Catch Alexander Skarsgård as Stefan Lubert in forbidden romance ‘The Aftermath’

Mar 16th, 2019 Adult Themes, Celebrities, Romance, War Rachel Chan 11 min read

It was, says Alexander Skarsgård, a very easy decision when he was asked to join a stellar cast for James Kent’s post World War II drama The Aftermath.  For a start, he already had it on the authority of one of his close friends, fellow Swedish actor Alicia Vikander, that Kent was a very fine director. Ms Vikander had starred in one of the British…

‘When Ghost Meets Zombie’ star Nathan Hartono: “I’m terrified of the supernatural”

Feb 27th, 2019 Asian Cinema, Celebrities, Comedy Rachel Chan 11 min read

Have you caught heartthrob Nathan Hartono and dancer-actress Ferlyn G in Singapore’s first ghost-zombie romance comedy? The movie, co-written and directed by local filmmaker Han Yew Kwang, tells the story of Pong (Hartono), who turns into a zombie when saving his town from a disaster. He leads a mechanical and aimless life until a female ghost named Zhen Zhen (Ferlyn G) comes into his life….

Catch the Oscars 2019 winners in Golden Village Gold Class this week!

Feb 25th, 2019 Arthouse, Awards, Deals & Promotions, Drama Rachel Chan 22 min read

For those of us who haven’t had time to glimpse at the Oscars 2019 winners, here’s the briefest of brief summaries: Green Book won best picture, best supporting actor (Mahershala Ali) and best original screenplay; Olivia Colman of The Favourite won best actress, Rami Malek of Bohemian Rhapsody won best actor. And you’ll be able to see six Academy Award titles at Golden Village Gold Class…

Reading between the lines at Captain Marvel’s Asia press conference

Feb 17th, 2019 Action, Adventure, Celebrities, Superheroes Rachel Chan 10 min read

How was it like to film the movie with four cats? Will the audience see Nick Fury engaged in fight sequences in Captain Marvel the movie? Is Captain Marvel key to defeating Thanos? The Captain Marvel cast and its directors fielded these questions posed by a roomful of journalists who had awaited their arrival with bated breath at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention…

Movies perfect for sneaking in that first kiss on Valentine’s Day

Feb 13th, 2019 Asian Cinema, Drama, GV Exclusive, Romance, Teens Rachel Chan 7 min read

Are you planning to kiss your date for the first time on Valentine’s Day? No need to be shy, we’ll teach you how to go about doing it. First step: Catch a romantic movie. Now, the setting is important too. In which cinema should you create this monumental memory? You don’t want your elbow to be touching someone else who is probably snogging their date…

Shiren to Ragi will only be screened twice for Geki x Cine, so grab your tickets now.

[Giveaway] Yaoi, yuri, incest – do you know all these forbidden relationships from literature and pop culture?

Nov 20th, 2018 Adult Themes, Arthouse, Asian Cinema, Drama, GV Exclusive, Romance Rachel Chan 11 min read

Everyone knows William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, but do you know star-crossed lovers Jaime and Cersei Lannister, Yoon Joon-suh and Choi Eun-suh, Jack Twist and Ennis Del Mar, Estha and Rahel, Tenoh Haruka and Kaioh Michiru, and Shiren and Ragi? Forbidden love has dominated the imagination of writers across eras, continents and cultures – resulting entire genres of Japanese media to sprout up based on…

GV Kids Film Fiesta features diverse child-friendly titles yet to be screened in Singapore

Oct 29th, 2018 Animation, Arthouse, Asian Cinema, Child-friendly, GV Exclusive Rachel Chan 15 min read

Tired of rewatching Moana, Frozen or (insert popular animated film title here) for the umpteenth time with your little ones? Grab the kids and hit Golden Village cinemas as there are eight magical, lesser-known animated worlds to discover at the first ever Kids Film Fiesta from November 3 to 11! Seven of the animated titles have never been screened before in Singapore. On top of just…

Cameron meets other kindred spirits at gay conversion camp God's Promise. (Credit: Golden Village Pictures)

‘The Miseducation of Cameron Post’ to hit GV cinemas during Love & Pride Film Fest

Oct 7th, 2018 Adult Themes, Arthouse, GV Exclusive Rachel Chan 4 min read

If you’ve been following Chloë Grace Moretz’s career, you might have read that she’s made heads turn at the Sundance Film Festival with her leading role in R21 film, The Miseducation of Cameron Post. But because it’s a film with homosexual themes, you may have thought – “we’ll never get to see it at a cinema in Singapore”. But ha, The Popping Post is happy to…

Catch documentary about Japan’s first openly gay law firm at GV’s 10th Love & Pride Film Festival

Sep 30th, 2018 Adult Themes, Arthouse, Asian Cinema, Documentary, Event, GV Exclusive Rachel Chan 4 min read

From a Japanese artist who based her artworks on female genitalia, to unregistered individuals, to a teacher who was fired because she refused to stand for the national anthem – litigation lawyers Masafumi Yoshida and Kazuyuki Minami have defended them all in court. Not just known for defending society misfits, Fumi and Kazu are famous for being partners in love and law. You see, they…

Make your first M18 film ‘The Happytime Murders’ at GV cinemas

Sep 9th, 2018 Action, Adult Themes, Comedy, Crime, Deals & Promotions, Drama, Event, GV Exclusive Rachel Chan 3 min read

Have you just turned 18 or are you turning 18 this Wednesday? How about celebrating by watching an M18 movie? Golden Village Movie Club is inviting you to make The Happytime Murders your very first M18 film (at a cinema, ahem), and in return, you’ll get a special popcorn cupcake, Nanowhite Fresh skincare samples, and photo ops by FujiFilm Instax – all at a special…