Author: Deepak Mohanty

Deepak Mohanty is a freelance journalist, creative writer and blogger. He has a keen interest in socio-political issues, international relations and current affairs. He writes for various online platforms and mostly contributes news articles, opinion pieces and movie reviews.
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The Night Comes for Us – Netflix’s ultra-bloodshed action fest

October 27, 2018

Last updated on November 20th, 2018 at 11:38 pmStraightway, let’s make it clear here that Netflix’s “The Night Comes for Us” is the bloodiest fight movie we have seen lately. Well, while this is an amazing movie, we can only recommend this to those of us who are into this genre and have stomach to […]

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Gurgaon Movie Review

Gurgaon (Movie Review) – Indian neo-noir thriller

October 18, 2018

Last updated on November 21st, 2018 at 12:02 pm Director Shanker Raman brings a supremely talented cast and a realistic dark story based on the modern, yet one of the darkest corner of the Indian national capital region Gurgaon. Located adjacent to India’s capital New Delhi, Gurgaon today is known for high-rise structures, housing scores […]

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ERREMENTARI: THE BLACKSMITH AND THE DEVIL (2018) – Movie Review

October 15, 2018

Last updated on November 21st, 2018 at 12:02 pm Plot The Spanish horror film ERREMENTARI: THE BLACKSMITH AND THE DEVIL, based on Basque folklore, follows a brutal blacksmith who captures and tortures a demon he blames for his misery, but when a trespassing orphan girl – unaware of the danger – releases the demon, they […]

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The Resistance Banker Movie Review

THE RESISTANCE BANKER I Review I A Real Account in Nazi-occupied Netherlands

September 15, 2018

THE RESISTANCE BANKER is set on the troublesome time of the World War II and in the Nazi-occupied Amsterdam. The film follows the real-life accounts of Dutch banker brothers Walraven and Gijs van Hall who decided to fund Dutch Resistance by defrauding the central bank. This heart-wrenching story is now Netherlands’ entry for the foreign-language […]

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DARK PLACES (2015) – Movie Review

September 14, 2018

The reason for me watching DARK PLACES is Charlize Theron and the little description I read on Netflix. Honestly, I never heard of this movie, until I saw it on Netflix, so it was kind of refreshing without much expectation. This movie is also available on Amazon Prime, and if you are looking for a […]

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A PRAYER BEFORE DAWN Movie Review

A PRAYER BEFORE DAWN: Brutal, Honest, Realistic

September 9, 2018

Last updated on September 14th, 2018 at 02:18 amThe first few minutes of director Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire’s A PRAYER BEFORE DAWN was unsettling with quite a sense of just any other prison drama. However, as we settle with the tonality we realize how brutal and realistic this film is. Yes indeed, it is based on the […]

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CARGO (2018) – A character-driven zombie movie

September 8, 2018

Last updated on September 14th, 2018 at 02:18 amThis Australian post-apocalyptic thriller CARGO is a good addition to the zombie genre with an interesting concept and a fairly moving storyline. While the film is set in a zombie-infested region, a result of a global pandemic, it has its tender moments as it captures the journey […]

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THE DUEL (2016) – Harrelson shines as an evil preacher

August 18, 2018

Last updated on September 14th, 2018 at 02:18 amWoody Harrelson in company with Liam Hemsworth shines in this Kieran Darcy-Smith-directed Western-like drama THE DUEL. A revenge thriller sort, the film has not been a critics’ favourite, but the performance of Harrelson as a cult leader has been praiseworthy.   In 1846 the Unites States engaged in […]

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How It Ends (2018) I Review I Never Really Ends Well

July 16, 2018

David M. Rosenthal-directed and Forest Whitaker starrer Netflix disaster drama How It Ends is neither a good thriller nor a drama. Set during some unknown geological apocalypse, I see the film as a simple road trip by two people who tries to reconnect, leaving aside their past. The film follows an expectant father Will (Theo […]

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