationally acclaimed director Park Chan Wook catapults Korean Cinema to a new high with the second film in his Vengeance Trilogy. Poignant, fatalistic, and action-packed, Old Boy is a stunning, gut-wrenching tale full of shocking revelations, captivating imagery, and amazing performances by leads Choi Min Sik (Shiri) and Yoo Ji Tae (One Fine Day). Old Boy won many awards around the world, including the Grand Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival.

The abrasive Oh Dae Soo (Choi Min Sik) is suddenly kidnapped one day and confined in a cell with only a television set. He makes various efforts to escape and even attempts to commit suicide, but all ends in failure. From the television, Dae Soo learns that his wife had been murdered and that he was wanted by the police for the crime. Shocked, grieved, and angry, Dae Soo starts digging a hole in the wall with a spoon.

After 15 years of inexplicable imprisonment, a slightly manic Dae Soo is just as inexplicably released. Returned to an unfamiliar world, he promptly embarks on a bloody raging path of revenge to find the truth behind his imprisonment. He runs into a female sushi chef named Mido who promises to help him unravel all his unsolved questions. His relationship with Mido, however, inadvertently places her in danger. Trapped in a deadly cat-and-mouse game with the mysterious Woo Jin (Yoo Ji Tae), Dae Soo must put everything on the line to find the answers. The truth, however, may not set him free.

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Edko Films Ltd. Beach Spike (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Beach Spike (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 44.30
The summer gets so much hotter with a bunch of beautiful babes in beach volleyball action! Beach Spike delivers abundant fan service with its attractive cast of hot models and pop idols, beginning with Chrissie Chau, Theresa Fu, and Jessica C., bouncing around in skimpy outfits. While acting chops may not be one of their strengths, the girls received three months of athletic training prior to filming, and they are covered by a pleasant supporting cast made up of Him Law, Lam Suet, Candice Yu, Sharon Yang, Alex Lam, Philip Ng, and Shaw legend Monk Law. Combining an inspiring sports theme with some lighthearted youthful romantic comedy, and even throwing Chinese kung fu into the mix a la Shaolin Soccer, director Tony Tang scores a winner in his live-action directorial debut after the animated film Little Gobie 3D.

On the scenic beach of Paradise Cove, Sharon (Chrissie Chau) and Rachel (Theresa Fu) work at the restaurant of their martial artist uncle (Monk Law) and are avid players of beach volleyball. Their carefree days are over when the wealthy Mrs. Brewer (Candice Yu) plans to acquire the land and develop it into a holiday resort, which is met with strong opposition from the residents. Even Mrs. Brewer's son Tim (Him Law), who has fallen in love with Sharon, openly defies her. Then both sides agree to settle the dispute by beach volleyball - the locals' team will enter an upcoming tournament against Mrs. Brewer's daughters Natalie (Jessica C.) and Natasha (Phoenix Valen), and whoever wins decides the fate of Paradise Cove...

Hong Kong Version Blu-ray comes with special features including making-of, trailers, TV spots, and photo gallery.

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Edko Films Ltd. K-19 : The Widowmaker at 10.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. K-19 : The Widowmaker
S$ 15.70
Based on a true happening during the Cold War period, "K-19 : The Widowmaker" portrays the launch of a Soviet nuclear submarine that threatens to become a clicking time bomb when its reactor system reports failure!

"K-19 : The Widowmaker" presents a gripping submarine adventure from thriller specialist Kathryn Bigelow ("Blue Steel ", "Point Break") with top-notch performances by Harrison Ford and Liam Neeson. Don't miss this gem of a movie!

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Edko Films Ltd. In the Name of Ben Hur (2016) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.49 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. In the Name of Ben Hur (2016) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 13.60
In the Name of Ben Hur (2016) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Edko Films Ltd. Lizard Woman (DTS Vesion) (Hong Kong Version) at 10.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Lizard Woman (DTS Vesion) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 15.70
Lizard Woman (DTS Vesion) (Hong Kong Version)
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Edko Films Ltd. 15 Minutes at 10.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. 15 Minutes
S$ 15.70
15 Minutes
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Edko Films Ltd. DOA: Dead or Alive (Hong Kong Version) at 10.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. DOA: Dead or Alive (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 15.70
Learning martial arts from the same master as Jackie Chan, Corey Yuen has now become one of the most renowned action directors in the Hong Kong film industry as well as in Hollywood. As a director, Yuen created the movie DOA: Dead or Alive in 2006 by adapting a popular video game into a movie filled with action performed by four hot women. Four girls (Jaime Pressly, Holly Valance, Devon Aoki, and Sarah Carter) join an invitation-only martial arts contest on a secluded island. They each have a secret in joining the tournament, apart from the apparent purpose of getting the $10 million jackpot. However, they smell something fishy about the whole contest, and soon they find the need to form a difficult alliance to fight against the real villain... DOA: Dead or Alive serves up great entertainment and action, with impressive fighting sequences from the four sexy leads.
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Edko Films Ltd. Bungee Jumping Of Their Own (Hong Kong Version) at 7.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Bungee Jumping Of Their Own (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.40
Filmmaker Kim Dae Sung, who would go on to helm 2005's Blood Rain, makes his feature length directorial debut with an unconventional love story that boasts an even more unconventional title, Bungee Jumping Of Their Own! The film begins in 1983, when university student Seo In Woo (Lee Byung Hun, from A Bittersweet Life and Everybody Has Secrets) falls in love with In Tae Hee (the late Lee Eun Joo, from Taegukgi and Lover's Concerto) a young woman with whom he shares his umbrella during a rainstorm. Their blossoming relationship is shown incrementally, in ways that accentuate the comedy of their situation, while at the same time conveying a sense that the two share a deep bond, one that will later prove pivotal to the story's outcome.

After learning that In Woo must leave for his compulsory two year service in the military, the film flashes forward seventeen years to find that the young man has now matured into a confident high school teacher. But as the film slowly reveals, he is married not to Tae Hee, but to another woman. It seems Tae Hee died some seventeen years ago, and through a series of clues, In Woo begins to suspect that a teenage boy named Lim Hyeon Bin (Yeo Hyun Soo, from Holiday and Birth of a Man) is the reincarnation of the girl he loved all those many years ago. Despite being a heterosexual, In Woo begins to fall in love with the student, discovering that true love really has no boundaries. A romantic melodrama at its finest, this brave, deceptively transgressive film handles its tricky subject matter with sparkling grace, culminating in a dark finale that is both tragic and transcendent.

