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Basil Yeo
Basil Yeo

Basil is an independent filmmaker and one of the co-founders of tokuAsia and tokuAsia Pictures. It has always been his lifelong dream to produce his own Tokusatsu show, and he is slowly making it a reality as the showrunner of Sacred Guardian Singa.

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Eiji Tsuburaya: A Profile

A quick look at the life and work of Eiji Tsuburaya

A short tribute piece to Eiji Tsuburaya, best known as the man who pioneered the use of special effects in Japanese films and TV series.

By Basil Yeo Posted in Articles, Filmmaking, Museum, Ultraman on July 7, 2019 0 Comments Continue reading
[Translated] Tokusatsu Fan Group Dreams of Creating Local Superhero

The tokuAsia team was on Singapore TV last week. Here's the translation!

Here’s the full English translation of Channel 8’s Morning Express hobby group segment on tokuAsia!

By administrator Basil Yeo Meng Yeow Posted in Community, Features, Filmmaking, Interviews, News, Translated on April 23, 2019 0 Comments Continue reading
So, about Ultraman Original...

Why you should 'Unlike' that page now.

Why you should ‘Unlike’ this page now.

By Basil Yeo Posted in Columns, Features, Ultraman on January 22, 2019 0 Comments Continue reading
Ultraman Goes West

What does this mean for the future of Ultraman?

Our editor Basil discusses his excitement at the latest development in the world of Ultra. What will it take for our hero to succeed outside Japan?

By Basil Yeo Posted in Columns, News, Ultraman on December 12, 2018 0 Comments Continue reading
Review: BRAVE STORM (2017)

Obscure 1970's Tokusatsu heroes get an entertaining, contemporary remake that is made with love.

Obscure 1970’s Tokusatsu heroes get an entertaining, contemporary remake that is made with love.

By Basil Yeo Posted in Features, Kyodai Hero, Movies, Reviews, Tokusatsu Hero on March 19, 2017 0 Comments Continue reading
Five Greatest Power Ranger Moments

We discuss five moments that made Ranger history.

With Dean Israelite’s reboot looming over our heads (only 15 more days!!!), it is certainly an appropriate time to celebrate the legacy of Power Rangers. Clocking in at over 830 episodes over 24 years, the series at its best has delivered some absolutely breathtaking displays of heroism that would put even Captain America to shame, and occasionally, sombre […]

By Basil Yeo Posted in Listicles, Power Rangers on March 7, 2017 0 Comments Continue reading

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