I was 10 when we shifted to this new building on the outskirts. It looked more like a dilapidated one as it was partially complete. The first time I visited it with my father I could feel an eeriness but my complaints fell on deaf ears.
I have started re watching some of my favorite classic movies. I would like to share what elements make these classics so eternal. Here is the first movie I would like to start with - Psycho
Bollywood has never had a great reputation with respect to the horror or fantasy genre but Tumbbad sets a new record. Here is a move that took 6 years of incubation and finally made an amazing entry with being India's first movie to be chosen at the Venice International Film Critics' Week. Directed by debutant... Continue Reading →
I had personally been waiting for the release of Netflix’s latest horror miniseries Ghoul after watching the terrific trailer that combined elements of both horror and an investigative thriller; both apparently my favorite genres. Directed and written by Patrick Graham, Ghoul is a fresh script which has just enough jumpscares to leave you petrified at... Continue Reading →