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CJ Veteran (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 47.49 USD from YesAsia
CJ Veteran (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
HK$ 369.00
A battle of wits between a tenacious detective and a ruthless corporate heir kicks off in writer-director Ryoo Seung Wan's (The Berlin File) crime action blockbuster Veteran. The box-office smash set a record as the third highest-grossing Korean film of all time and garnered various prizes at the 36th Blue Dragon Film Awards, 48th Sitges Film Festival, 35th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards and 7th Korean Film Reporters Association Awards. The crime thriller stars acclaimed actors Hwang Jung Min (A Violent Prosecutor) and Yoo Ah In (Like for Likes), with supporting appearances by Yu Hae Jin (Fatal Intuition), Oh Dal Soo (Ode to My Father), Jung Woong In (Fists of Legend), Jung Man Shik (Granny's Got Talent) and Jin Kyung (You Call It Passion).

To bust a gang of car smugglers, detective Seo Do Cheol (Hwang Jung Min) hires truck driver Bae Cheol Ho (Jung Woong In) and travels to Busan with his partner Oh (Oh Dal Soo). While Do Cheol eagerly anticipates a promotion after accomplishing the mission, Bae gets sacked by his contractor (Jung Man Shik) who works for the conglomerate Sinjin Group. Bae protests against the unfair dismissal and finally gets a chance to voice his grievances to Jo Tae Oh (Yoo Ah In), the young arrogant heir to Sinjin Group. The meeting turns violent and Bae gets humiliated and beaten up in front of his son. After the meeting, Bae falls from the top stairwell of the Sinjin Group building in an apparent suicide.

Do Cheol, however, is doubtful about the circumstances of Bae's fall and suspects that the rich and out-of-control Tae Oh may be related to the case. While Do Cheol persists in finding the truth, Tae Oh and Sinjin vice president Choi (Yu Hae Jin) resort to increasingly extreme measures to stop him from digging into the case.

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Universe Laser The Detective 1+2 Blu-ray Boxset (Hong Kong Version) at 43.99 USD from YesAsia
Universe Laser The Detective 1+2 Blu-ray Boxset (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 342.00
The boxset contains both The Detective and The Detective 2 on Blu-ray.

The Detective

Aaron Kwok continues his streak of winning performances with Oxide Pang's The Detective. Set in Thailand, Kwok's latest outing is an immensely entertaining suspense thriller bearing the unmistakable Pang Bros. signature. Bolstered by atmospheric set design and commanding music, the film spins plentiful jumps and scares from an unsettling narrative that keeps the audience at the edge of their seats. Fresh off consecutive Best Actor wins at the Golden Horse Awards for Divergence and After This Our Exile, Kwok is perfectly charismatic and at ease as a laid-back Thai-Chinese detective pulled into a mysterious murder case. Kwok is supported by talented character actors Liu Kai Chi (Infernal Affairs 2), Kenny Wong (Gong Tau), Wayne Lai, Kiki Sheung, and Jo Koo, as well as long-time-no-see faces like Shing Fui On and former pop starlet Elle Choi.

Holding shop from a small dinky office, near-sighted, debt-ridden private detective Tam (Aaron Kwok) talks big, but does small business. He gets an interesting new job when hard-drinking friend Lung (Shing Fui Oi) shows up one day with the picture of a woman whom he claims is trying to kill him. Unable to locate the woman, Tam starts looking up her acquaintances, but he seems to always be in the wrong place at the right time. At his first stop, he walks into a man hanging from the ceiling, the first of many dead bodies he stumbles upon. Tam becomes increasingly obsessed with finding the truth behind the mysterious deaths, but digging too deep could have dangerous consequences.

The Detective 2

Four years after unwittingly cracking his first case, Aaron Kwok's inept private eye is back in action with an improved grade in the highly anticipated The Detective 2! Director Oxide Pang's stylish 2007 mystery was considered one of the best solo efforts from the Pang Brothers, and this time he returns to Bangkok with stars Aaron Kwok and Liu Kai Chi for an even more suspenseful adventure. Although the Asian horror-meister has surprisingly dispensed with the supernatural element of the first film, he isn't about to let up on the chill factor. The psychological crime thriller sequel has caught a group of new suspects for the supporting cast, including Patrick Tam, Eddie Cheung, Izz Xu (Child's Eye), and Mainland actress Gong Beibi.

Bumbling private detective Chan Tam (Aaron Kwok) is enlisted by police pal Fung Chak (Liu Kai Chi) to help in the investigation of a serial murder case. The victims - a middle-aged man killed at home, a dead woman found in the trash dump, and a teenage girl slain in the park - were all killed in grisly manners, but they didn't seem related to each other. Without any clue to follow up on, Tam is decidedly at his wits' end. But when Chak is seriously wounded by a mysterious assailant, Tam deduces that the only way

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Showbox Media Group Ltd Kill Zone (2005) (Blu-ray) (UK Version) at 59.99 USD from YesAsia
Showbox Media Group Ltd Kill Zone (2005) (Blu-ray) (UK Version)
HK$ 466.00
Hong Kong martial arts superstars Donnie Yen and Sammo Hung star in this explosive crime thriller from director Wilson Yip. Inspector Chan (Simon Yam) has a grudge to bear and a personal vendetta against local mob boss Wong Po (Sammo Hung). Seemingly untouchable and surrounded by an army of faceless young hoodlums, Wong Po holds the city in a vice-like grip.

It is 1997 and in anticipation of Hong Kong's imminent handover back to Mainland China, Inspector Ma (Donnie Yen) is sent in to take over Chan's unit. Chan has just three days to bring Ma up to speed before he retires, not just letting him in on Wong Po and his dealings, but also making sure Ma understands the Hong Kong way of doing things. The virtuous, crusading Ma, however, is determined to play by the book, but equally committed to bringing Wong Po and his empire crashing to the ground.

Slick, stylish and uncompromising, SPL is without doubt one of the best Hong Kong movies of the new millennium, harking back to the glory days of the 1980s with its themes of loyalty, honor and duty, as well as its flashy action sequences and staggering fight choreography. Yen, who also served as action director on the film, saves all of the film's best moments for himself, namely a double bill of ferociously violent encounters. The already infamous alleyway knife fight against Wong Po's top henchman, played by the dazzling Wu Jing, leads up to the film's explosive finale as Donnie and Sammo square off in one of the most eagerly-anticipated match-ups of this, or any, year.

For any discernible fan of action, Asian or martial arts movies, cop thrillers, bullet ballets or heroic bloodshed operatics, SPL is the movie you have been waiting for.

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 MinorityReport(JapanVersion) at 21.75 USD from YesAsia
MinorityReport(JapanVersion)
HK$ 169.00
Minority Report (Japan Version)
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Joy Sales Shinjuku Incident (Blu-ray) (Uncut Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 37.99 USD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Shinjuku Incident (Blu-ray) (Uncut Version) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 295.00
Derek Yee (One Nite in Mongkok) directs action superstar Jackie Chan in Shinjuku Incident, a gripping and violent crime thriller that ranks among 2009's most eagerly anticipated Hong Kong films. Chan takes on a rare dramatic role as a Chinese immigrant who becomes inexorably tied to the Japanese mob. No stranger to tough drama, Yee gives Shinjuku Incident an added relevance with his exploration of Chinese migrants fending for themselves in Tokyo's seedy Shinjuku district. Aiding Yee is an impressive Asian cast, starting with Chan and including Hong Kong's Daniel Wu (Prot g ), China's Fan Bing Bing (Lost in Beijing) and Xu Jing Lei (Warlords), and Japan's Takenaka Naoto (Shall We Dance?) and Kato Masaya (Brother). Before its successful spring theatrical run, Shinjuku Incident served as the opening film at the 33rd Hong Kong International Film Festival.

Chinese laborer Steelhead (Jackie Chan) illegally arrives in Japan to search of his missing sweetheart Xiu Xiu (Xu Jing Lei), only to discover that she's married to rising Yakuza boss Eguchi (Kato Masaya). Determined to survive in Tokyo's underbelly, Steelhead unites the Chinese migrants, establishing their own community to protect themselves from the oppressive Japanese and foreign gangs. Steelhead even finds new love with bar owner Lily (Fan Bing Bing), and earns the favor of the righteous Inspector Kitano (Takenaka Naoto). However, the Chinese antagonize the entrenched Taiwanese gangsters, leading Steelhead to forge an alliance with Eguchi. As a Yakuza enforcer, Steelhead earns respect and even his own base of power. But Steelhead's Chinese brothers are corrupted by their newfound power, and an internal struggle within the Yakuza threatens their own position. All Steelhead wants is a return to simpler, honest times like he once shared with Xiu Xiu back in China. But it may now be too late

This edition comes with a Bonus DVD containing making of, alternate scene, and trailers. First Press releases come with deluxe photo booklet; only while supplies last.

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Loen Entertainment Remember OST (SBS TV Drama) at 13.99 USD from YesAsia
Loen Entertainment Remember OST (SBS TV Drama)
HK$ 109.00
A legal crime thriller from the writer of blockbuster film The Attorney, SBS's 2015 series Remember stars Yoo Seung Ho as Seo Jin Woo, a lawyer with extraordinarily detailed memory who is trying to clear the name of his falsely convicted Alzheimer's-stricken father. Park Min Young (Healer) co-stars as an idealistic rookie prosecutor who saw the injustice in Jin Woo's father's case and reaches out to help him.

The soundtrack for Remember includes K.Will's "Cold," Bro's "Hate," Jang Jane's "Don't You Know," Han Byul's "Winter Wind," Joo Young's "Can You Hear Me?" and Bobby Kim's "Cuz I Could Say I Love You."

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 Shutter Island DVD at 0.00 NZD from Nzgameshop
Shutter Island DVD
HK$ 45.00
Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play. Academy Award winning director Martin Scorsese (The Departed) once again teams up with Leonardo DiCaprio (Blood Diamond) in this spine-chilling thriller that critics say "sizzles with so much suspense that it's hot to the touch." When U.s. Marshal Teddy Daniels (DiCaprio) arrives at the asylum for the criminally insane on Shutter Island, what starts as a routine investigation quickly takes a sinister turn. As the investigation unfolds and Teddy uncovers more shocking and terrifying truths about the island, he learns there are some places that never let you go.
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 Unfair:TheEnd(Blu-ray)(SpecialEdition)(JapanVersion) at 82.99 USD from YesAsia
Unfair:TheEnd(Blu-ray)(SpecialEdition)(JapanVersion)
HK$ 644.00
Unfair, the long-running film and television franchise starring Shinohara Ryoko as a tough-as-nails cop, takes its final bow with the feature film Unfair: The End. Set four years after Unfair: The Answer, the crime thriller, again written and directed by Sato Shimako, brings detective Yukihira Natsumi back to the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department to take on a new case. After acquiring a set of confidential documents pointing to the shadow organization that killed her ex-husband, Yukihira must figure out who's an enemy and who's an ally amongst the police and prosecutors, and get to the bottom of the massive conspiracy.

This edition includes a booklet and a bonus disc of special features.

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Deltamac Robbery (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 25.99 USD from YesAsia
Deltamac Robbery (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 202.00
A convenience store holdup spirals rapidly into an unpredictable roller coaster of violence and vulgarity in Fire Lee's wild and eclectic crime thriller Robbery. Featuring an ensemble cast that includes Derek Tsang, J.Arie, Lam Suet, Stanley Fung, Philip Keung. Eric Kwok, Ken Lo, Edward Ma and Anita Chui, the film applies dark humor, colorful visuals and sly social commentary to a shockingly absurd night of crimes and confrontations that holds more meaning than meets the eye.

Over thirty years old and with nothing to show for it, Ping (Derek Tsang) shares a microscopic apartment with his loud family and simply can't catch a break. On a whim, he begins working at a convenience store run by an unpleasant manager (Lam Suet) and forges a quick bond with co-worker Mabel (J. Arie). In the wee hours, an old man (Stanley Fung) walks into the store to buy bread, but he is treated rudely by the manager. In response, the old man stabs the manager in the neck with a pair of scissors and takes everyone in the store hostage including a bathroom-seeking fugitive (Philip Keung) who soon turns out to be even more dangerous and unhinged. The night only gets longer with the arrival of more unexpected visitors, from a group of police officers to a young boy redeeming a toy to a suicide bomber. With guns blazing and blood shedding left and right, will anyone be able to walk out of the store alive the next morning?

This edition comes with trailers and making-of features.

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Paramount Home Entertainment Shutter Island / Super 8 Double Pack Blu Ray at 0.00 NZD from Nzgameshop
Paramount Home Entertainment Shutter Island / Super 8 Double Pack Blu Ray
HK$ 75.00
Please note this is a region B Blu-ray and will require a region B or region free Blu-ray player in order to play. Blu-ray box set includes: Shutter Island Super 8 Shutter Island Drama is set in 1954, U.s. Marshal Teddy Daniels is investigating the disappearance of a murderess who escaped from a hospital for t he criminally insane and is presumed to be hiding on the remote Shutter Island Super 8 In the summer of 1979, a group of friends in a small Ohio town witness a catastrophic train crash while making a super 8 movie and s oon suspect that it was not an accident. Shortly after, unusual disappearances and inexplicable events begin to take place in town, and the local Deputy tries to uncover the truth - something more terrifying than any of them could have imagined.
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Kam & Ronson Enterprises Co Ltd Double Tap (2000) (VCD) (Kam & Ronson Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 6.99 USD from YesAsia
Kam & Ronson Enterprises Co Ltd Double Tap (2000) (VCD) (Kam & Ronson Version) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 55.00
Featuring realistically exciting gunfights, Double Tap is rightfully revered among the best of Hong Kong action cinema in the new millennium. In this bullet-paced crime thriller from renowned producer Derek Yee (Protege) and writer-director Law Chi Leung (Inner Senses), Leslie Cheung (A Better Tomorrow) and Alex Fong Chung Sun (One Nite in Mongkok) play rival gunslingers on opposite sides of the law. The late superstar especially earned a nomination for Best Actor at the 37th Golden Horse Awards for his portrayal of a gun maniac who goes on to become a psychotic killer, which is no doubt one of the most challenging and unforgettable roles in his legendary filmography.

Rick (Leslie Cheung) finds his match in police inspector Miu (Alex Fong) at a shooting contest, but before they can decide who is the sharper shooter, a man who's gone berserk bursts in and starts shooting the spectators. Rick heroically guns down the man, but worryingly overwhelmed in the thrills of taking lives with his gun. Three years later, five persons involved in a sensational smuggling case that Miu is investigating are picked off one by one in a clinical fashion, which leads Miu to the chilling conclusion that his long-missing nemesis has returned...