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Edko Films Ltd. The Other Boleyn Girl (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 6.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. The Other Boleyn Girl (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 10.00
The Other Boleyn Girl (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Edko Films Ltd. The Emperor's Journey (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 10.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. The Emperor's Journey (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 15.70
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Edko Films Ltd. The Fast Runner (Hong Kong Version) at 7.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. The Fast Runner (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.40
The Fast Runner (Hong Kong Version)
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Edko Films Ltd. Y TU Mama Tambien (2001) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 6.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Y TU Mama Tambien (2001) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 10.00
Y TU Mama Tambien (2001) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Edko Films Ltd. Dogville at 7.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Dogville
S$ 11.40
Dogville
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Edko Films Ltd. The Pharmacist at 7.49 USD from YesAsia
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S$ 10.70
The Pharmacist
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Edko Films Ltd. Flight World War II (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.49 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Flight World War II (2015) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 13.60
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Edko Films Ltd. First Time (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 31.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. First Time (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 45.70
From the producer of Secret comes the touching pure romance First Time, starring Taiwanese hunk Mark Chao (LOVE) opposite the incredibly charming Angelababy (Love in Space, Love You You). Emerging director Han Yan, who previously showed his promise with his Mainland chapter of Winds of September, tugs at heartstrings with his gorgeous remake of the 2003 Korean film ...ing. Adeptly edited and beautifully shot, the poignant youth romance also features Jiang Shan, Tian Yuan, Bai Baihe (Love is Not Blind), singer-songwriter Cindy Yen making her movie debut, and Mark Chao's real-life father, actor Allen Chao.

Brought up single-handedly by her mother (Jiang Shan), college student Shiqiao (Angelababy) was born with a rare terminal disease that renders her unable to engage in any physically demanding activities. Because of this illness, she has never had a boyfriend, and can only fantasize about what it's like to be in love. Every day, the lonely girl confides her little secrets to her trusty tape recorder. One day, as fate would have it, Shiqiao bumps into her high-school crush, rock musician Gongning (Mark Chao), and soon the two begin dating. Having tasted the bliss of love for the first time, and spurred on by Gongning's encouragement, Shiqiao bravely opens up to embrace life and pursue her dance dream, while the surprising flip side of their love story plays out...

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Edko Films Ltd. Sanctum (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.49 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Sanctum (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 13.60
Sanctum (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Edko Films Ltd. Love For Life (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 8.49 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Love For Life (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 12.10
"Let's get married, while we're still alive."

Zhang Ziyi and Aaron Kwok are a doomed couple in Love for Life, the third directorial feature from internationally renowned Chinese cinematographer Gu Changwei (Peacock, And the Spring Comes). Christopher Doyle takes Gu's place behind the camera to capture the lead pair sans their superstar glamor, most notably for Kwok as he goes all out to play an earthy country bumpkin. The heartfelt romance drama tackles the controversial issue of AIDS patients in rural China contracting the HIV virus via contaminated blood transfusion. Initially titled Till Death Do Us Part, the tragic love story co-stars Jiang Wenli (Farewell My Concubine), Pu Cunxin (Three Kingdoms: Resurrection of the Dragon), and Wang Baoqiang (Mr. Tree), and features several real AIDS patients in supporting roles and big-name directors in cameos. Zhao Liang's documentary film Together was made as a companion piece to Gu's intense dramatic effort, both aimed at fighting the society's prejudice against the HIV-infected and increasing public awareness of the disease.

Set in a remote village in Mainland China during the 1990s, Love for Life centers on villager Deyi (Aaron Kwok), who used to lead a simple, harmonious life with his family. But his selfish elder brother Qiquan (Pu Cunxin), desperate to escape poverty, deals in the black market blood trade and persuades the villagers to sell their blood. An infectious and incurable "fever" epidemic soon breaks out, and the once peaceful village becomes plagued by fear, hatred, and suspicion. Driven by guilt, Qiquan's father Lao Zhuzhu rounds up the afflicted - Deyi included - and accommodates them in the deserted school as a temporary home. In that isolated community where conflicts and despair come unchecked, Deyi finds renewed passion for life when he meets fellow outcast Qinqin (Zhang Ziyi), the forsaken wife of his cousin. Fueled by mutual pity, the two tortured souls seek solace in each other, and decide to take their last chance at happiness while their days are numbered.

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Edko Films Ltd. Let The Right One In (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 8.49 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Let The Right One In (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 12.10
Let The Right One In (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Edko Films Ltd. Enduring Love (Hong Kong Version) at 10.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Enduring Love (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 15.70
Enduring Love (Hong Kong Version)
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Edko Films Ltd. The Wig (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 13.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. The Wig (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 20.00
Journey once more into the world of Asian horror with The Wig, a terrifying supernatural horror picture from filmmaker Won Sin Yeon! In his feature length directorial debut, Won crafts a gruesome tale centering on two sisters and the demonic wig that comes between them. Each sister, it seems, has suffered a terrible trauma: Chi Hyon (Yoo Seon, from The Uninvited) can no longer speak due to a terrible car accident that damaged her vocal chords, while her younger sibling Su Hyon (Chae Min Seo, from Champion and Aegis) has been diagnosed with cancer with little chance for recovery. For most of their lives, the two young women have nurtured a loving sisterly relationship, one that has only grown stronger in the face of adversity, that is - until one fateful day.

When Su Hyon loses her hair due to chemotherapy treatment, Chi Hyon decides to give her younger sister a beautiful wig to help her regain her confidence. Immediately, Su Hyon begins to change in ways her elder sister never expected. While the wig rejuvenates her body and spirit, it also begins to take over her mind, as Su Hyun starts to transform into an entirely different sort of woman. Clearly, this is no ordinary hairpiece. Soon enough, sibling rivalry erupts as the two compete for the love of Chi Hyon's boyfriend, a complicated love triangle that climaxes in surprising ways. The wig seems to feed on the memories of its possessor, but why? What secrets does it hold? Find out the horrifying truth in The Wig, first-time director Won Sin Yeon's terrifying foray into Asian horror!

