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Basil Yeo
Basil Yeo

Basil is an independent filmmaker and one of the co-founders of tokuAsia and tokuAsia Pictures. Having grown up on a diet of colourful Japanese Tokusatsu heroes, his dream is to one day produce his own live-action superhero program.

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Review: Shin Godzilla (2016)

In this 29th instalment of the Godzilla franchise, the famed kaijuu wrecks havoc in Tokyo once again, but is he the real villain?

In this 29th instalment of the Godzilla franchise, the famed kaijuu wrecks havoc in Tokyo once again, but is he the real villain?

By Basil Yeo Posted in Kaijuu, Movies, Reviews on August 28, 2016 0 Comments Continue reading
Five Ways Ultra Seven Defined the Ultraman Genre

One of the greatest entries in the Ultra Series ever. But why was Ultra Seven so widely acclaimed?

One of the greatest entries in the Ultra Series ever. But why was Ultra Seven so widely acclaimed?

By Basil Yeo Posted in Listicles, Ultraman on October 9, 2015 0 Comments Continue reading
Five Tokusatsu Shows Most Adult Singaporeans Will Remember

This SG50 special harkens back to a time when our favourite shows were on TV, and dubbed!

This SG50 special harkens back to a time when our favourite shows were on TV, and dubbed!

By Basil Yeo Posted in Kamen Rider, Listicles, Metal Hero, Power Rangers, Super Sentai, Ultraman on August 9, 2015 0 Comments Continue reading
Ultraman X-cluded

Hey guys, we don't like to be excluded from the fun!

Hey guys, we don’t like to be excluded from the fun!

By Basil Yeo Posted in Columns, Ultraman on July 17, 2015 0 Comments Continue reading
Five Tokusatsu Heroes Who Went to School

Back to school! Don't worry, you're not alone!

Back to school! Don’t worry, you’re not alone!

By Basil Yeo Posted in Kamen Rider, Listicles, Power Rangers, Super Sentai, Tokusatsu Hero, Ultraman on June 29, 2015 0 Comments Continue reading
Is Time Running Out for the Ultraman Franchise?

The 50th Anniversary of Ultraman is fast approaching, but is there much to celebrate?

The 50th Anniversary of Ultraman is fast approaching, but is there much to celebrate?

By Basil Yeo Posted in Columns, Ultraman on June 23, 2015 5 Comments Continue reading

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