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Daekyung DVD Open City (VCD) (Korea Version) at 14.99 USD from YesAsia
Daekyung DVD Open City (VCD) (Korea Version)
HK$ 117.00
Son Ye Jin (A Moment To Remember, April Snow) masters the art of seduction in Open City, an erotic crime thriller penned and directed by Lee Sang Ki in his first feature film. The chameleon actress is enchantingly breathtaking as the sexy, manipulative femme fatale who leads an organized pickpocket ring. The first Korean film to reveal the intricate inner workings of what is considered Korea's equivalent of the FBI, Open City also offers a riveting first-hand look at the various methods of pickpocketing that will have the audience think twice before leaving the house. Completely smitten by Son's beauty is Kim Myung Min (Return) who breathes much charisma into his complex role as a criminal investigator. As he finds himself caught in the deadly predicament of falling for his investigation's prime target, the onscreen chemistry between the two leads explodes to a new high. Also joining the cast is veteran actress Kim Hae Sook who won the Best Supporting Actress prize at the 45th Dae Jong Sang Awards for making a dramatic career turn playing an ex-convict. Tightly coiled with sexual tension throughout the film, Open City shows all the right moves in all the right places.

The leader of an international pickpocket organization, sexy siren Baek Jang Mi (Son Ye Jin) returns to Korea after blowing her cover in Japan. Keeping a low profile by running a small tattoo parlor, she soon organizes a new ring which quickly gains power across the country. Top-notch criminal investigator Jo Dae Young (Kim Myung Min) is called in to handle the massive pickpocket crime that is spreading like wildfire. Besieged by a dark family secret, Dae Young reluctantly takes on the case. A fatal attraction ignites when the detective saves Jang Mi from the hands of her rival ring members. Ensnared by her brazenly sexual advances, Dae Young is shocked when he later learns that she is his investigation's prime target. With so much riding on the outcome, he trails her right into her tattoo parlor. But once again, he finds himself gambling away his basic instincts in the name of passion.

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Universal Pictures Japan The Bourne Ultimatum (HD DVD) (Japan Version) at 47.49 USD from YesAsia
Universal Pictures Japan The Bourne Ultimatum (HD DVD) (Japan Version)
HK$ 369.00
Jason Bourne is back. Matt Damon returns to the blockbuster Bourne Identity film series with The Bourne Ultimatum, the third in the successful trilogy of films based on the novels by Robert Ludlum. Ultimatum begins with amnesiac assassin Jason Bourne (Damon) escaping Moscow after the events of The Bourne Supremacy, but new memories are triggered, leading him on a globe-trotting chase to discover the truth behind his missing memories. Dogging him are operatives from his former US-government employers, led by CIA Deputy Director Noah Vosen (David Strathairn), attempting to silence Bourne before he can reveal their corrupt wrongdoings. With a number of assassins tracking him, Bourne travels from Paris to London, Madrid, Morocco, and finally back home, to New York City, where the truth of his origin will finally be revealed.

The Bourne Ultimatum opened on August 3rd, 2007 in North America, and grossed $69.2 million during its opening weekend, a record for August. The film went on to outgross its predecessors, and was very well received by critics, with many claiming it to be the best of the trilogy. Director Paul Greengrass (United 93) mines his documentary filmmaking roots to give Ultimatum an edgy, kinetic feel, using plenty of handheld camera to bring the audience into Bourne's tense and paranoid world. With its no-nonsense approach, as well as its cast of accomplished actors (Joan Allen, Albert Finney, Julia Stiles), The Bourne Ultimatum is a rarity for Hollywood fare. It's a big-budget studio picture that employs actors and not stars, and a commercial thriller of uncommon intelligence and integrity. Still, when it comes to action, the film delivers, the highlights being a rooftop chase in Tangiers, and a white-knuckle car chase set in downtown New York City that outdoes the thrilling Moscow chase from The Bourne Supremacy.

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Saipro Helios (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 47.49 USD from YesAsia
Saipro Helios (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
HK$ 369.00
Following 2012's Cold War, which won the pair Best Director and Best Screenwriter accolades at the 32nd Hong Kong Film Awards, Sunny Luk and Longman Leung return with another action-packed crime thriller in Helios. Bigger than the duo's debut film in every sense of the word, Helios features an international, all-star cast that includes Jacky Cheung (Temporary Family), Nick Cheung (That Demon Within), Chang Chen (The Last Supper), Ji Jin Hee (Parallel Life), Choi Si Won (Dragon Blade), Shawn Yue (As The Light Goes Out), Wang Xueqi (Bodyguards And Assassins) and Janice Man (The Midnight After).

The man known as Helios (Chang Chen) is already South Korea's most wanted, but his name gains pan-Asian infamy when he steals DC8, a portable weapon of mass destruction developed in secret by the South Korean military, and takes off to Hong Kong to set up a sale. Once alerted, the authorities of Hong Kong scramble to combat the sudden, unprecedented threat. Experts from various fields are assembled for an emergency task force: Counter-Terrorism Response Unit chief Lee Yin Ming (Nick Cheung), Chinese official Song An (Wang Xueqi), University of Hong Kong physics professor Siu Chi Yan (Jacky Cheung) and South Korean weapons specialists Choi Min Ho (Ji Jin Hee) and Park Woo Cheol (Choi Si Won). Featuring a mish-mash of personalities and agendas, the hastily formed coalition threatens to implode at any time, but the group must somehow find a way to work together to defuse one of the biggest threats the region has ever seen.

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DreamWorks Home Entertainment Minority Report (2002) (Blu-ray) (US Version) at 14.99 USD from YesAsia
DreamWorks Home Entertainment Minority Report (2002) (Blu-ray) (US Version)
HK$ 117.00
Minority Report (2002) (Blu-ray) (US Version)
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CJ Entertainment Japan No Tears for the Dead (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 51.25 USD from YesAsia
CJ Entertainment Japan No Tears for the Dead (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
HK$ 398.00
From The Man From Nowhere director Lee Jeong Beom comes the dark and brooding actioner No Tears for the Dead. Like The Man From Nowhere, No Tears for the Dead lays on the action scenes for a slick, violent and visceral crime thriller. Superstar Jang Dong Gun (My Way) stars as a cold and precise hitman who works for the mob in the US. After accidentally killing a young girl on the job, he begins to struggle with feelings of guilt. He decides he wants out after fulfilling one last mission for the boss in Korea, but it turns out his target is the little girl's desperate mother (Kim Min Hee, Very Ordinary Couple), who is unwittingly mixed up in a big crime conspiracy.
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Daekyung DVD Eye for an Eye (VCD) (Korea Version) at 14.99 USD from YesAsia
Daekyung DVD Eye for an Eye (VCD) (Korea Version)
HK$ 117.00
Attracting over a million moviegoers in its opening week, cat-and-mouse crime thriller Eye for an Eye boasts a dream pairing both in front of and behind the camera. Renowned director Kwak Kyung Taek (Friend, Typhoon) and Ahn Kwon Tae - Kwak's assistant director on Friend who went on to direct My Brother - share writing and directing credits, while top stars Cha Seung Won (Murder Take One) and Han Suk Kyu (Shiri) face off onscreen in a thrilling battle of brawn and wit. Weaving from the underbelly of Busan to the corporate district of Seoul, Eye for an Eye takes it characters and the audience on a roller coaster ride of gripping car chases, daring heists, and unexpected plot twists, all underlined by the acting tour de force of Cha Seung Won and Han Suk Kyu.

Fierce, suave, and foul-mouthed, top detective Baek (Han Suk Kyu) is about to leave the force to start his own business, but his plans are rudely interrupted when two large cases land on his desk. First, an armored truck is robbed in broad daylight. Then someone impersonates Baek and steals trafficked gold from the airport right under the police's noses. As a final slight, the perpetrator, Ahn (Cha Seung Won), sends a package of cash to Baek the next day. Completely outraged, Baek pursues his target with the determination of a madman, but Ahn is one step ahead at every turn, deliberately leaving traces behind to taunt the police. Baek soon realizes that Ahn's clues are leading him to an even greater enemy.

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CN Entertainment Ltd. Cold Eyes (2013) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.99 USD from YesAsia
CN Entertainment Ltd. Cold Eyes (2013) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 78.00
Korea's remake of the 2007 Hong Kong police thriller Eye in the Sky, Cold Eyes transplants the intense battle of wits and surveillance to the streets of Seoul. Sol Kyung Gu and Jung Woo Sung step into the opposing roles originally played by Simon Yam and Tony Leung Ka Fai a grisly surveillance unit leader and a coldly meticulous criminal mastermind. Also on the police surveillance team are Han Hyo Ju as the impulsive greenhorn and 2PM member Lee Jun Ho in his film debut. Co-directed by Jo Eui Seok (The World of Silence) and Kim Byung Seo, Cold Eyes is the rare remake that lives up to the original. The tense crime thriller stays true to the original's storyline while also setting itself apart in character and tone through strong performances, impeccable pacing and nerve-wracking chase scenes.

After taking an on-site test, Yoon Joo (Han Hyo Ju) becomes the newest member of the police surveillance unit led by veteran Detective Hwang (Sol Kyung Gu). Through tracking devices and good old legwork, the unit's task is to gather intel for other teams by finding, following and observing suspects, but never engaging. While Yoon Joo's taking her test, elsewhere in town a bank robbery occurs in broad daylight. The entire job is orchestrated down to the last second by the leader of the group, James (Jung Woo Sung), who observes from a nearby rooftop and allows no mistakes.

Detective Hwang and his team begin combing the area for the bank robbers, gradually narrowing the field and closing in on the suspects. James, however, catches scent of the police and stays one ruthless step ahead, escalating the cat-and-mouse game to life and death stakes.

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 DoubleTap(2000)(Blu-ray)(HongKongVersion) at 16.49 USD from YesAsia
DoubleTap(2000)(Blu-ray)(HongKongVersion)
HK$ 128.00
Featuring realistically exciting gunfights, Double Tap is rightfully revered among the best of Hong Kong action cinema in the new millennium. In this bullet-paced crime thriller from renowned producer Derek Yee (Protege) and writer-director Law Chi Leung (Inner Senses), Leslie Cheung (A Better Tomorrow) and Alex Fong Chung Sun (One Nite in Mongkok) play rival gunslingers on opposite sides of the law. The late superstar especially earned a nomination for Best Actor at the 37th Golden Horse Awards for his portrayal of a gun maniac who goes on to become a psychotic killer, which is no doubt one of the most challenging and unforgettable roles in his legendary filmography.

Rick (Leslie Cheung) finds his match in police inspector Miu (Alex Fong) at a shooting contest, but before they can decide who is the sharper shooter, a man who's gone berserk bursts in and starts shooting the spectators. Rick heroically guns down the man, but worryingly overwhelmed in the thrills of taking lives with his gun. Three years later, five persons involved in a sensational smuggling case that Miu is investigating are picked off one by one in a clinical fashion, which leads Miu to the chilling conclusion that his long-missing nemesis has returned...

Hong Kong Version Blu-ray comes with the film trailer.

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Panorama Trivisa (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 28.99 USD from YesAsia
Panorama Trivisa (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 225.00
Produced by Johnnie To and Yau Nai Hoi, the gritty Milkyway thriller Trivisa stars Richie Jen, Gordon Lam and Jordan Chan as notorious criminals facing crossroads in their lives and livelihoods on the eve of Hong Kong's Handover back to China in 1997. New directors Frank Hui, Vicky Wong and Jevons Au are each responsible for one actor's portion in the tense collision course of three thieves of different feathers, all of whom are inspired by infamous real-life mobsters that topped Hong Kong's most wanted list. Like with the Election series, Trivisa is more than just a crime thriller: the film's characters and choices reflect on the Hong Kong mentality and feelings of insecurity, frustration, anger and helplessness as the Handover looms ahead.

Known for brazen armed robberies and police shootouts in broad daylight, Yip Kwok Foon (Richie Jen) decides to hang up his boots and seek his fortunes in the profitable trade of cross-border electronics smuggling. Though the money is good, he has to constantly wine, dine and kowtow to corrupt Chinese officials to get things done, a process that eats away at his pride. The cautious and meticulous Kwai Ching Hung (Gordon Lam) has pulled off numerous small-scale heists in his time, but he's managed to stay off the police radar by using pseudonyms and maintaining a low profile. The flashy and lavish Cheuk Tse Keung (Jordan Chan) makes his money through abducting and extorting tycoons, and he lives it up accordingly in the loudest and flashiest of ways. These three kings of thieves have nothing to do with each other, but rumors begin to spread in the underworld that they're planning to join forces to pull off something big before the Handover.

This edition comes with special features including making-of, directors' featurette, character profiles and trailers.

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Panorama Koma (2004) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 6.99 USD from YesAsia
Panorama Koma (2004) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 55.00
"Human kidneys are not difficult to come by. You simply take a surgical knife, make a horizontal cut in the lower back, and take it out."

Awarded the Outstanding New Director in the Hong Kong Film Awards in 2003, director Law Chi-leung bloodies the screen with the crime thriller Koma, casting two award-winning actresses Angelica Lee Sin-je (The Eye) and Karena Lam (Inner Senses) as leads.

Koma tells of the petrifying murder of an unwilling organ "donor." Ching (Angelica Lee), being the only witness to the crime, identifies Ling (Karena Lam) as the suspect. Ching, herself suffering from chronic kidney disease that urgently requires a donor kidney, learns that her boyfriend (Andy Hui) is sleeping with Ling. Their fates are further intertwined with more suspicion, friendship, betrayal, and passion, but the closer they come together, the closer they draw towards unimaginable consequences. This thriller is guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat and guessing until the very last moment!

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Intercontinental Video Motorway (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 24.49 USD from YesAsia
Intercontinental Video Motorway (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 191.00
Acclaimed director Soi Cheang (Accident) again works with producer Johnnie To on his latest Milkyway production Motorway, a high-octane crime thriller featuring exhilarating car chases and jaw-dropping stunts, choreographed by Chin Kar Lok (The Viral Factor), on the tight and narrow roads of Hong Kong. Initial D stars Shawn Yue and Anthony Wong lead the cast as elite traffic cops cruising the city in unmarked police cars to uphold order and justice. They are joined in the highly entertaining and engaging road actioner by Guo Xiaodong, Gordon Lam, Barbie Hsu, Michelle Ye, Josie Ho, and a fleet of powerful muscle cars.

The Hong Kong police force has formed a stealth squad to deal with road crimes and speed demons. Chan Cheong (Shawn Yue) is a rookie driver of the team. The hot-headed young cop doesn't quite get along with his veteran partner Lo Fung (Anthony Wong) and, as a result, their operations often end in failure. One day, while on duty, Cheong encounters the triad's legendary getaway driver Jiang Xin (Guo Xiaodong) and manages to arrest him with surprising ease. Turns out it's all in Xin's plan - he got himself jailed in order to break out of it along with his convicted associate. Though the police chase after them in full force, Xin eventually gets away with his superior driving skills...

Hong Kong Version Blu-ray comes with special features including trailer, making-of, and behind-the-scenes.