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Edko Films Ltd. Chill Out at 6.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Chill Out
S$ 10.00
Chill Out
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Edko Films Ltd. Felicia's Journey at 6.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Felicia's Journey
S$ 10.00
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Edko Films Ltd. Dagod (Hong Kong Version) at 13.49 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Dagod (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 19.30
Dagod (Hong Kong Version)
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Edko Films Ltd. Cold War II (2016) (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (Hong Kong Version) at 34.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Cold War II (2016) (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 50.00
In 2012, Longman Leung and Sunny Luk's Cold War, a crime blockbuster about the security crisis and police infighting that unfold after a police van gets hijacked, swept nine awards at the 32nd Hong Kong Film Awards including Best Film. Four years later, the cast and crew return for the even bigger sequel which outpaced its predecessor to become the highest-grossing Chinese-language film of all time in Hong Kong. Cold War 2 brings back original stars Aaron Kwok and Tony Leung Ka Fai as high-ranking police brass, and adds Chow Yun Fat as an influential barrister. Eddie Peng, Aarif Lee and Charlie Young also reprise their roles along with new joiners Chang Kwok Chu, Tony Yang and Janice Man.

Picking up where the first film left off, Cold War 2 sees Sean Lau (Aaron Kwok) rising to the top police commissioner position after leading the "Cold War" operation. Deputy commissioner M.B. Lee (Tony Leung Ka Fai) has decided to retire from the force while his son Joe (Eddie Peng) is in prison. However, mysterious terrorists abduct Lau's wife and daughter and demand the release of Joe in exchange. As the shadow powers behind Joe gradually rise to the surface, tensions among the police, the judiciary and the ICAC (Independent Commission Against Corruption) reach a boiling point, and M.B. Lee gets pulled back into the dangerous power struggle within the top ranks of law and order.

This edition comes with trailers, photo gallery and making-of.

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Edko Films Ltd. The Glorious Team Batista (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 8.49 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. The Glorious Team Batista (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 12.10
Team Batista, Japan's number one heart surgery team, has lost three consecutive patients on the operating table - and the cause may be murder! Based on a best-selling novel, The Glorious Team Batista follows a storied surgical team who perform the difficult "Batista Operation", a procedure that requires the heart to stop beating for a period of time. Takeuchi Yuko (Be With Me) and Abe Hiroshi (Bubble Fiction - Boom or Bust) lead the ensemble cast as the investigating duo who must determine if someone on Team Batista is killing their own patients - and if so, why? Glorious Team Batista combines elements of murder mystery and hospital drama, as the investigators struggle with medical ethics as well as the chilling motives that would drive someone on the most revered surgery team in Japan to take human lives. Glorious Team Batista is - quite literally - a heart-stopping medical thriller, but the star performances from the comely Takeuchi and most especially the charismatic Abe Hiroshi help alleviate the suspense.

The "Batista Operation" is an innovative surgical procedure on the human heart that's quite risky - but Tojo University Hospital's crack team is working on a streak of over twenty successful operations in a row, earning them the title "Glorious Team Batista". But when a number of their patients die on the operating table, suspicions are aroused. The hospital asks internal investigator Taguchi (Takeuchi Yuko) to take a look at the 7-member team, and while she does uncover a complex web of clashing personalities and shifty motivations, she doesn't truly see anything amiss. Enter national health ministry official Shiratori (Abe Hiroshi), who strides into Tojo and orders Taguchi to reopen her investigation. He believes that murder is definitely on the agenda, and proceeds to run amok all over the hospital to prove his point. It's a point well taken, as the casualties continue even with Taguchi and Shiratori on the watch, butting heads all the while. With the reputation of the hospital on the line, will Taguchi and Shiratori be able to put their differences aside and determine which member of the Glorious Team Batista is, in fact, a murderer?

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Edko Films Ltd. Tales from the Dark 1 (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 20.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Tales from the Dark 1 (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 30.00
Based on writer Lilian Lee's best-selling novels, the two-part Tales from the Dark series revitalizes Hong Kong's horror movie genre. Featuring a star-studded cast, the first half of the series, Tales from the Dark 1, comprises three short stories put together by three different directors. Actor-turned-director Simon Yam's directorial debut opens the omnibus, followed by Lee Chi Ngai (Magic Kitchen) and Fruit Chan (Dumplings Three...Extremes).

In "Dirty Goods," Simon Yam plays a down-and-out middle-aged man who resorts to stealing ashes from the graveyard and asking for a ransom from the departed's loved ones. Lee Chi Ngai's "A Word in the Palm" tells a tragic story of an illicit teacher-student relationship. A fortune-teller (Kelly Chen) joins hands with a feng shui master (Tony Leung Ka Fai) to help the schoolgirl's vengeful spirit who knocks on his door for help on his last day of business. Fruit Chan's finale "Jingzhe" depicts a night when three strange customers visit an old lady (Siu Yam Yam) for "villain hitting" demon-exorcising services.

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Edko Films Ltd. Copying Beethoven (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 6.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Copying Beethoven (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 10.00
Copying Beethoven (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Edko Films Ltd. Price Of Glory at 6.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Price Of Glory
S$ 10.00
Price Of Glory
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Edko Films Ltd. Say Yes (Hong Kong Version) at 10.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Say Yes (Hong Kong Version)
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Say Yes (Hong Kong Version)
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My Sassy Girl's Jeon Ji Hyun makes her English-language debut in the 2009 fantasy action thriller Blood: The Last Vampire directed by Chris Nahon (Kiss of the Dragon). Based on the same-titled 2000 animated feature, Blood revolves around a mysterious female slayer who battles hordes of vampires in postwar Japan. Billed under her English name Gianna, Jeon Ji Hyun dons the trademark pigtails and sailor suit uniform for a tough-as-nails turn as the katana-wielding heroine. Playing Jeon's arch-nemesis is another crossover Asian star, popular Japanese actress Koyuki from The Last Samurai. Featuring impressive CG effects and sword and wirework action choreographed by Corey Yuen (Red Cliff), Blood: The Last Vampire presents a gritty, gothic world of fantastical adventure and thrilling action.

Though she looks like a teenage girl, Saya (Jeon Ji Hyun) has actually been hunting bloodsuckers for centuries. Allied with a top-secret government organization, Saya's only goal is to track down Onigen, the most powerful of all vampires. Her quest brings her to a US military airbase which has seen numerous vampire attacks. Saya goes undercover at the local high school to investigate, but all hell breaks loose when classmate and general's daughter Alice (Allison Miller) discovers her identity. Much blood is shed and vampires slayed as Saya's dark past is slowly revealed, bringing her closer than ever to Onigen.

