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Think Big Big (2018) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Malaysia Version) DVD Region 3
Serene Lim (Actor)
| Moon Yoong (Actor)
| Chiu Keng Guan (Director)
| Ruby Yap (Actor)
Known for the Lunar New Year hits WooHoo!, Great Day and The Journey, blockbuster Malaysian filmmaker Chiu Keng Guan brings more heart and life lessons in the 2018 New Year's film Think Big Big. Moon, portrayed by Moon Yoong, Joanne Lau and Serene Lim, is a cheerful plus-size girl whose childhood dream was to become an astronaut. She works as a mascot at an amusement park, a job that allows her to keep dreaming in her own world away from other people's eyes. After landing in huge debt, Moon decides to join a weight-loss competition for money. With the help of her supportive friends, she sets out to lose 30kg in 100 days and chronicles the dramatic slimming process on social media. As her online fame grows, she becomes increasingly obsessed with the attention and estranges herself from her friends and family.
Shuttle Life (2017) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Malaysia Version) DVD Region All
Sylvia Chang (Actor)
| Chen Yan Wen (Actor)
| Jack Tan (Actor)
| Gan Mei Yan (Actor)
Winner of Best Film, Best Actor and Best Cinematography at the 20th Shanghai International Film Festival's Asian New Talent Awards, Malaysian social drama Shuttle Life realistically depicts the lives and struggles of the poor and marginalized. Malaysian actor-singer Jack Tan and veteran actress Sylvia Chang star in short film director Tang Seng Kiat's haunting feature debut about a young man pushed to the limits by the poverty, mental illness and tragedy that befall his family.
Qiang (Jack Tan) lives in low-income housing with his younger sister Shan (Angel Chan) and his mentally unstable mother (Sylvia Chang), who must be approached with care. Shan is the only bright spot in Qiang's difficult life of shuttling around trying to make ends meet through odd jobs and petty crime. Then, tragedy strikes on Shan's birthday. Qiang loses his beloved sister to a motorcycle accident. At the hospital, he faces another uphill battle when he is unable to identify or retrieve her body without documentation.
Satan's Slaves (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Bront Palarae (Actor)
| Dimas Aditya (Actor)
| Tara Basro (Actor)
| Endy Arfian (Actor)
Known for acclaimed genre works like Forbidden Door and Kala, Indonesian filmmaker Joko Anwar remakes Sisworo Gautama Putra's 80s horror classic Satan's Slave into his own terrifying tale of a haunted family. Besides scaring up a storm at the box office, the occult blockbuster swept seven prizes at the 2017 Indonesian Film Festival.
For years, Mawarni Suwono (Ayu Laksmi) suffered from a mysterious illness that left her mute and bedridden. After she dies at home, her husband (Bronte Palarae) goes to a different city to make money for the financially strapped family. Daughter Rini (Tara Basro) is left in charge of her three younger brothers and their old house. The four miss their parents dearly, but it turns out that their mother's spirit never left. At night, they can hear the ringing of her bell. With the terror only beginning, Rini and her siblings gradually uncover the family's dark past and the satanic pact that threatens to destroy them all.
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