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Deltamac Fingers On Triggers (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 6.99 USD from YesAsia
Deltamac Fingers On Triggers (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 55.00
The crime thriller produced by Golden Harvest captures the virility typical of this genre of Hong Kong films in the early 1980s. Directed by Ba Shan, Fingers on Triggers abounds with gritty action and strong emotional impact in the grand tradition of heroic bloodshed movies. Fan-favorite comedy actor Stanley Fung plays it straight in the lead role as former police sergeant Fan Kun, who quit the force after taking the blame for his colleague, Inspector Lee (Melvin Wong), in a botched mission. He has since taken up the job of a hair stylist at Yin's (Margaret Lee) hair salon. But when his son falls seriously ill and needs a huge sum of money for an operation, Fan is forced to unholster his gun and work as a hitman for hire...
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Loen Entertainment Remember OST (SBS TV Drama) (Kihno Album) (Smart Music Card) at 21.99 USD from YesAsia
Loen Entertainment Remember OST (SBS TV Drama) (Kihno Album) (Smart Music Card)
HK$ 171.00
A legal crime thriller from the writer of blockbuster film The Attorney, SBS's 2015 series Remember stars Yoo Seung Ho as Seo Jin Woo, a lawyer with extraordinarily detailed memory who is trying to clear the name of his falsely convicted Alzheimer's-stricken father. Park Min Young (Healer) co-stars as an idealistic rookie prosecutor who saw the injustice in Jin Woo's father's case and reaches out to help him.

The soundtrack for Remember includes K.Will's "Cold," Bro's "Hate," Jang Jane's "Don't You Know," Han Byul's "Winter Wind," Joo Young's "Can You Hear Me?" and Bobby Kim's "Cuz I Could Say I Love You."

This edition comes with three postcards, a 20-page OST booklet and a 60-page photobook.

This album comes in smart music card format. A smartphone with NFC feature and the Kihno player app (only available in Korean language for Android) are required to access the album. After downloading and installing the app, turn on NFC and tap the Kihno card to the smartphone's backside to get the album and other contents.

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Daekyung DVD World of Silence (VCD) (Korea Version) at 14.99 USD from YesAsia
Daekyung DVD World of Silence (VCD) (Korea Version)
HK$ 117.00
Up-and-coming director Jo Eui Seok, who made a strong impression five years ago with debut feature Make It Big, breaks his silence with his sophomore film, the crime thriller World of Silence (a.k.a. Missing Girl). Beautifully shot and tightly told, the suspenseful story pulls the viewer into a dangerous mind game between the police and a serial murderer. Lead Kim Sang Kyung is no stranger to crime drama, having portrayed a detective in the acclaimed Memories of Murder, but this time his mysterious character falls on the other side of the case. Park Yong Woo, fresh off the success of My Scary Girl, stars as a police officer who must race against the clock to save a young girl's life. The tense chemistry between the two men drives the film as the plot builds up to its gripping conclusion.

When three young girls from the same orphanage turn up dead, weathered detective Kim (Park Yong Woo) realizes he has a serial murder case in his hands. One of the suspects on his list is Ryu Jung Ho (Kim Sang Kyung), a troubled photographer who has the mysterious ability to read minds. Having just returned to Korea from the US, Jung Ho becomes the guardian to a young girl, Su Yeon (Han Bo Hae), whose mother is in a coma. Is Jung Ho protecting the girl, or is she the next potential victim? As Kim digs deeper into the case, the situation reaches a crisis point when Su Yeon goes missing.

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CJ Entertainment Asura: The City of Madness OST at 14.99 USD from YesAsia
CJ Entertainment Asura: The City of Madness OST
HK$ 117.00
In Indian mythology, Asuras are evil demigods who fight each other ceaselessly. Musa the Warrior helmer Kim Sung Su uses the mythological beings as an allegory for the corrupt protagonists of crime thriller Asura: The City of Madness. Jung Woo Sung portrays crooked detective Han Do Kyung who works for mayor Park Sung Bae (Hwang Jung Min) in order to pay his wife's medical bills. Money-grubbing Park wants the profits from city redevelopment and requires Han to do all the dirty work for him. However, the internal affairs unit, which possesses all the evidence of Han's misdeeds, blackmails him into turning against Park.

The soundtrack of Asura: The City of Madness features music by Lee Jae Jin, who directed the soundtracks of Punch and A Melody to Remember.

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Mastertronic Ltd Shutter Island Game PC at 0.00 NZD from Nzgameshop
Mastertronic Ltd Shutter Island Game PC
HK$ 100.00
Summer, 1954. Ashecliffe Hospital for the criminally insane, located on Shutter Island. The most disturbed and deranged criminals are imprisoned here - patients, that other institutions can't handle. However, even the best security measures can't help, when a huge hurricane strikes the island. Several highly dangerous prisoners have escaped their cells and it's up to you to find and capture them before they can leave the island. Based on the highly anticipated movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio and directed by Martin Scorsese An excellent mix of hidden object and adventure game Discover all the details of an elaborated and intriguing plot Enjoy a fantastic atmosphere of isolation and mystery Minimum System Requirements OS – Windows XP/Vista/7r> Processor – 1GHz Memory – 512Mb Hard drive – 150Mb DirectX – DirectX 8.1
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Universe Laser The Detective 2 (2011) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 19.49 USD from YesAsia
Universe Laser The Detective 2 (2011) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 152.00
Four years after unwittingly cracking his first case, Aaron Kwok's inept private eye is back in action with an improved grade in the highly anticipated The Detective 2! Director Oxide Pang's stylish 2007 mystery was considered one of the best solo efforts from the Pang Brothers, and this time he returns to Bangkok with stars Aaron Kwok and Liu Kai Chi for an even more suspenseful crime-solving adventure. Although the Asian horror-meister has surprisingly dispensed with the supernatural element of the first film, he isn't about to let up on the chill factor. The psychological crime thriller sequel has caught a group of new suspects for the supporting cast, including Patrick Tam, Eddie Cheung, Izz Xu (Child's Eye), and Mainland actress Gong Beibi.

Bumbling private detective Chan Tam (Aaron Kwok) is enlisted by police pal Fung Chak (Liu Kai Chi) to help in the investigation of a serial murder case. The victims - a middle-aged man killed at home, a dead woman found in the trash dump, and a teenage girl slain in the park - were all killed in grisly manners, but they didn't seem related to each other. Without any clue to follow up on, Tam is decidedly at his wits' end. But when Chak is seriously wounded by a mysterious assailant, Tam deduces that the only way to uncover the truth is to get into the mind of the deranged killer, and in so doing he is forced to face a long-hidden side of himself...

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Universe Laser SPL I + II DVD Boxset (2015) (Hong Kong Version) at 27.49 USD from YesAsia
Universe Laser SPL I + II DVD Boxset (2015) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 214.00
SPL (2005)
Hong Kong martial arts superstars Donnie Yen and Sammo Hung star in this explosive crime thriller from director Wilson Yip. Inspector Chan (Simon Yam) has a grudge to bear and a personal vendetta against local mob boss Wong Po (Sammo Hung). Seemingly untouchable and surrounded by an army of faceless young hoodlums, Wong Po holds the city in a vice-like grip.

It is 1997 and in anticipation of Hong Kong's imminent handover back to Mainland China, Inspector Ma (Donnie Yen) is sent in to take over Chan's unit. Chan has just three days to bring Ma up to speed before he retires, not just letting him in on Wong Po and his dealings, but also making sure Ma understands the Hong Kong way of doing things. The virtuous, crusading Ma, however, is determined to play by the book, but equally committed to bringing Wong Po and his empire crashing to the ground.

SPL 2: A Time For Consequences (2015)
A decade after the thrilling original, actioner SPL gets a spiritual sequel in the adrenaline-fueled SPL 2: A Time For Consequences! Featuring a brand new storyline, the box office hit stars Tony Jaa (Ong Bak), Zhang Jin (Rise of the Legend), Louis Koo (Overheard), and the original film's Wu Jing and Simon Yam in new roles.

Hoping to get to Hung (Louis Koo), the kingpin of a crime syndicate, Hong Kong police detective Kit (Wu Jing) goes undercover and infiltrates the organization. Unfortunately, Kit's cover is soon blown, and he disappears without a trace, only to turn up in a Thai prison. There, he meets prison guard Chatchai (Tony Jaa) and discovers that he is a bone marrow match for Chatchai's leukemia-afflicted daughter. The two men develop a symbiotic relationship, with Chatchai vowing to protect Kit. This proves to be easier said than done; not only is the chief warden (Zhang Jin) determined to kill Kit, an ailing Hung also inexplicably turns up at the prison for a heart transplant, hinting at a large conspiracy.

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Cine-Asia Shinjuku Incident (2009) (Blu-ray) (UK Version) at 20.49 USD from YesAsia
Cine-Asia Shinjuku Incident (2009) (Blu-ray) (UK Version)
HK$ 159.00
Derek Yee (One Nite in Mongkok) directs action superstar Jackie Chan in Shinjuku Incident, a gripping and violent crime thriller that ranks among 2009's most eagerly anticipated Hong Kong films. Chan takes on a rare dramatic role as a Chinese immigrant who becomes inexorably tied to the Japanese mob. No stranger to tough drama, Yee gives Shinjuku Incident an added relevance with his exploration of Chinese migrants fending for themselves in Tokyo's seedy Shinjuku district. Aiding Yee is an impressive Asian cast, starting with Chan and including Hong Kong's Daniel Wu (Prot g ), China's Fan Bing Bing (Lost in Beijing) and Xu Jing Lei (Warlords), and Japan's Takenaka Naoto (Shall We Dance?) and Kato Masaya (Brother). Before its successful spring theatrical run, Shinjuku Incident served as the opening film at the 33rd Hong Kong International Film Festival.

Chinese laborer Steelhead (Jackie Chan) illegally arrives in Japan to search of his missing sweetheart Xiu Xiu (Xu Jing Lei), only to discover that she's married to rising Yakuza boss Eguchi (Kato Masaya). Determined to survive in Tokyo's underbelly, Steelhead unites the Chinese migrants, establishing their own community to protect themselves from the oppressive Japanese and foreign gangs. Steelhead even finds new love with bar owner Lily (Fan Bing Bing), and earns the favor of the righteous Inspector Kitano (Takenaka Naoto). However, the Chinese antagonize the entrenched Taiwanese gangsters, leading Steelhead to forge an alliance with Eguchi. As a Yakuza enforcer, Steelhead earns respect and even his own base of power. But Steelhead's Chinese brothers are corrupted by their newfound power, and an internal struggle within the Yakuza threatens their own position. All Steelhead wants is a return to simpler, honest times like he once shared with Xiu Xiu back in China. But it may now be too late

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Vicol Entertainment Ltd. The Stool Pigeon (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 20.99 USD from YesAsia
Vicol Entertainment Ltd. The Stool Pigeon (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 163.00
The acclaimed 2008 crime thriller The Beast Stalker solidified director Dante Lam's status as the new king of Hong Kong action cinema. He and his writer Jack Ng return two years later on the thematic follow-up The Stool Pigeon, which again delivers in the pulse-raising action, breathtaking suspense, and heart-rending characterization that pulls the audience into the compelling drama and surprising plot twists.

Again treading the gray area between right and wrong, the Stalker stars Nick Cheung and Nicholas Tse have a reversal of roles in Stool. Winning an unprecedented seven Best Actor awards in the last outing, Cheung is a conflicted cop struggling between his duty and conscience this time as Nicholas Tse becomes the two-bit criminal forced to cooperate with him as his stool pigeon. Joining them are Taiwan actress Guey Lun Mei and Mainland actor Lu Yi, who both play against type as tough gangsters. Stalker's Liu Kai Chi, Miao Pu, and Sherman Chung return to co-star in the tense and gritty caper hit, while Chin Ka Lok and Wong Wai Fai, the action choreographer team behind Lam's Fire of Conscience earlier this year, are responsible for the film's thrilling car chases and visceral fight scenes.

Living in the guilt of sacrificing his informant (Liu Kai Chi) in a previous operation, Criminal Intelligence Inspector Don Lee (Nick Cheung) is wary when his superior orders him to send another informant to spy on the criminal operations of Barbarian (Lu Yi), a vicious gangster plotting a jewelry heist. He seeks ex-convict Ghost (Nicholas Tse), who agrees to work for Don despite vowing to go straight since he's desperately in need of money to repay a debt and save his sister. Ghost's driving skills help him infiltrate Barbarian's gang and earn his trust, but by feeding information to Don and hooking up with Barbarian's girlfriend Dee (Guey Lun Mei), Ghost is pushing himself into a tight and deadly corner...

Hong Kong Version Blu-ray comes with special features: making-of, deleted scenes, trailer and TV spots.

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Panorama Line Walker (2016) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.49 USD from YesAsia
Panorama Line Walker (2016) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 74.00
One of Hong Kong's most popular and acclaimed TV productions of recent years, the hit 2014 police drama Line Walker revolved around five undercover cops and their dealings with triads, the drug trade and corruption. The series was the big winner of TVB's 2014 TV Awards Presentation, netting several prizes including Best Drama and Best Actress. Two years later, Line Walker leaps to the silver screen with a film spinoff directed by the series' producer Jazz Boon and produced by veteran filmmaker Wong Jing. Reprising her award-winning role as a spunky, street-smart undercover, Charmaine Sheh is joined by movie stars Louis Koo, Nick Cheung and Francis Ng in brand new roles. Hui Siu Hung, whose mob boss character in the original series was an audience favorite, also returns for the crime thriller. Upping the ante with location shooting in Brazil and high-octane action choreographed by Chin Kar Lok, Line Walker continues the battle between good and evil while exploring the ambiguous roles and loyalties of undercover officers.

Undercover agent Ding (Charmaine Sheh) receives a mysterious coded message from someone named "Blackjack" who claims to be a fellow undercover who has lost contact with the police force. After reporting the message to handler Inspector Q (Francis Ng), she reluctantly returns to the field to liaison with Blackjack who reveals himself to be Shiu (Louis Koo), the right-hand man of Lam (Nick Cheung), a high-level executive for a shady finance group. As Inspector Q delves further into the group's involvement in the drug trade, tensions grow between longtime friends Shiu and Lam, neither of whom may be what they seem.

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Universe Laser The Detective 1+2 DVD Boxset (Hong Kong Version) at 12.99 USD from YesAsia
Universe Laser The Detective 1+2 DVD Boxset (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 101.00
The boxset contains both The Detective and The Detective 2 on DVD.

The Detective

Aaron Kwok continues his streak of winning performances with Oxide Pang's The Detective. Set in Thailand, Kwok's latest outing is an immensely entertaining suspense thriller bearing the unmistakable Pang Bros. signature. Bolstered by atmospheric set design and commanding music, the film spins plentiful jumps and scares from an unsettling narrative that keeps the audience at the edge of their seats. Fresh off consecutive Best Actor wins at the Golden Horse Awards for Divergence and After This Our Exile, Kwok is perfectly charismatic and at ease as a laid-back Thai-Chinese detective pulled into a mysterious murder case. Kwok is supported by talented character actors Liu Kai Chi (Infernal Affairs 2), Kenny Wong (Gong Tau), Wayne Lai, Kiki Sheung, and Jo Koo, as well as long-time-no-see faces like Shing Fui On and former pop starlet Elle Choi.

