Revolutionary Road brings all our nightmares to life; the emptiness of mediocre city life, the realisation of banality of our own existence, the fear of losing ourselves in conformity and the list can just go on.
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 →