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And here we get into the gross part of the list. Films 60-41 are mostly some of the most gratuitous, goriest horror films I’ve ever seen. Why I love these films I have no idea, but at the halfway mark of the list, it’s about time things get a little messy, don’t you agree?
That’s right. Just in time for Halloween, I’ve decided to compile a list of the 100 scariest films I’ve ever seen. I’ve been a fan of horror films ever since my father got in his...
For those who have yet to experience the sensation that is the casino-themed film, I have put together a list of my favorites to get you started on your journey.
Khalil Fong has released his latest single titled Flavor (味道, or Wei Dao), which features South Koreans Zion. T and Crush, though none of them appear in the music video directed by Lin Chan.
Ellen Loo continues promoting her upcoming album, Imperfections (你的完美有點難懂並不代表世界不能包容) with the music video for Outside (卡帶) directed by Phoebe Cheng biiip and Eddie Yeung.
Khalil Fong promotes his most recent album, JTW 西遊記, with his most recent music video, HBDD (很不低調), directed by Shigeto Sayama (佐山重人).
Hong Kong singer-songwriter Ellen Loo (盧凱彤) has a brand new video out titled Darling (還不夠遠), directed by Invisible Lab Ltd.
Hong Kong instrumental five-piece band, tfvsjs, have just released Zik (殖) and Battle from the Bottom, the first singles of their second studio album titled Zoi (在), directed by Milk Tsang.
Mandopop superstars Khalil Fong and Leehom Wang have released their first collaborations of their careers with Flow, in a Chinese-flavored motion graphics music video by COSMOS Chen Ying Zhi (陳映之).
Cantopop singer-songwriter Ivana Wong has just released her most recent song titled Damn Happy (該死的快樂, Goi Sei Dik Faai Lok) and the theme song for Johnnie To’s Three (三人行), titled Zhi Hu Zhe Ye (之乎者也).