Holding shop from a small dinky office, near-sighted, debt-ridden private detective Tam (Aaron Kwok) talks big, but does small business. He gets an interesting new job when hard-drinking friend Lung (Shing Fui Oi) shows up one day with the picture of a woman whom he claims is trying to kill him. Unable to locate the woman, Tam starts looking up her acquaintances, but he seems to always be in the wrong place at the right time. At his first stop, he walks into a man hanging from the ceiling, the first of many dead bodies he stumbles upon. Tam becomes increasingly obsessed with finding the truth behind the mysterious deaths, but digging too deep could have dangerous consequences.

The Detective 2

Four years after unwittingly cracking his first case, Aaron Kwok's inept private eye is back in action with an improved grade in the highly anticipated The Detective 2! Director Oxide Pang's stylish 2007 mystery was considered one of the best solo efforts from the Pang Brothers, and this time he returns to Bangkok with stars Aaron Kwok and Liu Kai Chi for an even more suspenseful adventure. Although the Asian horror-meister has surprisingly dispensed with the supernatural element of the first film, he isn't about to let up on the chill factor. The psychological crime thriller sequel has caught a group of new suspects for the supporting cast, including Patrick Tam, Eddie Cheung, Izz Xu (Child's Eye), and Mainland actress Gong Beibi.

Bumbling private detective Chan Tam (Aaron Kwok) is enlisted by police pal Fung Chak (Liu Kai Chi) to help in the investigation of a serial murder case. The victims - a middle-aged man killed at home, a dead woman found in the trash dump, and a teenage girl slain in the park - were all killed in grisly manners, but they didn't seem related to each other. Without any clue to follow up on, Tam is decidedly at his wits' end. But when Chak is seriously wounded by a mysterious assailant, Tam deduces that the only way to u

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Kam & Ronson Enterprises Co Ltd The Spy Next Door (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 20.99 USD from YesAsia
Kam & Ronson Enterprises Co Ltd The Spy Next Door (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 163.00
After the gritty crime thriller Shinjuku Incident, Jackie Chan returns to his comfort zone in the family-friendly action comedy The Spy Next Door, delivering laughs in the frantic action he is known and loved for. Directed by Brian Levant (Jingle All the Way), the 2010 Lionsgate production co-stars Amber Valletta (Gamer), Billy Ray Cyrus (Hannah Montana), and famous talk show host George Lopez. The movie also features a montage of clips from early Jackie Chan classics as a tribute to the kung fu superstar.

Jackie plays Bob Ho, a CIA super spy in the guise of a bespectacled salesman. The martial arts-savvy secret agent decides to retire to an ordinary family life, but will his girlfriend Gillian (Amber Valletta) - and her three kids - say yes? To show that he is the suitable stepfather, Bob reluctantly agrees to babysit the naughty children. Now he not only needs to handle the household chores and tackle the kids' pranks, but also protect them from harm when the Russian terrorists suddenly come knocking!

The Hong Kong Version Blu-ray is loaded with special features like trailer, making-of, and cast interviews.

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Universe Laser Partners at 6.99 USD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Partners
HK$ 55.00
A triumvirate of veteran Hong Kong actors star in Partners an international crime thriller spanning Hong Kong, Thailand and Malaysia. Kwan (Simon Yam), Poon (Eric Tsang), and Rick (Michael Wong) are three seasoned criminals who've combined for big scores in the past, but things have changed. While Kwan was recuperating from a gunshot wound, Poon took over the team and led them to new heights. However, Poon may not be telling his partners all his plans. On a routine heist in Thailand, Poon reveals a larger goal of revenge against a rival Thai gangster - plans which he hasn't fully disclosing to his partners. Rick and Kwan don't appreciate the lack of info, and seeds of distrust are sown. Meanwhile, various cop organizations track the trio, and an undercover cop (popular Chapman To) shadows them at every turn. Featuring lots of murky double-dealing, potent action sequences, and dependably tough performances from the actors, Partners is a gritty action thriller in grand Hong Kong Cinema tradition!
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CN Entertainment Ltd. Turning Point 2 (2011) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 20.99 USD from YesAsia
CN Entertainment Ltd. Turning Point 2 (2011) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 163.00
Undercover cop "Laughing Gor" returns to the silver screen for one final assignment! Since his emergence in the 2009 TVB drama E.U., the wildly popular character has headlined his own movie (Turning Point) and television (Lives of Omission) spin-offs. Now Michael Tse is back once again to reprise his star-making role in the second cinematic outing, which pits Laughing against his toughest nemesis yet. Picking up where Lives of Omission left off, the crime thriller sequel directed by Herman Yau brings back returning stars Bosco Wong, Kate Tsui, and MC Jin besides introducing a host of new characters played by Francis Ng, Chapman To, Kara Hui, Liu Kai Chi, and Janice Man.

Laughing (Michael Tse) is judged guilty of murdering gang lord Michael So (Bosco Wong) and is sentenced to life imprisonment. Locked up behind bars, he meets the seemingly benign inmate Fok Tin Yam (Francis Ng), a university professor in criminal psychology who is jailed for drug possession. Highly intelligent and manipulative, Fok reveals the power of his mind games by effortlessly subduing the violent prison bully (Lam Suet). He also deduces that Laughing is sent to the prison on an undercover mission to find out the rogue cops within the police force. The clues lead him to inmate Chit (Chapman To), a former sergeant from the Narcotics Bureau who has been suffering from a mental disorder. To unlock the critical information from the deranged man, Laughing must get the help of Fok, but this enigmatic figure has an agenda of his own...

The Hong Kong Version Blu-ray comes with special features: trailer, making-of, and photo gallery.

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 TheSpyNextDoor(Blu-ray)(JapanVersion) at 50.49 USD from YesAsia
TheSpyNextDoor(Blu-ray)(JapanVersion)
HK$ 392.00
After the gritty crime thriller Shinjuku Incident, Jackie Chan returns to his comfort zone in the family-friendly action comedy The Spy Next Door, delivering laughs in the frantic action he is known and loved for. Directed by Brian Levant (Jingle All the Way), the 2010 Lionsgate production co-stars Amber Valletta (Gamer), Billy Ray Cyrus (Hannah Montana), and famous talk show host George Lopez. The movie also features a montage of clips from early Jackie Chan classics as a tribute to the kung fu superstar.

Jackie plays Bob Ho, a CIA super spy in the guise of a bespectacled salesman. The martial arts-savvy secret agent decides to retire to an ordinary family life, but will his girlfriend Gillian (Amber Valletta) - and her three kids - say yes? To show that he is the suitable stepfather, Bob reluctantly agrees to babysit the naughty children. Now he not only needs to handle the household chores and tackle the kids' pranks, but also protect them from harm when the Russian terrorists suddenly come knocking!

The Japan Version Blu-ray is loaded with special features like trailer, making-of, interviews, and blooper reel.

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Deltamac Minority Report (2002) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 26.49 USD from YesAsia
Deltamac Minority Report (2002) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 206.00
Minority Report (2002) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Panorama Trivisa (2016) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.49 USD from YesAsia
Panorama Trivisa (2016) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 74.00
Produced by Johnnie To and Yau Nai Hoi, the gritty Milkyway thriller Trivisa stars Richie Jen, Gordon Lam and Jordan Chan as notorious criminals facing crossroads in their lives and livelihoods on the eve of Hong Kong's Handover back to China in 1997. New directors Frank Hui, Vicky Wong and Jevons Au are each responsible for one actor's portion in the tense collision course of three thieves of different feathers, all of whom are inspired by infamous real-life mobsters that topped Hong Kong's most wanted list. Like with the Election series, Trivisa is more than just a crime thriller: the film's characters and choices reflect on the Hong Kong mentality and feelings of insecurity, frustration, anger and helplessness as the Handover looms ahead.

Known for brazen armed robberies and police shootouts in broad daylight, Yip Kwok Foon (Richie Jen) decides to hang up his boots and seek his fortunes in the profitable trade of cross-border electronics smuggling. Though the money is good, he has to constantly wine, dine and kowtow to corrupt Chinese officials to get things done, a process that eats away at his pride. The cautious and meticulous Kwai Ching Hung (Gordon Lam) has pulled off numerous small-scale heists in his time, but he's managed to stay off the police radar by using pseudonyms and maintaining a low profile. The flashy and lavish Cheuk Tse Keung (Jordan Chan) makes his money through abducting and extorting tycoons, and he lives it up accordingly in the loudest and flashiest of ways. These three kings of thieves have nothing to do with each other, but rumors begin to spread in the underworld that they're planning to join forces to pull off something big before the Handover.

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Warner Home Video The Departed (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 25.75 USD from YesAsia
Warner Home Video The Departed (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
HK$ 200.00
The Departed (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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CJ E&M Howling OST : Original Motion Picture Score at 13.99 USD from YesAsia
CJ E&M Howling OST : Original Motion Picture Score
HK$ 109.00
Song Kang Ho and Lee Na Young star in the hit crime thriller Howling from A Frozen Flower director Yoo Ha. Based on the Naoki Prize-winning novel Kogoeru Kiba, the film revolves around two detectives investigating a mysterious murder case, in which victims are found dead with dog bite wounds all over. Like with Yoo Ha's previous films, the soundtrack for Howling is spearheaded by award-winning music director Kim Joon Seok and his team Movie Closer.
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 Unfair:TheEnd(Blu-ray)(NormalEdition)(JapanVersion) at 51.25 USD from YesAsia
Unfair:TheEnd(Blu-ray)(NormalEdition)(JapanVersion)
HK$ 398.00
Unfair, the long-running film and television franchise starring Shinohara Ryoko as a tough-as-nails cop, takes its final bow with the feature film Unfair: The End. Set four years after Unfair: The Answer, the crime thriller, again written and directed by Sato Shimako, brings detective Yukihira Natsumi back to the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department to take on a new case. After acquiring a set of confidential documents pointing to the shadow organization that killed her ex-husband, Yukihira must figure out who's an enemy and who's an ally amongst the police and prosecutors, and get to the bottom of the massive conspiracy.
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KT Music Last OST (jtbc TV Drama) at 13.99 USD from YesAsia
KT Music Last OST (jtbc TV Drama)
HK$ 109.00
Yoon Kye Sang fights to be the last man standing in the JTBC crime thriller Last. The singer-actor plays a fund manager who was on the fast track to success until a stock scheme goes bad and he loses everything overnight. Even among the homeless, however, there is a ranking order, and he'll have to fight through it to survive on the streets.

The soundtrack for Last includes Seo Moon Tak and Rocky L's "Last," Lee Jung's "It Goes Forgotten," Jelly Cookie's Jo Eun Ae's "Blossom," Young Ji's "Is Coming" and DinDin and TransFixion's Do It.

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Intercontinental Video Shutter Island (2010) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 37.99 USD from YesAsia
Intercontinental Video Shutter Island (2010) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 295.00
Shutter Island (2010) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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 ShutterIsland(Blu-ray)(SpecialCollector'sEdition)(JapanVersion) at 25.75 USD from YesAsia
ShutterIsland(Blu-ray)(SpecialCollector'sEdition)(JapanVersion)
HK$ 200.00
Shutter Island (Blu-ray) (Special Collector's Edition) (Japan Version)
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Joy Sales Long Arm Of The Law (1984) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 6.99 USD from YesAsia
Joy Sales Long Arm Of The Law (1984) (VCD) (Digitally Remastered) (Joy Sales Version) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 55.00
Johnny Mak directs Long Arm of the Law, a gritty and compelling crime thriller that packs a powerful dramatic punch! Lam Wai stars as the leader of a group of Mainland Chinese thieves, who uses his residence in Hong Kong as a launching pad for a daring hit on a jewelry store. He and his gang members dream of striking it rich and returning home loaded with dough, but the reality of their plans is far worse. The cops on their tail as are unscrupulous and determined as they are, and the ultimate price for a quick road to riches may be far more than they're willing to pay. Full of gritty and realistic action and emotions, Long Arm of the Law was critically acclaimed upon release, and has won cult appeal for its engrossing portrayal of imperfect individuals on both sides of the law. Nominated for numerous Hong Kong Film Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Screenplay.
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Warner Music Japan The Departed Soundtrack (First Press Limited Edition) (Japan Version) at 12.49 USD from YesAsia
Warner Music Japan The Departed Soundtrack (First Press Limited Edition) (Japan Version)
HK$ 97.00
The Departed Soundtrack (First Press Limited Edition) (Japan Version)
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Video Travel The Exclusive: Beat the Devil's Tattoo (DVD + Photobook) (2-Disc) (Limited Edition) (Korea Version) at 31.99 USD from YesAsia
Video Travel The Exclusive: Beat the Devil's Tattoo (DVD + Photobook) (2-Disc) (Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
HK$ 249.00
Director Roh Deok (Very Ordinary Couple) contemplates the meaning of truth in her sophomore directorial effort The Exclusive: Beat the Devil's Tattoo. Screened at the 18th Udine Far East Film Festival, the crime thriller stars Jo Jung Suk (Time Renegade) as a journalist whose exclusive scoop about a serial murder case leads to even more crimes. Lee Mi Sook (Horny Family) plays the newsroom head and Lee Ha Na (R2B: Return to Base), the journalist's wife.

Television reporter Heo Moo Hyuk (Jo Jung Suk), who is suspended from his post, receives a handwritten note from the most-wanted serial killer. Based on the note, he writes an exclusive story about the murder case that will save his job. Without further investigation, newsroom head Baek (Lee Mi Sook) releases the story which causes a great sensation. Thanks to the scoop, Moo Hyuk quickly resumes his work but discovers that his article was based on misinformation. However, a murder case then actually occurs according to his exclusive story.

This edition comes with a 36-page photobook and seven postcards.

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Panorama Overheard (2009) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 20.99 USD from YesAsia
Panorama Overheard (2009) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 163.00
One of the biggest Chinese blockbusters of 2009, Overheard is the latest police thriller from writer-directors Alan Mak and Felix Chong, who last collaborated on Lady Cop & Papa Crook. Building from a topic that feels especially relevant in the current economic climate, Overheard opens as a case of financial crime that escalates uncontrollably into violence and devastation. Three of Hong Kong's most popular leading men - Lau Ching Wan (Written), Louis Koo (Connected), and Daniel Wu (Shinjuku Incident) - play morally conflicted cops in this tense, unpredictable crime thriller. Co-produced by Derek Yee, Overheard also gets the top-notch supporting cast of Alex Fong Chung Sun (If You Are The One), Zhang Jingchu (Beast Stalker), Waise Lee (A Better Tomorrow), Lam Ka Wah (Look for a Star), pop idol William Chan in his film debut, and Michael Wong in an over-the-top scene-stealing turn as the nefarious businessman.

