Shunji Iwai’s latest is a delightfully meta slice of pandemic life in isolation – with kaiju!
With his signature romantic maximalism, Mickey Reece’s latest draws us into a convent gripped by demonic possession.
The son of a taxi man has the peculiar ability to talk to cars, in Renata Pinheiro’s peculiar vision of machine apocalypse.
Near-perfect, near-future Manila. Enter a safe house after a blackout to discover how far the darkness can stretch, in Dodo Dayao’s sophomore effort.
Hit by lightning, solitary Chun-hee is visited by her younger self. The weight of the past comes alive in Choi Jin-young’s delicate fantasy debut.
Chong Keat Aun
Yan must save her husband’s soul in this remarkable debut, set in the rural Malaysia of the 1980s.
Seth A. Smith
A parasitologist wakes up in a tin can, as a fungal infection ravages the world. The latest from genre experimentalist Seth A. Smith.
Tan Bee Thiam
Something’s not quite right in the “happiest neighbourhood in Singapore”. A sci-fi-tinged, candy-coloured satire of our algorithmic lives.
A teenage girl becomes immersed in a disquieting online role-playing game called the World’s Fair Challenge.