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Curse of the Golden Flower is probably the most talked-about Chinese film of 2006. International star Chow Yun Fat returns to Chinese cinema to team up with Gong Li in a film directed by the famed Zhang Yimou, who continues in the period epic genre after Hero and House of Flying Daggers. In addition to these three big names, the film also features acclaimed Mainland actor Liu Ye and Taiwanese top singer Jay Chou in his first costume role. The extravagant palace and the omnipresent chrysanthemums give the film its dazzling colors, creating an unprecedented visual sumptuousness that is beyond astounding.

Turning Cao Yu's famous play Thunder Storm into an epic film, Curse of the Golden Flower details a complicated dispute that encompasses both familial and political dimensions. Patriarchal Emperor Ping (Chow Yun Fat) summons his second son, Prince Jie (Jay Chou), to return to the palace after his tour of duty defending the border. Meanwhile, Prince Xiang (Liu Ye) wants to hide his incestuous affair with his step-mother, Empress Phoenix (Gong Li). Spectacularly beautiful from the outside, the royal family is actually falling apart within the golden confines of the palace. The calculating Emperor Ping wants to slowly kill the Empress with help from the Imperial Physician (Ni Dahong) and his daughter (Li Man), but Phoenix is also trying to ally with Prince Jie to start a coup...

The film demonstrates how the hunger for power eventually distorts human nature and leads to shocking brutality. Filled with jaw-dropping fighting scenes and beautifully designed costumes and settings, Curse of the Golden Flower exhibits the full potential of the genre's aesthetics. Zhang Yimou uses the most exorbitant visual elements to narrate a thrilling story, in which the brightest colors come into contrast with the darkest acts that human beings are capable of.

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In 1995, comedy superstar Stephen Chow and director Jeff Lau re-imagined the Journey to the West mythos with the two-part A Chinese Odyssey film. A twisted fantasy comedy packed with special effects, the film elevated Chow's signature brand of comedy to a whole new level and became one of the star's most popular films among Mainland China audiences. 17 years later, Chow takes the director's chair with Gallants director Derek Kwok for Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons, an original chapter that creates a new origin story for one of the story's major characters.

Making his first film since 2008's CJ7, Chow is strictly staying behind the scenes for the first time in his career. However, his unique comedic style can be clearly felt in the film's silly humor, striking visuals, as well as the comic performances of stars Wen Zhang (Love is Not Blind), Shu Qi (If You Are the One), Huang Bo (Lost in Thailand) and Taiwan pop prince Show Luo. Released in time for the Lunar New Year holidays, Conquering the Demons became the second highest-grossing film ever at the Chinese box office and the top-grossing Chinese-language film in history, proving that Stephen Chow is truly a hit maker even when he's staying behind the camera.

Demon hunter Chen Xuanzhang (Wen Zhang) believes that he can purify any demon through love. However, his belief is shaken when his attempt to defeat a demon fish ends in a family's death and a victory for violent demon hunter Duan (Shu Qi). After getting encouragement from his master, Xuanzhang soldiers on to hunting down a demonic hog with the help of Duan, who has fallen in love with Xuanzhang. Despite help from other demon hunters, the hog gets away. As a last resort, Xuanzhang and Duan turn to the help of Sun Wukong (Huang Bo), who has been imprisoned for five centuries for his crimes in heaven.

This edition includes making of, music video, a stills gallery and trailers.

Note: This edition includes the Cantonese version of the film.

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Expanding on the live-action Attack on Titan films, a tie-in original drama series titled Attack on Titan: Hangeki no Noroshi was released on dTV in August 2015. Offering another perspective of the Attack on Titan live-action universe, the three-episode series revolves around supporting Survey Corps. characters from the films, including Ishihara Satomi's Hans, Sakuraba Nanami's Sasha, Watanabe Shu's Fukushi and Takeda Rina's Lil, as well as a new character played by Hiraoka Yuta.
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Following the success of My Sassy Girl, Korean cinema scored another runaway hit in 2003 with My Tutor Friend. Based on an internet novel, the whimsical, over-the-top romantic comedy launched heartthrob Kwon Sang Woo (Stairway to Heaven) and small-screen starlet Kim Ha Neul (Romance) into instant movie stardom. The film also features a hilarious supporting performance from Gong Yoo (Spy Girl), who would go on to be a star in his own right. The leads' great on-screen chemistry and the entertaining mixture of comedy, romance, and action made My Tutor Friend one of the top-grossing films of 2003 and a must see for romcom fans.

College student Choi Su Wan (Kim Ha Neul) is forced by her mother to take a tutoring job. But her student turns out to be Kim Ji Hoon (Kwon Sang Woo), an uncouth 21-year-old high school student with great fighting skills and serious authority issues. The spunky Su Wan, however, refuses to back down and ends up involved in Ji Hoon's life in more ways than she expected. Amidst the fighting and bickering, Ji Hoon finds himself falling for Su Wan, but her heart seems to lie with someone else.

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Tales from the Dark 2 is the second part of the horror series based on writer Lilian Lee's best-selling novels. The sequel gives a bloodier and even spookier finish to the project, living up to its Category III rating. The finale follows the same structure as that of Tales from the Dark 1, featuring three short stories directed by Gordon Chan, Lawrence Lau and Teddy Robin.

In "Haunted Pillow," TVB starlet Fala Chen is still obsessed with her lover (Gordon Lam) after their breakup and invariably suffers from insomnia. She gets hold of a Chinese herbal pillow that eventually helps her fall asleep again but it also draws her near something unexpected. "Hide And Seek" casts a group of young newcomers into an abandoned school campus where they meet longtime janitor Mr. Chan (Lai Hon Taz) who takes shelter at the school. Playing hide-and-seek after midnight, the teenagers go missing, one after another. In his self-directed piece "Black Umbrella," Teddy Robin makes solving conflicts on the street at night his mission and marks each closed case with his signature black umbrella. Before he calls it a day, he meets a prostitute (Aliza Mo Mo, Due West: Our Sex Journey) who forcefully pulls him upstairs for business and unfortunately things spiral out of control.

This version includes a photo gallery.

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Explore over the edge excitement by Touching The Void !

This riveting documentary-like movie recalls the risky attempt of Simon Yates and Joe Simpson to climb to the top of Peru's Siula Grand mountain. After a seemingly effortless ascend to the peak, the luck of the two adventurers starts going down hill during their hazardous descend, whose likelihood of success is very dim

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"The Hunted" teams-up a 1st class Hollywood cast led on by Tommy Lee Jones, Benicio Del Toro & Connie Nielsen under the skillful hand of veteran director William Friedkin ("The Exorcist", "French Connection")! Be prepared for a fast-paced cat chases mouse game that promises to keep you on the edge of your seat throughout!
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"Everybody is waiting for somebody."