Cops Johnny (Lau Ching Wan), Gene (Louis Koo), and Max (Daniel Wu) are part of a special task force investigating a business firm that engages in financial crimes. While monitoring slimy executive Low (Waise Lee), Gene overhears an illegal stock tip. Street-smart Gene is married with kids, one of whom is battling cancer, and he himself has just been diagnosed with a terminal illness; he desperately wants to leave money behind for his family. Clean-cut Max is soon marrying into an overbearing rich family, and wants to prove himself financially. The two decide to make a gamble, and throw their life savings into the stock. Johnny who's harboring some secrets of his own - he's seeing the estranged wife (Zhang Jingchu) of his superior (Alex Fong) - covers for them. For these three cops who have always played it straight, all it takes is one wrong step to send them into a vicious crime spiral of no return.

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 Lost ID (DVD Box) (Japan Version) at 167.91 USD from YesAsia
Lost ID (DVD Box) (Japan Version)
HK$ 1,303.00
A man loses his identity overnight in NTV's crime suspense series Lost ID. Fujiwara Tatsuya stars as smart and successful engineer Todo Shinichi who is spearheading an important tech project at work and preparing to marry his fianc e in his personal life. Then one day, his identity is hijacked. In all records, his name, identification and assets suddenly get attributed to another person named Todo Shinichi, and he turns into an anonymous imposter who doesn't officially exist. Pushed against a wall, the lone and desperate Todo Shinichi must get to the bottom of the mysterious conspiracy and recover his rightful life and identity. Tamayama Tetsuji, Nikaido Fumi and Hey! Say! JUMP's Inoo Kei also co-star in the unpredictable crime thriller.
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 Sailor Suit and Machine Gun: Graduation (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Standard Edition) (Japan Version) at 48.75 USD from YesAsia
Sailor Suit and Machine Gun: Graduation (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Standard Edition) (Japan Version)
HK$ 379.00
To celebrate its 40th anniversary, Kadokawa Pictures revisited one of the studio's most famous films: Sailor Suit and Machine Gun. In 1981, Akagawa Jiro's classic pulp novel about a schoolgirl yakuza boss was adapted into a blockbuster hit starring Yakushimaru Hiroko that is remembered as one of the most iconic Japanese films of the eighties. The novel also inspired two TV dramas in 1982 and 2006 starring Harada Tomoyo and Nagasawa Masami, respectively. In 2016, teen singer-actress Hashimoto Kanna (Assassination Classroom) steps into the famous role of Hoshi Izumi in Sailor Suit and Machine Gun: Graduation, a spiritual sequel to the original story directed by Maeda Koji (Till Death Do Us What?). Co-starring Ando Masanobu (Gonin Saga) and Hasegawa Hiroki (Shin Godzilla), the crime thriller lives up to its predecessor by combining coming-of-age tropes with pulpy violence.

Hoshi Izumi (Hashimoto Kanna) may look like your average high school girl, but she is actually the leader of the Medaka yakuza clan. She inherited the role after her uncle's death, but the gang has since disbanded as part of a peace pact with the rival Hamaguchi gang. Izumi and her three loyal lieutenants now run a cafe together in relative peace as she looks forward to graduation. However, Izumi soon discovers that another yakuza clan with designs on the turf is dealing a dangerous new drug and luring girls into the sex trade through a fake modeling agency. To protect her friends and hometown, Izumi must revive the Medaka once more.

This edition comes with a postcard.

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Universe Laser SPL (2005) (Blu-ray) (2015 Reprint Version) (Hong Kong Version) at 23.99 USD from YesAsia
Universe Laser SPL (2005) (Blu-ray) (2015 Reprint Version) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 187.00
Hong Kong martial arts superstars Donnie Yen and Sammo Hung star in this explosive crime thriller from director Wilson Yip. Inspector Chan (Simon Yam) has a grudge to bear and a personal vendetta against local mob boss Wong Po (Sammo Hung). Seemingly untouchable and surrounded by an army of faceless young hoodlums, Wong Po holds the city in a vice-like grip.

It is 1997 and in anticipation of Hong Kong's imminent handover back to Mainland China, Inspector Ma (Donnie Yen) is sent in to take over Chan's unit. Chan has just three days to bring Ma up to speed before he retires, not just letting him in on Wong Po and his dealings, but also making sure Ma understands the Hong Kong way of doing things. The virtuous, crusading Ma, however, is determined to play by the book, but equally committed to bringing Wong Po and his empire crashing to the ground.

Slick, stylish and uncompromising, SPL is without doubt one of the best Hong Kong movies of the new millennium, harking back to the glory days of the 1980s with its themes of loyalty, honor and duty, as well as its flashy action sequences and staggering fight choreography. Yen, who also served as action director on the film, saves all of the film's best moments for himself, namely a double bill of ferociously violent encounters. The already infamous alleyway knife fight against Wong Po's top henchman, played by the dazzling Wu Jing, leads up to the film's explosive finale as Donnie and Sammo square off in one of the most eagerly-anticipated match-ups of this, or any, year.

For any discernible fan of action, Asian or martial arts movies, cop thrillers, bullet ballets or heroic bloodshed operatics, SPL is the movie you have been waiting for.

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Intercontinental Video Saving Mr. Wu (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 24.49 USD from YesAsia
Intercontinental Video Saving Mr. Wu (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 191.00
Frequent Jackie Chan collaborator Ding Sheng serves as screenwriter and director for the gripping crime thriller Saving Mr. Wu. Starring Andy Lau (Lost And Love), Liu Ye (Police Story 2013) and Wang Qingyuan (Brotherhood Of Blades), the film is based on the real-life 2004 kidnapping of co-star Wu Ruofu. Well-received by critics and audiences, Saving Mr. Wu earned nominations in two categories at this year's Golden Horse Awards.

Led by Zhang Hua (Wang Qianyuan), a crew of criminals in police disguise is lying in wait for their intended kidnapping target when a much bigger prize appears in front of them Hong Kong movie star Mr. Wu (Andy Lau). Not ones to pass up a clear opportunity, Zhang and his crew pick up Wu under the guise of investigating a hit-and-run. Once they arrive at their safe house, the criminals threaten and beat Wu. Just as they're about to kill their last hostage in a bid to intimidate Wu, the actor steps in and tells his captors that he can get the ransom for both of them. After witnessing Wu call his friend for the money, Zhang prepares to take off to his girlfriend's apartment. Before he leaves, he instructs his men to kill both of their hostages if the money isn't delivered by 9pm...

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SKY Digi Entertainment Co., Make Up (Blu-ray + Book) (Taiwan Version) at 45.99 USD from YesAsia
SKY Digi Entertainment Co., Make Up (Blu-ray + Book) (Taiwan Version)
HK$ 357.00
Directed by Lien Yi Chi, the Taiwan film Make Up walks a fine line juggling crime mystery, lesbian romance, and death discourse into its unique story. As the title promises, the film is set in the fascinating world of mortuary cosmetics and funeral services. Somber mortuary makeup artist Min Hsiu (Nikki Hsieh, One Day) takes her job very seriously. She advocates hygienic procedures, and takes care to help the departed look their best on their final journey. One day, a body she recognizes is brought to her mortuary - the body of her high school teacher Chen Ting (Sonia Sui, Black & White). Detective Kuo (Bryant Chang, Eternal Summer) suspects Chen Ting's psychologist husband Cheng Fu (Matt Wu, Da Yu: Touch of Fate) of foul play, and enlists Min Hsiu to help investigate him. Min Hsiu's memories of her illicit relationship with Chen Ting come surging back as she is reluctantly pulled into the mystery.

This edition comes with a 128-page movie book. Bonus features include deleted scenes (25min), alternate ending, and behind-the-scenes with commentary (39min).

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- The Departed (UMD) (Japan Version) at 16.75 USD from YesAsia
- The Departed (UMD) (Japan Version)
HK$ 130.00
The Departed (UMD) (Japan Version)
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CN Entertainment Ltd. Cold Eyes (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 20.99 USD from YesAsia
CN Entertainment Ltd. Cold Eyes (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 163.00
Korea's remake of the 2007 Hong Kong police thriller Eye in the Sky, Cold Eyes transplants the intense battle of wits and surveillance to the streets of Seoul. Sol Kyung Gu and Jung Woo Sung step into the opposing roles originally played by Simon Yam and Tony Leung Ka Fai a grisly surveillance unit leader and a coldly meticulous criminal mastermind. Also on the police surveillance team are Han Hyo Ju as the impulsive greenhorn and 2PM member Lee Jun Ho in his film debut. Co-directed by Jo Eui Seok (The World of Silence) and Kim Byung Seo, Cold Eyes is the rare remake that lives up to the original. The tense crime thriller stays true to the original's storyline while also setting itself apart in character and tone through strong performances, impeccable pacing and nerve-wracking chase scenes.

After taking an on-site test, Yoon Joo (Han Hyo Ju) becomes the newest member of the police surveillance unit led by veteran Detective Hwang (Sol Kyung Gu). Through tracking devices and good old legwork, the unit's task is to gather intel for other teams by finding, following and observing suspects, but never engaging. While Yoon Joo's taking her test, elsewhere in town a bank robbery occurs in broad daylight. The entire job is orchestrated down to the last second by the leader of the group, James (Jung Woo Sung), who observes from a nearby rooftop and allows no mistakes.

Detective Hwang and his team begin combing the area for the bank robbers, gradually narrowing the field and closing in on the suspects. James, however, catches scent of the police and stays one ruthless step ahead, escalating the cat-and-mouse game to life and death stakes.

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 Into the White Night (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 50.49 USD from YesAsia
Into the White Night (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
HK$ 392.00
After the acclaimed Japanese television drama and the stylish Korean film adaptation, director Fukugawa Yoshihiro takes his own crack at Higashino Keigo's hit novel Byakuyako. Unlike the Korean version's condensed, energetic take on the tale, Into the White Night tells its complex story of murder and past regrets in a more traditional, chronological fashion. Fukugawa first takes his time to set up the three protagonists - a woman climbing out of her tragic childhood, a man she once knew that has since become a criminal, and an obsessed detective that won't stop investigating an unsolved murder - before sending them on a tragic collision course. Horikita Maki (the Always - Sunset on Third Street series) takes on her most mature role yet as an opportunistic woman with skeletons in her closet, while Kora Kengo (Bandage) is both dangerous and charming as a mysterious criminal. An ambitious crime thriller spanning two decades, Into the White Night has been acclaimed by film critics since its world premiere at the 2010 Tokyo Film Festival.

In 1980, a man has been found dead, and the police - led by detective Sasagaki (Funakoshi Eichiro) - believe he was killed by someone that they suspect to be his lover. The woman eventually kills herself, leaving her daughter Yukiho subjected to years of bullying. Meanwhile, the dead man's son Ryoji eventually descends into crime and a secluded life. 18 years later, Yukiho (Horikita Maki) and Ryoji (Kora Kengo) are now separately leading totally different lives, but the retired Sasagaki is finally starting to solve this complex puzzle, proving that Yukiho and Ryoji may be closer than they appear to be.

This edition includes making of and more.

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Panorama Helios (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 29.49 USD from YesAsia
Panorama Helios (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 229.00
Following 2012's Cold War, which won the pair Best Director and Best Screenwriter accolades at the 32nd Hong Kong Film Awards, Sunny Luk and Longman Leung return with another action-packed crime thriller in Helios. Bigger than the duo's debut film in every sense of the word, Helios features an international, all-star cast that includes Jacky Cheung (Temporary Family), Nick Cheung (That Demon Within), Chang Chen (The Last Supper), Ji Jin Hee (Parallel Life), Choi Si Won (Dragon Blade), Shawn Yue (As The Light Goes Out), Wang Xueqi (Bodyguards And Assassins) and Janice Man (The Midnight After).

The man known as Helios (Chang Chen) is already South Korea's most wanted, but his name gains pan-Asian infamy when he steals DC8, a portable weapon of mass destruction developed in secret by the South Korean military, and takes off to Hong Kong to set up a sale. Once alerted, the authorities of Hong Kong scramble to combat the sudden, unprecedented threat. Experts from various fields are assembled for an emergency task force: Counter-Terrorism Response Unit chief Lee Yin Ming (Nick Cheung), Chinese official Song An (Wang Xueqi), University of Hong Kong physics professor Siu Chi Yan (Jacky Cheung) and South Korean weapons specialists Choi Min Ho (Ji Jin Hee) and Park Woo Cheol (Choi Si Won). Featuring a mish-mash of personalities and agendas, the hastily formed coalition threatens to implode at any time, but the group must somehow find a way to work together to defuse one of the biggest threats the region has ever seen.

This edition includes trailers and making-of features.

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Intercontinental Video The Bourne Ultimatum (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 32.99 USD from YesAsia
Intercontinental Video The Bourne Ultimatum (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 256.00
The Bourne Ultimatum (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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20th Century Fox Home Entertainment MINORITY REPORT (Japan Version) at 47.99 USD from YesAsia
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment MINORITY REPORT (Japan Version)
HK$ 373.00
MINORITY REPORT (Japan Version)
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Geneon Universal Entertainment Shinjuku Incident (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 47.49 USD from YesAsia
Geneon Universal Entertainment Shinjuku Incident (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
HK$ 369.00
Derek Yee (One Nite in Mongkok) directs action superstar Jackie Chan in Shinjuku Incident, a gripping and violent crime thriller that ranks among 2009's most eagerly anticipated Hong Kong films. Chan takes on a rare dramatic role as a Chinese immigrant who becomes inexorably tied to the Japanese mob. No stranger to tough drama, Yee gives Shinjuku Incident an added relevance with his exploration of Chinese migrants fending for themselves in Tokyo's seedy Shinjuku district. Aiding Yee is an impressive Asian cast, starting with Chan and including Hong Kong's Daniel Wu (Prot g ), China's Fan Bing Bing (Lost in Beijing) and Xu Jing Lei (Warlords), and Japan's Takenaka Naoto (Shall We Dance?) and Kato Masaya (Brother). Before its successful spring theatrical run, Shinjuku Incident served as the opening film at the 33rd Hong Kong International Film Festival.

