Tagged: year: 2016

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Great Wall, The (2016)

Two European mercenaries are in search of ‘black powder’ in the Middle Kingdom, when they run into the Great Wall, guarded by a special division of the Imperial Army known as The Nameless Order, protecting it from mysterious green monsters.

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Kiki Sugino’s Snow Woman Trailer

A hunter sees a snow woman killing his mentor one snowy night in the mountains. The ghost tells him that if he tells anyone, she would be taking his life, drifting off and letting the hunter live his life until 14 years had passed with his wife and daughter.

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Traces of Sin Trailer

A year after the unsolved murder of an elite salary man’s wife and child, a reporter begins to ask questions.

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Waa Wei – Yuki Onna

Taiwanese singer-songwriter Waa continues promoting her most recent album, Run! Frantic Flowers! (末路狂花), with the release of Yuki Onna (雪女), directed by Mo for YAMANYAMO.

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Yonezu Kenshi – Orion + LOSER

Japanese musician Yonezu Kenshi (米津玄師) has released a brand new song titled Orion, directed by Kento Yamada (山田健人), the ending theme for March Comes in like a Lion (3月のライオン).

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Monster Calls (2016), A

A boy dealing with the possible loss of his mother, his stormy relationship with his grandmother and his absent father, gets a visit from a monster who tells him stories at seven minutes past midnight.

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On Being Human: Interview with Lara Veronin

The sweet, vivacious 28 year-old who was once part of band Nan Quan Mama (南拳媽媽) and previously under Jay Chou’s record label spoke to YAM Magazine about what she’s been up to since her last album, and about all the ins and outs of her thoughts for this single.

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Utada Hikaru featuring KOHH – Boukyaku

Utada Hikaru has released a rare full HD version of Boukyaku (忘却, Forgetfulness), a gift for fans to celebrate her birthday (January 19th), in a stunning video directed by Kento Yamada (山田健人).

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J Rabbit – Beautiful Life

J Rabbit is back with Beatiful Life, a classic J Rabbit put-a-smile-on-your-face tune, done for the SK Calendar Project; presented in a one-shot music video at the SK Telecom offices with moving camera and choir.

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Waa Wei – I Will Be Fine

Waa continues promoting her most recent album Run! Frantic Flowers! (末路狂花) with the release of the funky and colorful I Will Be Fine, in charge of Birdy Nio (邱柏昶).