Following 2011's You Are The Apple Of My Eye, which swept Asia by storm, writer and producer Giddens returned in the summer of 2014 with the second film of his romance trilogy, Caf . Waiting. Love. Based on Giddens's first novel, the romantic comedy tells the love story of university students Si Ying and A-Tuo, played by newcomers Song Yun Hua and Steve Bruce.

When she starts working at a caf owned by a quiet and mysterious woman (veteran songstress Vivian Chow), university freshman Si Ying meets the ultra-cool master barista A Bu-si (Megan Lai, Miss Ross) and delights in getting the chance to stare at her crush, caf regular and seeming playboy Ze Yu (Zhang Li Ang). One day, the happy-go-lucky A-Tuo, a senior at Si Ying's university who has quite a reputation, comes to the caf with his friends, where he sees the person who stole his ex-girlfriend A Bu-si. His friends proceed to tease him mercilessly, and Si Ying, who has a great sense of justice, decides to tell them off. From then on, Si Ying and A-Tuo become confidants and great friends, with A-Tuo harboring feelings for Si Ying. When A-Tuo decides to leave Taiwan to achieve his dream of traveling around the world, Si Ying is forced to face her real feelings for him.

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Enchanting, spellbinding, and fantastically beautiful, Pan's Labyrinth (a.k.a. El Laberinto del Fauno) is undoubtedly one of the best films of 2006. Directed by Guillermo del Toro (Hellboy), this magnificent film creates two starkly different, yet gruesomely similar worlds through the eyes of a young, imaginative girl. Set in 1940s fascist Spain, Pan's Labyrinth coldly presents the dark reality of violence and repression in contrast with the vivid beauty and dangers of a magical realm. Much like in the classic Chronicles of Narnia, the fantasy elements here tell a deeper tale, providing an escapist allegory of the less defined, but more frightening evils of a world that lies beyond one's control. Premiering at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival, the critically acclaimed Pan's Labyrinth is a remarkable achievement in modern-day filmmaking. It was named Best Picture by the National Society of Film Critics and has received six Academy Award nominations, including Best Foreign Language Film, Best Cinematography, and Best Original Screenplay.

Young Ofelia (Ivana Baquero) moves to the countryside of northern Spain with her pregnant mother (Ariadna Gil) and tyrannical stepfather Captain Vidal (Sergi Lopez), who is there to put down the area's guerrilla fighters. Near her house, Ofelia finds a labyrinth where she meets a faun named Pan (Doug Jones). Pan tells her that she is actually the princess of the underworld, lost in the mortal realm. In order to return to her kingdom, Ofelia must complete three tasks. The young girl adventures into a magnificent world full of flitting fairies, mystical creatures, and gruesome monsters - but the greatest dangers await in the relentless darkness of the human world where there are no magical escapes.

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Michael Gondry, the acclaimed director of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, returns with the wildly imaginative and fanciful The Science of Sleep. Like his previous film, Gondry blurs the real and the surreal with a dream-like narrative and frantically colorful and beautiful visuals. Starring Gael Garcia Bernal and Charlotte Gainsbourg, the film follows the dreaming and waking moments of a confused, lovelorn young man as his real and imagined worlds begin to chaotically and desperately collide. Gael Garcia Bernal, continuing to show he is one of the most talented young actors in world cinema, takes a complex and potentially off-putting character and gives him a painfully identifiable core under the quirky affectations. The Science of Sleep makes for a charmingly innovative and romantic film, not to mention a resounding testament to all the amazing things one can do with cardboard.

Stephane (Gael Garcia Bernal) is a dreamer. Having recently moved from Mexico back to France, he works a dead-end job at a calendar company and lives a thoroughly mundane life. But in his dreams, everything takes on new colors. He is empowered to say and do things he doesn't do in reality. He hosts a musical television show about his life, philosophizing about people, memories, and experiences in frantic excitement. His dreams, however, often creep into reality, making it difficult for him and the people around him to figure out what's real and what's not. As he becomes increasingly obsessed with neighbor Stephanie (Charlotte Gainsbourg), his grasp on reality begins to slip away.

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The closing film of the 2014 Venice Film Festival, Ann Hui's (A Simple Life) star-studded biographical drama The Golden Era chronicles the life of maverick writer Xiao Hong (1911-1942), portrayed by Tang Wei (Lust, Caution). Featuring a massively talented supporting cast that includes William Feng (White Vengeance), Zhu Yawen (Red Sorghum), Hao Lei (Summer Palace) and Tian Yuan (Bends), the film expounds on the pursuit of freedom, dreams and stability in a tumultuous period in Chinese history, referencing notable literary figures such as Lu Xun, Mao Dun and Ding Ling along the way.

A product of an unhappy childhood, Xiao Hong arrives in Harbin in her early 20s and begins her career as a writer. There, she meets and subsequently enters into a relationship with writer and newspaper editor Xiao Jun (William Feng), but the often turbulent romance ends five years later. Her journeys during this time take her to Qingdao, Shanghai and Wuhan, and in each city she defiantly hones her craft despite opposition from various authorities and the danger posed by the Japanese military.

This edition includes a making-of featurette.

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"He was a wolf with the heart of a lamb. The world, however, is dominated by the wolves."

Arguably the most renowned warrior-general in ancient China, Guan Yu (a.k.a. Guan Yunchang, circa 160-220) is hailed for his unparalleled bravery and military might, and above all his supreme honor and loyalty, such that he is worshipped to this day as a folk deity among the Chinese people. In a film centering on this magnificent historical figure, there is hardly anyone more suitable to play the saintly Lord Guan than Donnie Yen (Ip Man), the hottest martial arts superstar in the world right now. Add to it Jiang Wen, the charismatic star-director of Chinese box-office megahit Let the Bullets Fly, in a powerful performance as the antagonistic warlord Cao Cao, and you've got the most anticipated historical action epic in recent memory.