Chinese laborer Steelhead (Jackie Chan) illegally arrives in Japan to search of his missing sweetheart Xiu Xiu (Xu Jing Lei), only to discover that she's married to rising Yakuza boss Eguchi (Kato Masaya). Determined to survive in Tokyo's underbelly, Steelhead unites the Chinese migrants, establishing their own community to protect themselves from the oppressive Japanese and foreign gangs. Steelhead even finds new love with bar owner Lily (Fan Bing Bing), and earns the favor of the righteous Inspector Kitano (Takenaka Naoto). However, the Chinese antagonize the entrenched Taiwanese gangsters, leading Steelhead to forge an alliance with Eguchi. As a Yakuza enforcer, Steelhead earns respect and even his own base of power. But Steelhead's Chinese brothers are corrupted by their newfound power, and an internal struggle within the Yakuza threatens their own position. All Steelhead wants is a return to simpler, honest times like he once shared with Xiu Xiu back in China. But it may now be too late

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Panorama Koma (DTS Version) at 10.99 USD from YesAsia
Panorama Koma (DTS Version)
HK$ 86.00
"Human kidneys are not difficult to come by. You simply take a surgical knife, make a horizontal cut in the lower back, and take it out."

Awarded the Outstanding New Director in the Hong Kong Film Awards in 2003, director Law Chi-leung bloodies the screen with the crime thriller Koma, casting two award-winning actresses Angelica Lee Sin-je (The Eye) and Karena Lam (Inner Senses) as leads.

Koma tells of the petrifying murder of an unwilling organ "donor." Ching (Angelica Lee), being the only witness to the crime, identifies Ling (Karena Lam) as the suspect. Ching, herself suffering from chronic kidney disease that urgently requires a donor kidney, learns that her boyfriend (Andy Hui) is sleeping with Ling. Their fates are further intertwined with more suspicion, friendship, betrayal, and passion, but the closer they come together, the closer they draw towards unimaginable consequences. This thriller is guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat and guessing until the very last moment!

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CN Entertainment Ltd. Sailor Suit and Machine Gun -Graduation- (2016) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 28.99 USD from YesAsia
CN Entertainment Ltd. Sailor Suit and Machine Gun -Graduation- (2016) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 225.00
To celebrate its 40th anniversary, Kadokawa Pictures revisited one of the studio's most famous films: Sailor Suit and Machine Gun. In 1981, Akagawa Jiro's classic pulp novel about a schoolgirl yakuza boss was adapted into a blockbuster hit starring Yakushimaru Hiroko that is remembered as one of the most iconic Japanese films of the eighties. The novel also inspired two TV dramas in 1982 and 2006 starring Harada Tomoyo and Nagasawa Masami, respectively. In 2016, teen singer-actress Hashimoto Kanna (Assassination Classroom) steps into the famous role of Hoshi Izumi in Sailor Suit and Machine Gun: Graduation, a spiritual sequel to the original story directed by Maeda Koji (Till Death Do Us What?). Co-starring Ando Masanobu (Gonin Saga) and Hasegawa Hiroki (Shin Godzilla), the crime thriller lives up to its predecessor by combining coming-of-age tropes with pulpy violence.

Hoshi Izumi (Hashimoto Kanna) may look like your average high school girl, but she is actually the leader of the Medaka yakuza clan. She inherited the role after her uncle's death, but the gang has since disbanded as part of a peace pact with the rival Hamaguchi gang. Izumi and her three loyal lieutenants now run a cafe together in relative peace as she looks forward to graduation. However, Izumi soon discovers that another yakuza clan with designs on the turf is dealing a dangerous new drug and luring girls into the sex trade through a fake modeling agency. To protect her friends and hometown, Izumi must revive the Medaka once more.

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SKY Digi Entertainment Co., Make Up (Blu-ray) (Taiwan Version) at 29.99 USD from YesAsia
SKY Digi Entertainment Co., Make Up (Blu-ray) (Taiwan Version)
HK$ 233.00
Directed by Lien Yi Chi, the Taiwan film Make Up walks a fine line juggling crime mystery, lesbian romance, and death discourse into its unique story. As the title promises, the film is set in the fascinating world of mortuary cosmetics and funeral services. Somber mortuary makeup artist Min Hsiu (Nikki Hsieh, One Day) takes her job very seriously. She advocates hygienic procedures, and takes care to help the departed look their best on their final journey. One day, a body she recognizes is brought to her mortuary - the body of her high school teacher Chen Ting (Sonia Sui, Black & White). Detective Kuo (Bryant Chang, Eternal Summer) suspects Chen Ting's psychologist husband Cheng Fu (Matt Wu, Da Yu: Touch of Fate) of foul play, and enlists Min Hsiu to help investigate him. Min Hsiu's memories of her illicit relationship with Chen Ting come surging back as she is reluctantly pulled into the mystery.

Bonus features include deleted scenes (25min), alternate ending, and behind-the-scenes with commentary (39min).

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Mnet Media Private Eye OST at 13.99 USD from YesAsia
Mnet Media Private Eye OST
HK$ 109.00
Director Park Dae Min's greatly hyped 2009 period crime thriller Private Eye revolves around a serial murder case in early 20th-century Korea. Award-winning actor Hwang Jung Min (A Man Who Was Superman) plays a suave private detective chasing after the killer along with popular actress Uhm Ji Won (Epitaph) and up-and-coming actor Ryu Deok Hwan, last seen playing a serial murderer in Our Town. From the music director of Le Grand Chef and TV dramas Time Between Dog and Wolf and La Dolce Vita, the Private Eye OST presents an atmospheric score drawing from jazz and traditional Korean instrumentals to capture the film's mysterious and nostalgic moods. Woong San sings the theme song Mascara De Un Payaso.
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Warner Bros Publications The Departed (Blu-ray) (Korea Version) at 34.99 USD from YesAsia
Warner Bros Publications The Departed (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
HK$ 272.00
The Departed (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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Intercontinental Video Punished (2011) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 24.49 USD from YesAsia
Intercontinental Video Punished (2011) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 191.00
Audiences looking for a tight crime thriller will be duly rewarded with Punished, another acclaimed production from Hong Kong auteur Johnnie To's Milkyway Image. Director Law Wing Cheong (Tactical Unit: Comrades in Arms) creates ample suspense and tension in the cleverly plotted tale of retaliation and retribution, which reunites To's regular stars Anthony Wong and Richie Jen as a tyrannical tycoon hell-bent on revenge and his loyal executor respectively. Premiered at the Hong Kong International Film Festival 2011, the film co-stars Janice Man, Maggie Cheung Ho Yee, Candy Lo, Lam Lei, Jun Kung, Charlie Cho, and Anthony Wong's teenage son Wong Yat Yat in his screen debut.

When ruthless property developer Wong Ho Chiu (Anthony Wong) learns that his rebellious daughter Daisy (Janice Man) is kidnapped, he dismisses it as merely her self-orchestrated scheme to extort money from him. One wrong decision from Wong leads to the tragic death of Daisy, and the enraged and guilt-ridden father sends his trusted former bodyguard Yiu Kai Chor (Richie Jen) to hunt down the culprits and wreak violent vengeance on them. But as Yiu deals out punishment to the gang of kidnappers one by one, Wong finds that he too has to reap what he sowed...

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 Sailor Suit and Machine Gun: Graduation (Blu-ray) (Premium Edition) (Japan Version) at 82.99 USD from YesAsia
Sailor Suit and Machine Gun: Graduation (Blu-ray) (Premium Edition) (Japan Version)
HK$ 644.00
To celebrate its 40th anniversary, Kadokawa Pictures revisited one of the studio's most famous films: Sailor Suit and Machine Gun. In 1981, Akagawa Jiro's classic pulp novel about a schoolgirl yakuza boss was adapted into a blockbuster hit starring Yakushimaru Hiroko that is remembered as one of the most iconic Japanese films of the eighties. The novel also inspired two TV dramas in 1982 and 2006 starring Harada Tomoyo and Nagasawa Masami, respectively. In 2016, teen singer-actress Hashimoto Kanna (Assassination Classroom) steps into the famous role of Hoshi Izumi in Sailor Suit and Machine Gun: Graduation, a spiritual sequel to the original story directed by Maeda Koji (Till Death Do Us What?). Co-starring Ando Masanobu (Gonin Saga) and Hasegawa Hiroki (Shin Godzilla), the crime thriller lives up to its predecessor by combining coming-of-age tropes with pulpy violence.

Hoshi Izumi (Hashimoto Kanna) may look like your average high school girl, but she is actually the leader of the Medaka yakuza clan. She inherited the role after her uncle's death, but the gang has since disbanded as part of a peace pact with the rival Hamaguchi gang. Izumi and her three loyal lieutenants now run a cafe together in relative peace as she looks forward to graduation. However, Izumi soon discovers that another yakuza clan with designs on the turf is dealing a dangerous new drug and luring girls into the sex trade through a fake modeling agency. To protect her friends and hometown, Izumi must revive the Medaka once more.

This edition comes with a bonus disc, a CD, a special booklet and a postcard.

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Mirrorball Music No Mercy OST at 13.99 USD from YesAsia
Mirrorball Music No Mercy OST
HK$ 109.00
Acclaimed actors Sol Kyung Gu and Ryoo Seung Bum face off in a violent and tragic crime thriller that blurs the lines between justice and vengeance. Directed by Kim Hyung Joon, No Mercy stars as a forensic pathologist investigating a gruesome murder that points to an environmental activist, who readily admits to the crime but seems to be hiding his true agenda. Popular television actress Han Hye Jin (Jumong) makes her film debut as a rookie detective. The soundtrack for No Mercy features the theme song Gong Gam Dae from psychedelic band Seoul Electric Band and legendary rock singer Kim Bada, and instrumental score by music director Park Ji Man.
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CN Entertainment Ltd. The Outlaw (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 7.99 USD from YesAsia
CN Entertainment Ltd. The Outlaw (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 62.00
Is there such a thing as justifiable murder? Acclaimed actor Gam Woo Sung (King and the Clown) returns to the big screen to deal bloody justice in the crime thriller Outlaw. Writer-director Kim Cheol Han draws from real-life serial murder cases to provide the setting for this intense film about an enraged detective working outside the law to exact revenge on those who kill. Gam Woo Sung is riveting as the man over the edge, driven to fight violence with violence in increasingly cold manner. Actresses Jang Shin Young (Red Eye) and Lee Seung Min (Beastie Boys) also co-star in this violent and harrowing revenge thriller.

Homicide detective Jung Soo (Gam Woo Sung) is surrounded by injustice everyday, injustice that the law can't always fix. After tragically losing his wife (Lee Seung Min, Beastie Boys) and daughter to vicious killers, Jung Soo manages to nab the culprits, but they end up walking free because of inadequate evidence. Outraged by the cruelty of the world, Jung Soo decides to take matters into his hand, and take bloody revenge on the murderers that go unpunished.

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Guang Dong Yin Xiang Punished (2011) (DVD-9) (DTS Version) (China Version) at 6.99 USD from YesAsia
Guang Dong Yin Xiang Punished (2011) (DVD-9) (DTS Version) (China Version)
HK$ 55.00
Audiences looking for a tight crime thriller will be duly rewarded with Punished, another acclaimed production from Hong Kong auteur Johnnie To's Milkyway Image. Director Law Wing Cheong (Tactical Unit: Comrades in Arms) creates ample suspense and tension in the cleverly plotted tale of retaliation and retribution, which reunites To's regular stars Anthony Wong and Richie Jen as a tyrannical tycoon hell-bent on revenge and his loyal executor respectively. Premiered at the Hong Kong International Film Festival 2011, the film co-stars Janice Man, Maggie Cheung Ho Yee, Candy Lo, Lam Lei, Jun Kung, Charlie Cho, and Anthony Wong's teenage son Wong Yat Yat in his screen debut.

When ruthless property developer Wong Ho Chiu (Anthony Wong) learns that his rebellious daughter Daisy (Janice Man) is kidnapped, he dismisses it as merely her self-orchestrated scheme to extort money from him. One wrong decision from Wong leads to the tragic death of Daisy, and the enraged and guilt-ridden father sends his trusted former bodyguard Yiu Kai Chor (Richie Jen) to hunt down the culprits and wreak violent vengeance on them. But as Yiu deals out punishment to the gang of kidnappers one by one, Wong finds that he too has to reap what he sowed...

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Universe Laser Fairy Tale Killer (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 23.99 USD from YesAsia
Universe Laser Fairy Tale Killer (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 187.00
Children's stories and horrifying murders go hand in hand in Danny Pang's Fairy Tale Killer. The latest solo project from one of the creators behind Hong Kong horror hit The Eye ditches the supernatural angle but retains the scares and suspense in a gruesome crime thriller about a serial killer that finds inspiration in classic fables. Two acclaimed actors join the filmmaker's cause: Lau Ching Wan (Life Without Principle) stars as the troubled cop on the case, while the usually meek Wang Baoqiang (Mr. Tree) becomes the deranged killer responsible for the bizarre and bloody deaths. The supporting cast includes singer/actress Elanne Kwong (Love Lifting), who flexes her acting muscles again playing an autistic artist, as well as Lam Suet, Elena Kong, and Joey Meng.

At the precinct where Inspector Wong (Lau Ching Wan) is stationed, a man with a serious stutter named Ng (Wang Baoqiang) turns himself in, claiming he has committed murder. The "victim", however, turns out very much alive, so the cops have to let this apparently mentally disturbed man go. But after a couple of days that victim really ends up dead, and soon other bodies begin to turn up one by one, all killed in different but equally grisly manners. Without any clue, Wong struggles to lead the investigation into these strange murders. What they manage to find in the apartment of Ng, the prime suspect, is nothing but a pile of books of fairy tales...

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 Genome Hazard (Blu-ray) (Special Priced Edition) (Japan Version) at 22.75 USD from YesAsia
Genome Hazard (Blu-ray) (Special Priced Edition) (Japan Version)
HK$ 177.00
Directed by Kim Sung Su (The Flu), the Korea-Japan co-production Genome Hazard is a sci-fi crime thriller based on the novel by Tsukasaki Shiro. Shot mostly in Japanese with some Korean, the film stars popular Japanese actor Nishijima Hidetoshi (Strawberry Night) as a man living a life that does not belong to him. Korean actress Kim Hyo Jin (Marriage Blue) and Japanese actress Maki Yoko (The Ravine of Goodbye) co-star in the mind-bending thriller.

Japanese artist Ishigami (Nishijima Hidetoshi) comes home one night and finds his wife dead on the living floor. Minutes later, he receives a phone call from his wife, apparently alive and well. Before he can make sense of the situation, some men show up at the door claiming to be police officers. When he turns back around, his wife's body has disappeared. Ishigami suddenly finds himself on the run from mysterious assailants as he investigates the mystery with the help of a Korean reporter (Kim Hyo Jin) he meets by chance. Gradually, he comes to realize that his identity and memories may not be his own.

