So far, I have ninety official entries in my WTF ASIA series. Right now, I know what movies I am going to write about up to entry 126, though there are definitely more that I am thinking about. I am still open to suggestions for films for me to talk about…or just watch. If I like it enough, I will probably end up talking about it at some point. Pretty much anything East of the Urals other than porn and/or anime is fair game. Of course, I have my own tastes, but I would definitely appreciate a pleasant surprise from a film that I might have not watched if not for someone’s recommendation.

Usually, at the end of each post, I note the next two movies that I will discuss. Here, though, I have posted the next ten movies that I will post. I have included any Wikipedia entries that I can find as well as links to streaming videos that I am sure are legitimate. I will post another ten after I get to entry 100. By then, I hope to have filled up my schedule further.

The dates on the schedule are tentative, of course, though I do still intend to abide by them when possible.

91) Monday, February 23: Detective Story (Japan: 1983, approx. 110 minutes)
Wikipedia
On Youtube, though the subtitles do not quite sync up.

92) Sunday, March 1: The Wooden Man’s Bride (China: 1994, approx. 115 minutes)
Wikipedia
I got a copy from my library system…I could find nothing on the internet that worked.

93) Saturday, March 7: Boat (South Korea/Japan: 2009, approx. 115 minutes)
Wikipedia
Amazon $2.99

94) Friday, March 13: Black (India: 2005, approx. 120 minutes)
Wikipedia
Hulu

95) Thursday, March 19: Cyclo (Vietnam: 1995, approx. 125 minutes)
Wikipedia
On Youtube

96) Wednesday, March 25: Solanin (Japan: 2010, approx. 125 minutes)
Wikipedia
On the internet

97) Tuesday, March 31: God of Gamblers (Hong Kong: 1989, approx. 125 minutes)
Wikipedia
Again, I could find nothing online with subtitles

98) Monday, April 6: Snowpiercer (South Korea: 2014, approx. 125 minutes)
Wikipedia
Amazon
Youtube $3.99

99) Monday, April 13: Pushpaka Vimanamu (India: 1987, approx. 130 minutes)
WIkipedia
On Youtube

100) Monday, April 20: For Love’s Sake (Japan: 2012, approx. 135 minutes)
Wikipedia
On…the internet

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