Under the helm of Infernal Affairs writer-directors Alan Mak and Felix Chong, The Lost Bladesman is a riveting retelling of a chapter in the classical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms where Guan escorts his sworn brother's wives on a dangerous escape from enemy camp. By portraying Guan as a tragic hero, and reinventing Cao as the manipulative but visionary rival leader who, despite clashing ideologies, has the utmost respect and admiration for the noble warrior, the ambitious film offers rich character drama on top of the varied, spectacular fight scenes. Built around Donnie Yen who also serves as action director, the period blockbuster boasts a solid supporting cast that includes Betty Sun, Wang Bo Chieh, Alex Fong Chung Sun, Andy On, Shao Bing, Wang Xuebing, Nie Yuan, and Chin Siu Ho, besides the scene-stealing Jiang Wen.

In the final years of the Eastern Han dynasty, the Prime Minister Cao Cao (Jiang Wen) is so powerful that even the young Emperor (Wang Bo Chieh) is reduced to being his puppet. Still only a fledgling warlord, the Emperor's uncle and future Shu king Liu Bei (Alex Fong) is defeated in a battle by Cao's forces, leaving his sworn brother Guan Yu (Donnie Yen) with the duty to protect Liu's family who is held captive at Cao's camp. With his unwavering devotion to Liu, Guan resists Cao's every attempt at persuading him to join his cause, including a wicked plot exploiting Guan's secret crush on Liu's concubine-to-be Qilan (Betty Sun). Guan eventually sets out on a long and treacherous journey to be reunited with Liu, taking Qilan with him - but someone isn't about to let him walk away so easily! With wave after wave of killers ambushing him en route, Guan Yu is forced to unleash his deadly blade and slaughter his way out...

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After Best Film, Best Screenwriter, and Best Actor awards at the 2006 European Film Awards 2006, The Lives of Others triumphed at the Oscars as well, winning for Best Foreign Film. The film touches upon the sensitive subject of East German secret police, known as the Stasi, and explores the inner struggle of a Stasi agent who is torn between his loyalty to the state and his conscience. The film also documents the cultural scene under the totalitarian regime, when all cultural practitioners were closely monitored. With its tension-filled drama and nuanced characterization, The Lives of Others no doubt deserves its success at the Academy Awards.

Ulrich Muhe, Best Actor winner at the European Film Awards for his performance in this film, stars as Stasi agent Gerd Wiesler. Commissioned by his chief to monitor playwright Georg Dreyman (Sebastian Koch) and his actress lover Christa-Maria Sieland (Martina Gedeck), he installs microphones all over Dreyman's apartment to record their conversations and anything happening inside. However, Wiesler soon finds out the real reason behind his chief's order to spy on Dreyman, and he starts to empathize with the writer and his girlfriend...

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Director Zhang Yang follows up the wildly popular Spicy Love Soup with Shower, a funny and disarmingly real portrait of a family and their traditional bathhouse. Da Ming (He Zheng) is an avowed urban professional who returns home to Beijing when he receives news that leads him to believe his father has passed away. But dad (Zhu Xu) is alive, and still running the family bathhouse with Da Ming's mentally-challenged brother Er Ming (Jiang Wu). Da Ming immediately tries to return to his work, but within a matter of days, he begins to discover just what's lacking from his relationship with his family. Disparate values, cultures, generations, and experiences separate the three men, and soon he discovers that many possibilities - and even the hope of reconciliation - can be found at the bathhouse, which is a place where life and community can be found almost everyday. Director Zhang Yang uses everyday details of the Beijing bathhouse to create a charming film filled with real characters facing real situations. A hit worldwide at various film festivals, Shower is a generously funny and heartwarmingly human motion picture.
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Pedro Almodovar, one of the greatest directors of contemporary cinema, presents his latest award-winning masterpiece Volver. The six actresses shared the Best Actress award at the Cannes Film Festival in recognition of their flawless performances in delivering the complicated roles. Volver, meaning "return" in Spanish, marks Almodovar's return to the theme of motherhood, which very few films can deal with better than his All About My Mother. Volver opens with young mother Raimunda (Penelope Cruz), her teenage daughter, and her elder sister Sole cleaning their mother's gravestone in the village of La Mancha. Their aunt Paula, who can hardly take care of herself, lives in the village, taken care of by her neighbor Augustina. Recently, traces of the ghost of Raimunda's mother, who died in a fire years ago, have been lingering in La Mancha. Apart from paying a tribute to all mothers, Almodovar also reflects upon the meaning of death with his unique wit and sensibility in Volver, offering fans one of the finest pictures in European cinema.
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K-Drama superstar Lee Min Ho (The Heirs) takes on his first major film role in the action thriller Gangnam Blues, director Yoo Ha's return to the gangster genre nearly a decade after A Dirty Carnival. Co-starring Kim Rae Won (Insadong Scandal), the blockbuster film revolves around Gangnam of the 1970s. Now one of Seoul's ritziest neighborhoods, Gangnam was still an undeveloped area on the cusp of big changes and big money in the early 70s. During these volatile land-grabbing times, two close friends take divergent paths into rival gangs and become embroiled in the violent web of corruption and speculation.

Childhood friends Jong Dae (Lee Min Ho) and Yong Ki (Kim Rae Won) grew up together in an orphanage and are as close as brothers. After their shanty home is destroyed, the two get involved in a political skirmish for pay, and get separated in the process. Three years later, Jong Dae is living with former gang leader Gil Soo (Jung Jae Young, Tabloid Truth) and Yong Ki is working for a crime organization with vested interests in the Gangnam real estate market. As the fight over land heats up, the two friends find themselves on opposite sides of the battle.

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Edko Films Ltd. The Letter (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 7.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. The Letter (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.40
"How are you my brother? This is my last letter to you."

Based on a work by renowned Naoki prize-winning author Higashino Keigo, Tegami, a.k.a Letter, is a tale of brotherhood and reconciliation, presenting the aftermath of violent crime from a perspective rarely covered in film - the perpetrator's family. Perhaps best known for his leading performance in the film Train Man, Yamada Takayuki, who also appeared in the drama adaptation of Higashino's Byakuyako, takes on a completely different kind of role in Tegami. Yamada stars as a troubled young man who faces scorn and ostracism because of the crimes of his older brother, sensitively portrayed by Tamayama Tetsuji (Heaven's Bookstore). Rising actress Sawajiri Erika (1 Litre no Namida), continuing her effortless conquest of Japanese entertainment, plays Yamada's love. Jiro Shono, director of such popular TV dramas as Beautiful Life, helms his first feature film in 16 years, and Tegami reflects that restrained yet sentimental quality familiar to Japanese dramas, with a second half that may elicit more than a few drops of tears.

