Tokyo Ghoul

In Tokyo, man-eating monsters called “ghouls” run rampant. The populace has become fearful of these creatures, who hide themselves among ordinary people, and remain shrouded in mystery. Kaneki (MasatakaKubota) is an ordinary university student. He frequents a coffee house called Antique, where one day he meets a girl named Rize(Yu Aoi). Little does he know that this encounter will drastically alter the course of his destiny. What does the future hold for Kaneki, who struggles to contain his curiosity regarding the existence of these bizarre entities, who take the lives of humans to ensure their own survival?MAN-EATING MONSTERS ARE HERE!!! They disguise themselves as human beings and only ingest human flesh!!!!!! Sometimes, they even eat their own kind… They are “Ghouls”.We are distributing Tokyo Ghoul, a Japanese live action film – an adaption of the manga’s storyline (a dark fantasy manga series that is widely popular read in Japan and other countries for its intense story). This manga has topped The New York Timse Manga Bestsellers list at least 15 times alone in 2016.TGV Cinemas is screening Tokyo Ghoul premiere at TGV Cinemas Sunway Pyramid (one session only!) on 30 September 2017, Saturday at 4PM. With RM 60.00, you will be able to watch Tokyo Ghoul before anyone else in Malaysia, exclusive poster, limited edition tote Bag & Paper Face Mask (from Japan!)!Tokyo Ghoul opens in Malaysia’s cinemas 5 October. Registration starts from 3PM onwards. All you need to do is purchase a ticket and you are entitled to all those!Purchase tickets here: more information, please visit 

Japanese Film Festival 2017 Malaysia

The Japanese Film Festival returns for its 14th instalment on 7 Sept - 1 Oct to serve up a slice of the best and boldest movies from Japan never before seen in Malaysia. Boasting a thrilling slate of box office favourites, trophy magnets, eye-opening documentaries, and highly-anticipated manga adaptations, the country's premiere showcase for new Japanese cinema promises a truly immersive cultural experience for audiences of all ages and tastes.The month-long celebration will first make its rounds in the Klang Valley from 7 - 13 Sept at GSC Mid Valley, GSC 1 Utama, GSC Pavilion KL, and GSC Nu Sentral. Penang (GSC Gurney Plaza on 14 - 17 Sept) is the next city on the nationwide tour, followed by Kuching (GSC CityONE Megamall on 21 - 24 Sept) and finally Kota Kinabalu (GSC Suria Sabah on 29 Sept - 2 Oct).The revelry will be enhanced with a generous helping of star power, courtesy of matinee idol SAITOH Takumi who is set to present a special preview of blank 13 at GSC Pavilion KL on 5 Sept. The family drama sees the in-demand actor sit in the director's chair for his first feature-length production as he depicts two brothers coming to terms with their absent father's death. Takumi will also attend the opening ceremony later the same evening, with him back in front of the camera for a supporting role in curtain-raiser The Projects.All films are presented in Japanese with English subtitles.A complete listing of film synopsis, showtimes, and general information is available at and