The worst epidemic ever seen is sweeping through Bundang, the suburb of Seoul. After smuggling illegal immigrants into the country, Byung-woo dies from an unknown virus. Soon after that, the same symptoms are plaguing scores of residents in Bundang. People are helpless against the airborne disease and the number of infected increases quickly, spreading chaos. As the worst-case scenario precaution, the city of half a million people, just 19 kilometers from Seoul, is about to be sealed off. The government orders a complete shutdown. Meanwhile, infectious disease specialist In-hye and rescue worker Ji-goo go into the closed city to find the blood serum of the index case, a crucial part of developing the vaccine.
In the brink of the 90s, 18-year-old Zheng Wei steps into her university life with a hopeful heart for love. Wei meets Chen Hao-Zheng in a chance encounter, and despite initial reluctance, Chen accepts Wei as his girlfriend and the two become inseparable. Four years of university life pass and Wei looks forward to establishing a life together with Chen. However, Chen is forced into an impossible decision to leave Wei. Devastated, Wei decides to start afresh. A decade later, Wei's previous lovers Lin and Chen both find their way back into her life and she has to make a choice of her next step in life.
A couple of cops are charged with transporting a killer across Japan. It would seem to be a fairly simple task, but the man's grandfather puts a $12 million bounty on his head, and in turn, it catches the attention of some bounty hunters.
Hyun-su, a Japanese-Korean teaching poetry in Japan, reunites with his cousin Kang-su happily in Korea after many years, but subtle tension begins to grow between them when Kang-su's childhood sweetheart returns.
About four hundred years ago, there was a little known island that China used as a penal colony. In time, Piao Dao (Floating Island), as it later was known, became a haven for traders and seafarers and a fiefdom of Master Hai, a learned strong man who famously refused to submit to the Ming government, angering the declining dynasty and earning himself and his men the epithet "The Hai Rebels." But Piao Dao thrived nonetheless, even attracting merchants and characters of all stripes from the mainland. As everywhere with a concentration of men and wealth, places to help them enjoy their successes naturally sprouted. Thus born the lively Flower Street, where the rich and the weary alike indulged fabulously in the pleasure of tenderness. Many of these transients never made it home and, instead, found their final resting place beneath the untamed soil of Piao Dao. Each year the islanders honored their memories by holding sacrificial rites on the fifteenth day of the seventh lunar month and the tradition, officially called the "Mid-Summer Fiesta," became one of the most important annual events. The highlight of the ceremony was a singing tribute by the best singing courtesans put forth from every brothel. Called "Singing Rites of the Courtesans," the girls soothed and comforted the displaced spirits with their magnificent voices. Along with the lustrous "Parade of the Courtesans," the ritual lit up the tiny paradise in the dark of the Pacific. But the good times came to an end when finally Ming soldiers wiped out The Hai Rebels and along with it the bustling port of trade. The distant memory of a penal colony devolved into a desolate leper's island. Legends has it that a frightful ghost ship filled with masked apparitions had commandeered the island as its anchorage and no one dare to step foot on it again.
Aaron Kwok stars as a dirty Kuala Lumpur cop down on his luck who ends up running over a wanted drug trafficker wanted by both the Chinese and Malaysian authorities. Little can he imagine how much worse things are going to become for him…
Otaku (Jam Hsiao) and his roommate Mr. Cheap (Da Peng) are two well-known geeks in the college. And like any normal guy, their ultimate goal is having the romance of their dream. Mr. Cheap pretends to be rich and is always looking for opportunities to get closer to his dream girl Mei (Xie Na), while the tongue-tied Otaku tries to create "coincidences" everywhere in campus in order to talk to class beauty Ling (Maggie Jiang), but it all ends in embarrassment. The school's famous couples party is fast approaching, and the only person to show up without a date will have their names printed on the so-called "pillar of shame" and be mocked forever. To avoid being teased by others, Otaku and Mr. Cheap decide to put away lame disguises and try winning their girls' hearts by being sincere and earnest. With dignities of the geeks at stake, a fierce battle for love is about to kick off...
This romantic comedy all begins when Me (Sammi Cheng) makes a wish upon a falling star - to marry a rich husband. Embarked on her adventure to seek a wealthy mate, Me enrolls herself into the cash-rich first class cabin onboard a Europe-bound jet. As expected, she runs into a ravishing Dan (Richie Ren). What follows is a romantic holiday across Europe. Will our heroine be able to find true happiness and her glass high-heeled shoes as Cinderella did...?
Written and produced by Hong Kong hitmaker Wong Jing (The God of Gamblers), The Vampire Who Admires Me is a horror comedy stars 5 up-and-coming young actresses, including Model JJ Jia (La Lingerie), Natalie Meng (Beauty and the Beasts), Maggie Li (See You in You Tube), Ankie Beilke (Connected), and Tanya Ng. Together with TVB actor Roger Kwok and Sam Lee, this lighthearted horror movie will bring audiences laughter with some genuine scares. Fashion brand owner King (Samuel Pang), invites famous advertising director, Roman (Sam Lee), for his brand's commercial shooting. Macy (J.J.), a pretty fashion model and her best friend, Bibi (Ankie Beilke), and a group of young sexy models are taken to the East Dragon Island, a forgotten island far away from the city, where the folklore tells zombies were buried around. A typhoon hits and traps them on the island while awakes all the flesh-craving zombies buried in the village...
JJ Jia, Natalie Meng Yao, Ankie Beilke, Magie Lee, Roger Kwok, Sam Lee, Jo Koo, Tanya Ng, Leung Man Yee,Terence SiuFay, Ha Yu, Samuel Pang, Zhang Jia Lun
The second instalment of the 3D Thai short horror film compilation, "3AM Part 2" has three chilling stories. The first is "The Third Night", which follows a series of events that occur after a motorcycle gang leader by the name of Rang dies. Three days after his death though, it seems that Rang is coming home for his wrongful death. The second story, "The Convent" is about an all-girl convent school where occasionally the sound of someone playing a piano is heard from the old abandon chapel. The students believe that it could be a headless nun, and therefore set out to prove it one night. The third story, "The Offering" is about a shop that sells paper money and offerings to the dead. Things take a turn for the worst for shop workers Kamod and Tar, when they find out that their boss died in a car accident. The trouble is, then who is the person who looks like their boss and have been with them all night?