Twenty-year-old Naoki (Yamada Takayuki) lives in the shadow of his brother (Tamayama Tetsuji), who is serving a prison sentence for murder. With his brother imprisoned, Naoki continues to work hard to support himself, but the life he knows has abandoned him. Carrying the cross of being a "murderer's brother", Naoki is constantly discriminated against at work and by his neighbors. Shutting himself away from other people, Naoki slowly begins to resent his brother, and stops returning his letters. But his brother continues to write to him, adding to Naoki's anger. During these difficult times, the only light that shines for him is Yumiko (Sawajiri Erika), who helps him remember the dreams he has given up.

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Edko Films Ltd. Ong Bak 2 (VCD) (Multi-audio) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.49 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Ong Bak 2 (VCD) (Multi-audio) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 13.60
Martial arts superstar Tony Jaa returns in Ong Bak 2, an unrelated sequel to the jaw-dropping Ong Bak. Jaa stars and also co-directs the film alongside frequent collaborator Panna Rittikrai, action choreographer for Jaa's Tom Yum Goong and Ong Bak. Not content to dish out the same Muay Thai that made him an international sensation, Jaa mixes it up in Ong Bak 2, demonstrating a wider range of martial arts including styles made popular by Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee. Also, Jaa performs his own perilous stunts, and engages in a spectacular duel with Dan Chupong (Dynamite Warrior) on the back of an elephant. The climactic action sequence is a breathless twenty minute-plus fight that finds Jaa squaring off against hordes of foes in a Thai jungle village. A must-see for Asian action aficionados, Ong Bak 2 should be the perfect appetizer before Tony Jaa returns in Ong Bak 3.

Orphaned when the treacherous Lord Rajasena (Saranyoo Wongkrajang) kills his parents, young Tien is saved from slavery and raised by Chernang (Sorapong Chatree), leader of a renowned band of guerillas. Growing to adulthood, Tien (Tony Jaa) becomes proficient in a variety of martial arts styles including boxing, kung fu, and Muay Thai, as well as numerous forms of exotic weaponry. With his training behind him, Tien begins his journey towards his ultimate goal: revenge against Lord Rajasena for his parents' death. However, infiltrating the enemy brings Tien in contact once again with childhood sweetheart Pim (Primorata Dejudom), who has become Rajasena's top dancer. Inflicting an initial blow on Rajasena, Tien makes his return to the jungle, only to find his enemies - and a shocking revelation - waiting for him.

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Edko Films Ltd. Assassination (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 27.49 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Assassination (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 39.30
Following the success of The Thieves, director Choi Dong Hun returns with the just-as-big and star-studded period espionage thriller Assassination. Garnering over 12 million admissions at the box office, the acclaimed blockbuster is the second biggest Korean film of 2015, and one of the top ten grossing Korean films of all time. Set in the 1930s during the Japanese occupation period, the action-packed thriller brings together the all-star cast of Jeon Ji Hyun, Lee Jung Jae, Ha Jung Woo, Jo Jin Woong, Oh Dal Soo, Kim Hae Suk and Lee Kyung Young to play various figures embroiled in an assassination plot.

Double-dealing agent Yeom Seo Jin (Lee Jung Jae), who works for Korea's interim government, is tasked to assemble a group to assassinate a Japanese commander and a Korean collaborator. He extricates three prisoners from Shanghai, including sniper An Ok Yoon (Jeon Ji Hyun), for the mission. However, the Japanese are tipped off about the plans, and notorious hired gun Hawaii Pistol (Ha Jung Woo) is sent to Korea to take out the assassins first.

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Edko Films Ltd. Monster Hunt (2015) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Monster Hunt (2015) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 44.30
Grab a Wuba of your own and go on a Monster Hunt! In 2015, a little radish created a massive phenomenon in China. The brainchild of respected animator Raman Hui (also known as "Father of Shrek"), Huba was brought to life in Monster Hunt by Emmy Award-winning special effects maestros. The little radish is the undisputed star of the big-budget family-friendly fantasy comedy, sharing the screen with the likes of Jing Boran (Lost and Love), Bai Baihe (The Stolen Years), Eric Tsang (An Inspector Calls), Sandra Ng (Mcdull, Me And My Mum), Wallace Chung (The Continent) and Tang Wei (The Golden Era) in a story inspired by a tale in Pu Songling's oft-adapted Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio. Such is the charm and power of Wuba that Monster Hunt has definitively overtaken 2012's Lost in Thailand as China's biggest film of all time.

Life is simple in Yongning Village. So simple, in fact, that the uneasy truce between monsters and humans, who now live in relative peace after a warring period, hardly seems to be of concern. But danger and adventure arise where you least expect them to, and the little village's fortunes change when the pregnant queen of the monsters takes refuge there with her servants Zhugao (Eric Tsang) and Fat Ying (Sandra Ng) after a coup in their realm. A wild chase ensues when the queen looks to make a meal of bumbling villager Tianyin (Jing Boran), and somehow, the chase ends with Tianyin bearing the monster prince. Before he gets a chance to give birth to the prince, though, monster hunter Xiaolan (Bai Baihe) storms into Yongning, looking to capture the soon-to-be-born Wuba for a hefty bounty.

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Edko Films Ltd. Daisy (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 10.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Daisy (DTS Version) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 15.70
NOTE: The Hong Kong Version of Daisy contains the 125 minute International Director's Cut of the film.

Andrew Lau, co-director of such Hong Kong box office hits as Infernal Affairs and Initial D, helms this beautifully crafted romantic thriller from Korea starring Jeon Ji Hyun, the mega-popular star of My Sassy Girl and Windstruck. Jeon stars as Hye Young, an innocent sidewalk artist living abroad in Amsterdam, with big dreams of someday headlining an exhibition in a real art gallery. In a romantic twist, she starts receiving a pot of daisies each day at 4:15 p.m. from a secret admirer. Oddly enough, the identity of the sender is none other than Park Yi (Jung Woo Sung, from Sad Movie and Musa), a ruthless assassin who works for a Chinese crime syndicate. It seems that while completing a mission, he found himself hiding in a house and began to notice a beautiful girl strolling by on a regular basis. The girl was, of course, Hye Young, and Park Yi quickly becomes smitten by her. A bit shy in the romance department, the hitman keeps his distance, sending his gift of flowers regularly, but anonymously.

