Reading Time: 4 minutes Audacious, mad, and chillingly terrifying, ‘Tumbbad’ marks a visual treat in Indian horror movies. The trio of Rahi Anil Barve, Adesh Prasad, and Anand Gandhi shower your senses with incessant rain and then use fire to show you the way. By the time you realize you’re deep into the womb of terror, it’s much too late to retreat.
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Thanks to Netflix, director Vikramaditya Motwane’s dark take on what it means to be a superhero in India, gets a deservedly new lease of life. Despite some of its obvious failings, ‘Bhavesh Joshi Superhero’ is grittily superb, where for a change the superhero is as human as the rest of us, and as vulnerable too.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Director Dean Devlin aims for disaster and hits the bull’s eye for disastrous instead. In ‘Geostorm’ everything’s compellingly underwhelming, and you simply can’t wait for disaster to strike. It’s only after the movie ends that you realize that it did and that you were the victim.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Why the Tamil movie, “Aruvi”, and the Hollywood blockbuster “Wonder Woman” are so different and yet have so much more in common than you’d think.
Reading Time: 7 minutes With Dunkirk, director Christopher Nolan, who also wrote this project, scales cinematic heights that’s as startling as it is audacious.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Imagine you are a woman. (If you actually are, you can safely skip this part.) Imagine, also, that you’re a
Reading Time: 5 minutes Author Dan Brown cracked the template of success amidst the bosky of financial turkeys he churned out initially. Set stories