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CN Entertainment Ltd. Departures (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 62.00
Winner of Best Foreign Language Film at the 81st Academy Awards, Departures takes a sensitive look at life through the rituals of death. Directed by Takita Yojiro (When the Last Sword is Drawn), Departures (a.k.a. Okuribito) follows the experiences of a young undertaker as he grows into his work. Backdropped by an elegant score from master composer Hisaishi Joe, Departures presents a simple, yet poignant study of how one man comes to terms with his unconventional profession, and how the customs of death affect and reflect the course of life. At times humorous and at times heartbreaking, the film approaches its topic with respect and realism, revealing a fascinating aspect of Japanese culture rarely seen on screen. Leading man Motoki Masahiro (Gemini) anchors the film with a magnificent, understated performance. Co-starring popular actress Hirosue Ryoko (Bubble Fiction: Boom or Bust) and veteran Yamazaki Tsutomu, Departures swept 10 awards at the 32nd Japan Academy Awards including Best Picture, Director, Screenplay, Actor, Supporting Actor, and Supporting Actress.

Out of work with nowhere to go, cellist Kobayashi Daigo (Motoki Masahiro) and his wife (Hirosue Ryoko) leave Tokyo and move back to his sleepy hometown. Daigo answers a help-wanted ad for what he thinks is a travel agency, but turns out to be an encoffinment agency. Taking the job anyway, he begins a new life as an encoffinment specialist under grisly owner Sasaki (Yamazaki Tsutomu). Despite his initial fears and misgivings about cleansing and clothing corpses, Daigo soon discovers the job and the town suit him just fine. Carefully preparing the departed for their final journey with a musician's precision, he finds a greater appreciation and understanding for life. The stigma of the profession, however, is not lost on his wife, and his choice of work gradually takes toll on their marriage.

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Intercontinental Video Fire Of Conscience (2010) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 24.49 USD from YesAsia
Intercontinental Video Fire Of Conscience (2010) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 191.00
Director Dante Lam follows The Beast Stalker with the powerhouse action thriller Fire of Conscience. Leon Lai and Richie Jen headline the hardboiled crime actioner as opposing cops with dark pasts that build to even darker consequences. Packed with gritty action and stylistic shootouts choreographed by action director Chin Kar Lok, Fire of Conscience paves the way for a brooding, burning showdown between two flawed men with many bullets at their disposal. An impressive supporting cast that includes freshly crowned Hong Kong Film Awards Best Supporting Actress Michelle Ye, Taiwan actress Vivian Hsu, Mainland actor Wang Baoqiang (Equation of Love and Death), and Liu Kai Chi (Beast Stalker) adds compelling character drama to this quintessential Hong Kong crime thriller.

Ill-tempered, unshaven street detective Manfred (Leon Lai) is quick to deal justice with his fists, and constantly on the hunt for the pickpocket who killed his wife. Slick inspector Kee (Richie Jen) is a rising star in the force with more than a few skeletons in his closet. A string of possibly related incidents - a cop killing, a drug raid, and a murdered prostitute - brings the starkly different detectives on the same beat. The two assist each other when their investigations cross paths, but a fatally botched operation soon reveals there's a traitor among them.

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Intercontinental Video Breaking News (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 24.49 USD from YesAsia
Intercontinental Video Breaking News (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Johnnie To adds a satirical twist to his pet genre in the 2004 crime thriller Breaking News. Winning Best Director for To at the 41st Golden Horse Awards, this clever police drama features the director's signature thrilling gunplay and charismatic (anti)heroes, but differs from his other genre efforts with its satirical pokes at the media and fresh casting. For Breaking News, To departed from his usual actors to work with pop idol Kelly Chen (An Empress and the Warriors), Taiwan singer Richie Jen (Exiled), and Nick Cheung (Election), in what would be the first of many collaborations. Playing against his comedic image of the time, Nick Cheung stars as the brash cop pursuing Richie Jen's brazenly cool criminal. Kelly Chen portrays a police inspector trying to orchestrate the cops-and-robbers showdown into a media show, changing the nature of the game for both the police and the criminals. Johnnie To regulars Simon Yam, Maggie Siu, and Eddie Cheung also make appearances in the film.

Breaking News opens with its most memorable scene, an amazing eight-minute one-take continuous shot following a team of thieves led by Yuan (Richie Jen) as they make their getaway and engage in multiple shootouts with the cops. The criminals' bold escape is all captured on camera, leading to a public outcry against police cowardice and incompetence. In steps Inspector Rebecca Fong (Kelly Chen) who proposes fixing this public relations nightmare by putting on another big show for the media: televising their capture of the criminals.

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Kam & Ronson Enterprises Co Ltd S Storm (2016) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.49 USD from YesAsia
Kam & Ronson Enterprises Co Ltd S Storm (2016) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 74.00
Z Storm director David Lam and leading man Louis Koo return for the sequel S Storm, an exciting crime thriller again centered around the workings of the ICAC, Hong Kong's corruption watchdog law enforcement agency. Corruption within another quintessential Hong Kong institution, the city's official horse racing and betting operator Jockey Club, sets off a long and sinister trail of crime, conspiracy and collusion that runs far deeper than meets the eye. Adding to the local appeal is a cast filled with former TVB stars including Julian Cheung, Bowie Lam, Ada Choi and Shek Sau, as well as Lo Hoi Pang, Dada Chen and Taiwan actor Vic Chou.

ICAC agent Luk (Louis Koo) is investigating the case of a Jockey Club trader suspected of accepting bribes and fixing sports betting odds. The suspect, however, gets murdered in broad daylight by a hitman (Vic Chou), and Luk is the only witness. Detective Lau (Julian Cheung) is put in charge of the murder case, but in a classic example of ICAC and police deadlock, he is unable to get much information out of Luk. The two agencies delve into the victim's connection with illegal bookmaking operations and discover that there is a mysterious and ruthless big boss pulling the strings.

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The Departed DVD
HK$ 67.00
Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play. Oscar-winning crime thriller from acclaimed director Martin Scorsese. The Massachusetts State Police Department in South Boston is waging an all-out war to take down the city's top organised crime ring. The key is to end the reign of powerful mob boss Frank Costello (Jack Nicholson) from the inside. A young rookie, Bill Costigan (Leonardo DiCaprio), is assigned to infiltrate the mob run by Costello. While Billy is working to gain Costello's trust, another young cop, Colin Sullivan (Matt Damon), is quickly rising through the ranks of the state police. Earning a spot in the Special Investigations Unit, Colin is among a handful of elite officers whose mission is to bring Costello down. But what his superiors don't know is that Colin is working for Costello, keeping the crime boss one step ahead of the police.
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20th Century Fox Home Entertainment Minority Report DVD Collector's Box (Japan Version) at 87.99 USD from YesAsia
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment Minority Report DVD Collector's Box (Japan Version)
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Minority Report DVD Collector's Box (Japan Version)
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Deltamac Veteran (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 22.49 USD from YesAsia
Deltamac Veteran (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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A battle of wits between a tenacious detective and a ruthless corporate heir kicks off in writer-director Ryoo Seung Wan's (The Berlin File) crime action blockbuster Veteran. The box-office smash set a record as the third highest-grossing Korean film of all time and garnered various prizes at the 36th Blue Dragon Film Awards, 48th Sitges Film Festival, 35th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards and 7th Korean Film Reporters Association Awards. The crime thriller stars acclaimed actors Hwang Jung Min (A Violent Prosecutor) and Yoo Ah In (Like for Likes), with supporting appearances by Yu Hae Jin (Fatal Intuition), Oh Dal Soo (Ode to My Father), Jung Woong In (Fists of Legend), Jung Man Shik (Granny's Got Talent) and Jin Kyung (You Call It Passion).

To bust a gang of car smugglers, detective Seo Do Cheol (Hwang Jung Min) hires truck driver Bae Cheol Ho (Jung Woong In) and travels to Busan with his partner Oh (Oh Dal Soo). While Do Cheol eagerly anticipates a promotion after accomplishing the mission, Bae gets sacked by his contractor (Jung Man Shik) who works for the conglomerate Sinjin Group. Bae protests against the unfair dismissal and finally gets a chance to voice his grievances to Jo Tae Oh (Yoo Ah In), the young arrogant heir to Sinjin Group. The meeting turns violent and Bae gets humiliated and beaten up in front of his son. After the meeting, Bae falls from the top stairwell of the Sinjin Group building in an apparent suicide.

Do Cheol, however, is doubtful about the circumstances of Bae's fall and suspects that the rich and out-of-control Tae Oh may be related to the case. While Do Cheol persists in finding the truth, Tae Oh and Sinjin vice president Choi (Yu Hae Jin) resort to increasingly extreme measures to stop him from digging into the case.

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 Lost ID (Blu-ray Box) (Japan Version) at 209.47 USD from YesAsia
Lost ID (Blu-ray Box) (Japan Version)
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A man loses his identity overnight in NTV's crime suspense series Lost ID. Fujiwara Tatsuya stars as smart and successful engineer Todo Shinichi who is spearheading an important tech project at work and preparing to marry his fianc e in his personal life. Then one day, his identity is hijacked. In all records, his name, identification and assets suddenly get attributed to another person named Todo Shinichi, and he turns into an anonymous imposter who doesn't officially exist. Pushed against a wall, the lone and desperate Todo Shinichi must get to the bottom of the mysterious conspiracy and recover his rightful life and identity. Tamayama Tetsuji, Nikaido Fumi and Hey! Say! JUMP's Inoo Kei also co-star in the unpredictable crime thriller.
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Mei Ah Buttonman (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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When the mob kill, someone has to clean up the mess. That person is Wei (Francis Ng). Known as the "Buttonman", low-ranking gangster Wei specializes in cleaning crime scenes. He comes and goes without a trace, disposing of dead bodies without leaving any evidence behind. Lately Wei's been thinking of calling it quits. He's in trouble with the syndicate because his assistant (Leon Dai) secretly sold organs on the black market, and his girlfriend (Terri Kwan) is cheating on him. But the more he wants to quit, the more he gets pulled back in, pushing him dangerously over the edge. What happens when it is the Buttonman who needs to be cleared away?

Hong Kong movie star Francis Ng heads to Taiwan for the dark crime thriller Buttonman by up-and-coming director Chien Ren Hao (The Underground Order). Ng delivers a multilayered performance as a small-time gangster whose true nature is slowly revealed as he's driven into a corner by romance and underworld struggles. The first Taiwan film produced by Hong Kong film company Mei Ah, Buttonman brings together an interesting cast that includes popular actress Terri Kwan (The Heirloom), acclaimed actor Leon Dai (Parking), Taiwan beauty guru Janet Lee in her film debut, and Mainland star Huang Yue.

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Hong Jun International Co., Ltd. Helios (2015) (Blu-ray) (Taiwan Version) at 29.99 USD from YesAsia
Hong Jun International Co., Ltd. Helios (2015) (Blu-ray) (Taiwan Version)
HK$ 233.00
Following 2012's Cold War, which won the pair Best Director and Best Screenwriter accolades at the 32nd Hong Kong Film Awards, Sunny Luk and Longman Leung return with another action-packed crime thriller in Helios. Bigger than the duo's debut film in every sense of the word, Helios features an international, all-star cast that includes Jacky Cheung (Temporary Family), Nick Cheung (That Demon Within), Chang Chen (The Last Supper), Ji Jin Hee (Parallel Life), Choi Si Won (Dragon Blade), Shawn Yue (As The Light Goes Out), Wang Xueqi (Bodyguards And Assassins) and Janice Man (The Midnight After).

The man known as Helios (Chang Chen) is already South Korea's most wanted, but his name gains pan-Asian infamy when he steals DC8, a portable weapon of mass destruction developed in secret by the South Korean military, and takes off to Hong Kong to set up a sale. Once alerted, the authorities of Hong Kong scramble to combat the sudden, unprecedented threat. Experts from various fields are assembled for an emergency task force: Counter-Terrorism Response Unit chief Lee Yin Ming (Nick Cheung), Chinese official Song An (Wang Xueqi), University of Hong Kong physics professor Siu Chi Yan (Jacky Cheung) and South Korean weapons specialists Choi Min Ho (Ji Jin Hee) and Park Woo Cheol (Choi Si Won). Featuring a mish-mash of personalities and agendas, the hastily formed coalition threatens to implode at any time, but the group must somehow find a way to work together to defuse one of the biggest threats the region has ever seen.

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Universal Pictures The Bourne Ultimatum DVD
HK$ 61.00
Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play. The final instalment of Paul Greengrass's action trilogy, based on the novels by Robert Ludlum. The tension is ratcheted up even further as Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) races to uncover the dark mysteries of his past while a government agent is hot on his trail following a shootout in Moscow. Julia Stiles, Joan Allen, David Strathairn and Paddy Considine co-star.
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Kam & Ronson Enterprises Co Ltd S Storm (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 29.99 USD from YesAsia
Kam & Ronson Enterprises Co Ltd S Storm (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 233.00
Z Storm director David Lam and leading man Louis Koo return for the sequel S Storm, an exciting crime thriller again centered around the workings of the ICAC, Hong Kong's corruption watchdog law enforcement agency. Corruption within another quintessential Hong Kong institution, the city's official horse racing and betting operator Jockey Club, sets off a long and sinister trail of crime, conspiracy and collusion that runs far deeper than meets the eye. Adding to the local appeal is a cast filled with former TVB stars including Julian Cheung, Bowie Lam, Ada Choi and Shek Sau, as well as Lo Hoi Pang, Dada Chen and Taiwan actor Vic Chou.

ICAC agent Luk (Louis Koo) is investigating the case of a Jockey Club trader suspected of accepting bribes and fixing sports betting odds. The suspect, however, gets murdered in broad daylight by a hitman (Vic Chou), and Luk is the only witness. Detective Lau (Julian Cheung) is put in charge of the murder case, but in a classic example of ICAC and police deadlock, he is unable to get much information out of Luk. The two agencies delve into the victim's connection with illegal bookmaking operations and discover that there is a mysterious and ruthless big boss pulling the strings.

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Minority Report DVD
HK$ 26.00
Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play. In this kinetic futuristic thriller from Steven Spielberg, Tom Cruise plays John Anderton, the head of Washington's Pre-Crime bureau, an experimental government agency that uses precognitive humans to predict murders. Finding himself accused of a future homicide, Anderton goes on the run and tries to stay one step ahead of his jet pack-assisted colleagues and an ambitious Federal agent (Colin Farrell). Adapted from a short story by Philip K. Dick, Minority Report is one of Spielberg's most sheerly entertaining and deliriously imaginative movies. Actors Tom Cruise, Colin Farrell, Samantha Morton, Max von Sydow, Kathryn Morris, Tim Blake Nelson, Peter Stormare, Lois Smith, Jason Antoon & Neal McDonough Director Steven Spielberg Certificate 12 years and over Year 2002 Screen Widescreen 2.40:1 Anamorphic Languages English - Dolby Digital (5.1) ; DTS Duration 2 hours and 22 minutes (approx)
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Welcome International Co., LTD The Bullet Vanishes (2012) (Blu-ray) (Taiwan Version) at 34.64 USD from YesAsia
Welcome International Co., LTD The Bullet Vanishes (2012) (Blu-ray) (Taiwan Version)
HK$ 269.00
Lau Ching Wan (Overheard) and Nicholas Tse (The Viral Factor) make an exciting detective duo in The Bullet Vanishes, the latest hit from Double Tap director Lo Chi Leung. Produced by renowned filmmaker Derek Yee (The Great Magician), the stylish period crime thriller set in the turbulent times of 1930s China boasts a striking blend of suspense, action, and twisting plots wrapped in slick production values worthy of Hollywood blockbusters. Credited in no small part to the two charismatic leads as well as their co-stars Mini Yang, Liu Kai Chi, Jing Boran, Jiang Yiyan, Yumiko Cheng, and Wu Gang, the film's success at the box office is expected to trigger the birth of a strong new film franchise.