As fate would have it, it isn't long before Hye Young crosses paths with Jeong Woo (Lee Seong Jae, from Holiday and Public Enemy), a topnotch Interpol agent, and mistakenly assumes that he's been her secret admirer all along. Through her innocent actions, Hye Young unknowingly tosses her two admirers into a deadly game of cat and mouse, which will not only have consequences for the men involved, but just might reveal some long buried secrets in Hye Young's past as well. How will this eternal love triangle be resolved? With a screenplay co-written by My Sassy Girl director Kwak Jae Yong and featuring appearances by Cheon Ho Jin, David Chiang, Yu Soon Cheol and Dion Lam, Daisy is a complex, sometimes poignant story of pure love!

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Edko Films Ltd. Innocent Steps (Hong Kong Version) at 7.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Innocent Steps (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.40
My Little Bride's Moon Geun Young slips on her dancing shoes for The Innocent Steps, a heartwarming motion picture about innocent love and the power of dance! In this second film from director Park Young Hun (Addicted), teen star Moon plays Jang Chae Rin, a young Korean girl from the poor Chinese town of Yanbian. When her dance champion sister bows out of an upcoming national dancing competition in Seoul, Chae Rin poses as her sister and attends the event in her place. One problem: Chae Rin has zero dancing experience!

Co-starring in this winning romance is Park Geon Hyeong (DMZ) who plays her dance partner, Na Young Sae. As a former member of South Korea's national dance team, Young Sae exudes professionalism, refusing to get involved with the film s beautiful heroine. But as their practices continue, a bond between the two soon develops, as she learns not only how to dance from Young Sae, but how to love as well. But what happens when the villainous Jeong Hyeon Su (Yoon Chan) enters the picture and tries to break them apart? Will their budding romance survive?

As with her previous hit film, My Little Bride, Moon Geun Young wins over her audiences with her loveable, wide-eyed charisma, but this time around, she brings with her a level of maturity that might surprise viewers. Critically-acclaimed for his performance in the local stage version of Saturday Night Fever, Park Geon Hyeong acquits himself well as the male lead, sure to win the hearts of female viewers with his dancing skills and winning good looks. Fans of old-fashioned love stories with a contemporary sensibility won't go wrong with The Innocent Steps, an entertaining romance that'll make you want to dance the night away!

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Edko Films Ltd. The Quiet American (Hong Kong Version) at 13.49 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. The Quiet American (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 19.30
The Quiet American (Hong Kong Version)
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Edko Films Ltd. Agora (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 8.49 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Agora (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 12.10
Agora (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Edko Films Ltd. Shaun The Sheep Movie (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 27.49 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Shaun The Sheep Movie (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 39.30
Shaun The Sheep Movie (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Edko Films Ltd. Lizard Woman (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 7.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Lizard Woman (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.40
Lizard Woman (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Edko Films Ltd. Freeze Me at 14.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Freeze Me
S$ 21.40
Freeze Me
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Edko Films Ltd. Slumdog Millionaire (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 39.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Slumdog Millionaire (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 57.10
Art imitates life, and vice versa. Once deemed "lacking commercial prospect" by its American distributor, this rags-to-riches-themed movie from British director Danny Boyle (28 Days Later, Trainspotting) with a US$15-million price tag has worked miracle, confirming its mass appeal with a gross over US$350 million at the box office worldwide. What's even more impressive, the little underdog tale beat the big-budget studio favorites to some major awards. The film swept 8 trophies at the Academy Awards, in addition to its landslide win at the Golden Globes (4 awards) and the BAFTA Awards (7), including the grand treble of Best Film, Best Director, and Best Screenplay in all these occasions, among many others. Simply put, this film is one of the few genuine triumphs that have been hugely popular with critics and moviegoers alike.

Based on the debut novel Q&A by Indian diplomat/writer Vikas Swarup, Slumdog Millionaire tells the story of 18-year-old Jamal Malik, an orphan grown up in the extreme poverty of the Mumbai slums. He's only a question away from winning 20 million rupees at the Indian version of the TV game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? - but he is arrested by the police under suspicion of cheating. After all, how else could an uneducated "slumdog" know the answers to questions that stump even the scholars? To prove his innocence, Jamal recounts to the police his intriguing and incredible childhood experiences, and how he met the girl he has fallen madly in love with... What drives a person who doesn't seem to care much about money to participate in the game show? And how did he know all the answers?

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Edko Films Ltd. Swing Girls (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 7.99 USD from YesAsia
Edko Films Ltd. Swing Girls (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
S$ 11.40
Get ready to swing! From the makers of Shall We Dance? and Waterboys comes Swing Girls, an inspirational zero-to-hero tale about a group of girls who find their rhythm - and then some! Tomoko (Ueno Juri) leads a group of bored girls stuck in remedial summer math class, who decide to ditch their boring teacher (Takenaka Naoto) to deliver lunches to the school brass band.

But the girls' extreme laziness causes the lunches to spoil, and soon nearly the entire brass band gets sick. The remaining member is Takuo (Hiraoka Yuto), who recruits Tomoko's classmate Sekiguchi (Motokariya Yuika) into the band, even though Sekiguchi's musical talents are entirely in question. But Tomoko and the other girls soon follow, partly to get out of math class, and partly because it's their fault that the entire band got sick in the first place! But there's a catch: nobody knows how to play a wind or brass instrument, much to the dismay of Takuo, who proposes that the girls play swing band jazz - and take their act all the way to a battle-of-the-bands finale! Will the girls find a way to swing like tested jazz musicians, or will they discover that maybe math isn't so bad?

Directed by Yaguchi Shinobu (Waterboys), Swing Girls struck a chord with audiences thanks to its feel-good emotions and energetic cast of young girls, and ranked eighth at the Japanese box office for 2004. Like the characters they play, many of the actors were strangers to their instruments when filming began, and learned to play as filming went on! Full of humor, heart, and more than a little satisfying irreverence, Swing Girls is a toe-tapping, crowd-pleasing good time at the movies!

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Did you know Romance of Their Own (VCD) (Hong Kong Version), Addicted (Hong Kong Version) and Open Water (DTS Version) are the most popular Edko Films Ltd. Movies? Aside from Edko Films Ltd. Movies, you can also check out other brands such as Panorama, Deltamac and Geneon Universal Entertainment. At iprice, you can own an Edko Films Ltd. Movies with a price range between S$ 10.00 – S$ 66.00. If you want, you can choose between a Crime Movies. The best thing about Edko Films Ltd. Movies is that you can get them in White and Black!