March 26, 2007
The show, directed by the Pang brothers, was a typical Asian horror flick with 'Hollywood-ism' injected into it.
It is actually quite hard for me to remember the details now. That's how unmemorable the show was. Apparently, it's about how children can see things that adults cannot.
The only part that vaguely made an impression on me was when the mother realised that the little boy was staring at some empty corner, and she asked him what was there.
Recommended by alvinism: "Funny stuff! Especially the poster that was manipulated! "
July 05, 2006
Everything's rotting away or falling into disrepair due to neglect. This is painful to think about when you recall its history as a premier cinema here, with lavish (for its time) interiors. I was particularly impressed by the large representation of the zodiac on the auditorium ceiling, less so by the stylised wall-mounted sculptures of horses and riders on either side of the screen – all relics from an era when going to the movies was an experience.
Recommended by strangeknight: "Because something should be done before we lose yet another part of our history"