One rainy night in an arms factory near Shanghai, a young female worker accused of stealing a box of bullets from the ruthless Boss Ding (Liu Kai Chi) is violently killed in a game of Russian roulette. Half a month later, a series of inexplicable deaths takes place in the factory, where the victims are shot but no bullets are found. Rumors of a deadly curse begin to spread in the factory, terrorizing the workers there. So, eccentric police inspector Song Donglu (Lau Ching Wan) and his hot-blooded, gunslinging partner Guo Zhui (Nicholas Tse) are sent in to investigate the mystery of the phantom bullets...

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Deltamac Minority Report
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Minority Report
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Vicol Entertainment Ltd. Z Storm (2014) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 9.99 USD from YesAsia
Vicol Entertainment Ltd. Z Storm (2014) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 78.00
2014 marks the 40th anniversary of Hong Kong's famous Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC), the city's law enforcement agency that specifically investigates corruption and operates independently from the police force. The Hong Kong entertainment industry has joined in celebrating the institution's work with the corruption crime thriller Z Storm, the first movie in 15 years from veteran director David Lam (First Shot) who actually worked at the ICAC for several years.

When a woman enters the ICAC headquarters to accuse police officer Wong Man Bin (Gordon Lam, Cold War) of corruption, William Luk (Louis Koo, The White Storm) opens an investigation into what initially appears to be a simple case of low-level corruption. He soon discovers that the scope of the case is much bigger than he realized, as key witnesses start getting killed off one by one. Undaunted, William continues the investigation, uncovering a vast conspiracy involving a charity managed by lawyer Malcolm Wu (Michael Wong, Firestorm), a mysterious girl named Angel (Dada Chan, Vulgaria), top-level policemen, tycoons and even the Hong Kong government.

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Java Music The Stool Pigeon Original Soundtrack (OST) at 19.29 USD from YesAsia
Java Music The Stool Pigeon Original Soundtrack (OST)
HK$ 150.00
The critically acclaimed 2008 Hong Kong crime thriller The Beast Stalker swept a handful of awards, including an unprecedented seven Best Actor accolades for star Nick Cheung. Two years later, director Dante Lam deals another powerful blow with the highly anticipated follow-up The Stool Pigeon, which features a brand-new and likely more explosive storyline. Many of the original's cast members come back for the second serving, including Nick Cheung and Nicholas Tse as a conflicted cop and the informant he put in dire situations, respectively.

For the Original Soundtrack album of The Stool Pigeon, the first film's composer Henry Lai (Echoes of the Rainbow, Three Kingdoms: Resurrection of the Dragon) is brought back to conjure up another musical masterpiece. Complementing the film's thrilling story, the strings-based score expresses the complex psychology of the characters, and its emotional impact will surely stay with the audience long after the film ends.

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Deltamac Minority Report (Special Version)
HK$ 109.00
John Anderson (Tom Cruise) belongs to a team of future cops who are able to give exact predictions about acts of murder, but is on the lam after being alleged of a forthcoming crime himself! Full of mesmerizing special effects and action packed sequences with a strong script to back it up, this startling movie delivers first rate entertainment!

The powerful duo of hit director Steven Spielberg and screen attraction Tom Cruise present an explosive thriller based on a novel by sci-fi bestseller novelist Philip K. Dick who also provided the story for Ridley Scott's 80's smash "Blade Runner"!

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Art Service Cold Eyes (Blu-ray) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) at 34.99 USD from YesAsia
Art Service Cold Eyes (Blu-ray) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
HK$ 272.00
Korea's remake of the 2007 Hong Kong police thriller Eye in the Sky, Cold Eyes transplants the intense battle of wits and surveillance to the streets of Seoul. Sol Kyung Gu and Jung Woo Sung step into the opposing roles originally played by Simon Yam and Tony Leung Ka Fai a grisly surveillance unit leader and a coldly meticulous criminal mastermind. Also on the police surveillance team are Han Hyo Ju as the impulsive greenhorn and 2PM member Lee Jun Ho in his film debut. Co-directed by Jo Eui Seok (The World of Silence) and Kim Byung Seo, Cold Eyes is the rare remake that lives up to the original. The tense crime thriller stays true to the original's storyline while also setting itself apart in character and tone through strong performances, impeccable pacing and nerve-wracking chase scenes.

After taking an on-site test, Yoon Joo (Han Hyo Ju) becomes the newest member of the police surveillance unit led by veteran Detective Hwang (Sol Kyung Gu). Through tracking devices and good old legwork, the unit's task is to gather intel for other teams by finding, following and observing suspects, but never engaging. While Yoon Joo's taking her test, elsewhere in town a bank robbery occurs in broad daylight. The entire job is orchestrated down to the last second by the leader of the group, James (Jung Woo Sung), who observes from a nearby rooftop and allows no mistakes.

Detective Hwang and his team begin combing the area for the bank robbers, gradually narrowing the field and closing in on the suspects. James, however, catches scent of the police and stays one ruthless step ahead, escalating the cat-and-mouse game to life and death stakes.

This edition comes with commentary, making-of, action and production design featurettes, deleted scenes, poster shooting and trailer.

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Panorama Chaser (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 8.99 USD from YesAsia
Panorama Chaser (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 70.00
One of the biggest box-office hits of 2008, The Chaser won the prestigious Grand Prize award at the 44th Baeksang Art Awards and brought down the house during its screening at the 61st Cannes Film Festival. Moreover, the film took home five top prizes at the 45th Daejong Awards including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actor. In his brilliant directorial and screenwriting debut, helmer Na Hong Jin presents a crime thriller loosely based on a real-life infamous serial killer who murdered more than twenty victims - mostly prostitutes. The Chaser centers on one man's harrowing and inexorable pursuit of an insidious serial killer and the bitter reality of our society. Attracting one million theatergoers in its opening week mainly through word of mouth, The Chaser surpassed the 2003 record achieved by its genre's benchmark Memories of Murder. Award-winning veteran Kim Yoon Seok, best known for his villainous role as "A-gui" in Tazza: The High Rollers, and Ha Jung Woo, who previously starred in Kim Ki Duk's arthouse films Breath and Time, make brilliant turns playing the chaser and the chased, respectively. Breaking from the pattern of its predecessors, The Chaser sets new standard for Korean thrillers by taking a no-nonsense approach teeming with intense realism and maximum suspense.

Stripped of his badge because of corruption charges, ex-cop Joong Ho (Kim Yoon Seok) now runs an escort service. Though an angel fallen from the grace, Joong Ho stills hangs on to a speck of conscience. The recent surge of mysterious disappearances involving his girls have kept him on his toes. It is not until Mi Jin (Seo Young Hee, Shadows In The Palace) is sent out in response to a patron's call that Joong Ho realizes the phone number of Mi Jin's client matches that of the last call received by all of his missing girls. While frantically searching for Mi Jin, Joong Ho spots Young Min (Ha Jung Woo) whose bloodstains instinctually convince him that he's got the suspect in hand. Nabbing him, Joong Ho brings Young Min to the police, and astoundingly, the suspect confesses to the killings of all the missing prostitutes. Donning a conniving smirk, Young Min hints that Mi Jin could still be alive. Young Min is released due to lack of evidence, but rather than dispatching a search team for the missing captive, the police shift their focus on other issues. Taking the matters to his own hands, Joong Ho begins his relentless chase for the killer.

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Kadokawa Memories of Murder (Blu-ray)(Japan Version) at 26.75 USD from YesAsia
Kadokawa Memories of Murder (Blu-ray)(Japan Version)
HK$ 208.00
A brutal serial killer is on the loose, and it's up to two very different homicide detectives to catch him in Memories of Murder, a riveting police procedural from Bong Joon Ho, director of The Host and Mother. Based on an actual series of events that began in 1986, the film centers on a rural cop named Park Do Mang (Song Kang Ho, from The Host and Thirst) and his tense partnership with Inspector Suh Tae Yoon (Kim Sang Kyung, Turning Gate), a big city detective fresh from Seoul.

Detective Park, who'd much rather spend his time beating confessions out of suspects than be forced to do any actual detective work, mocks Suh, telling him that real Korean cops "investigate with their feet," not their intellect. But as the bodies begin to pile up, the two realize they have to reconcile their differences to stop the killer before he strikes again. However, with numerous leads that seemingly go nowhere, is there any chance they'll catch their man and finally put him behind bars? Or will their unceasing quest for justice actually push these heroes to their absolute breaking point?

Unravel the truth in Memories of Murder, winner of Best Film, Best Director (Bong Joon Ho) and Best Actor (Song Kang Ho) at South Korea's Grand Bell Awards! Featuring performances by Kim Roi Ra, Song Jae Ho, Park No Shik, and Byun Hee Bong, this is one gripping crime thriller that's more than just another whodunit!

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 TheBourneUltimatum(Blu-ray)(SteelbookLimitedEdition)(KoreaVersion) at 24.99 USD from YesAsia
TheBourneUltimatum(Blu-ray)(SteelbookLimitedEdition)(KoreaVersion)
HK$ 194.00
The Bourne Ultimatum (Blu-ray) (Steelbook Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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- Breaking News (Japan Version) at 38.99 USD from YesAsia
- Breaking News (Japan Version)
HK$ 303.00
Johnnie To adds a satirical twist to his pet genre in the 2004 crime thriller Breaking News. Winning Best Director for To at the 41st Golden Horse Awards, this clever police drama features the director's signature thrilling gunplay and charismatic (anti)heroes, but differs from his other genre efforts with its satirical pokes at the media and fresh casting. For Breaking News, To departed from his usual actors to work with pop idol Kelly Chen (An Empress and the Warriors), Taiwan singer Richie Jen (Exiled), and Nick Cheung (Election), in what would be the first of many collaborations. Playing against his comedic image of the time, Nick Cheung stars as the brash cop pursuing Richie Jen's brazenly cool criminal. Kelly Chen portrays a police inspector trying to orchestrate the cops-and-robbers showdown into a media show, changing the nature of the game for both the police and the criminals. Johnnie To regulars Simon Yam, Maggie Siu, and Eddie Cheung also make appearances in the film.

Breaking News opens with its most memorable scene, an amazing eight-minute one-take continuous shot following a team of thieves led by Yuan (Richie Jen) as they make their getaway and engage in multiple shootouts with the cops. The criminals' bold escape is all captured on camera, leading to a public outcry against police cowardice and incompetence. In steps Inspector Rebecca Fong (Kelly Chen) who proposes fixing this public relations nightmare by putting on another big show for the media: televising their capture of the criminals.

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H&C Body of Lies & The Departed (Blu-ray) (2-Disc) (Korea Version) at 36.99 USD from YesAsia
H&C Body of Lies & The Departed (Blu-ray) (2-Disc) (Korea Version)
HK$ 287.00
Body of Lies & The Departed (Blu-ray) (2-Disc) (Korea Version)
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Vicol Entertainment Ltd. Z Storm (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 32.99 USD from YesAsia
Vicol Entertainment Ltd. Z Storm (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 256.00
2014 marks the 40th anniversary of Hong Kong's famous Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC), the city's law enforcement agency that specifically investigates corruption and operates independently from the police force. The Hong Kong entertainment industry has joined in celebrating the institution's work with the corruption crime thriller Z Storm, the first movie in 15 years from veteran director David Lam (First Shot) who actually worked at the ICAC for several years.

When a woman enters the ICAC headquarters to accuse police officer Wong Man Bin (Gordon Lam, Cold War) of corruption, William Luk (Louis Koo, The White Storm) opens an investigation into what initially appears to be a simple case of low-level corruption. He soon discovers that the scope of the case is much bigger than he realized, as key witnesses start getting killed off one by one. Undaunted, William continues the investigation, uncovering a vast conspiracy involving a charity managed by lawyer Malcolm Wu (Michael Wong, Firestorm), a mysterious girl named Angel (Dada Chan, Vulgaria), top-level policemen, tycoons and even the Hong Kong government.

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Shutter Island Bu-ray
HK$ 72.00
Mark Ruffalo and Leonardo DiCaprio team up as a pair of U.s. Marshals who travel to a secluded island off the coast of Massachusetts to search for an escaped mental patient, uncovering a web of deception along the way as they battle the forces of nature and a prison riot in this period film directed by Martin Scorsese. Laeta Kalogridis adapts Dennis Lehane's novel of the same name, with Paramount Pictures and Columbia Pictures splitting production and distribution duties. Ben Kingsley co-stars as the head of the institution where the patient resided, while Michelle Williams portrays Leonardo DiCaprio's deceased wife, whose memory haunts him during the investigation. Max von Sydow, Emily Mortimer, Michelle Williams, Patricia Clarkson, and Jackie Earle Haley round out the supporting cast.
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Kam & Ronson Enterprises Co Ltd The Spy Next Door (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 6.99 USD from YesAsia
Kam & Ronson Enterprises Co Ltd The Spy Next Door (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 55.00
After the gritty crime thriller Shinjuku Incident, Jackie Chan returns to his comfort zone in the family-friendly action comedy The Spy Next Door, delivering laughs in the frantic action he is known and loved for. Directed by Brian Levant (Jingle All the Way), the 2010 Lionsgate production co-stars Amber Valletta (Gamer), Billy Ray Cyrus (Hannah Montana), and famous talk show host George Lopez. The movie also features a montage of clips from early Jackie Chan classics as a tribute to the kung fu superstar.

Jackie plays Bob Ho, a CIA super spy in the guise of a bespectacled salesman. The martial arts-savvy secret agent decides to retire to an ordinary family life, but will his girlfriend Gillian (Amber Valletta) - and her three kids - say yes? To show that he is the suitable stepfather, Bob reluctantly agrees to babysit the naughty children. Now he not only needs to handle the household chores and tackle the kids' pranks, but also protect them from harm when the Russian terrorists suddenly come knocking!

About Thriller Hong Kong

Thriller Hong Kong

Thriller usually cost between HK$ 26.00 - HK$ 1,626.00. You can either choose between Drama Movies, Thriller and Animation Movies. Thriller today are mostly sold in White depending on your preference. The best selling Thriller in the market today are the Veteran (Blu-ray) (Japan Version), The Detective 1+2 Blu-ray Boxset (Hong Kong Version) and Kill Zone (2005) (Blu-ray) (UK Version) brands. When selecting Thriller, people choose great brands such as Panorama, Intercontinental Video and Universe Laser.