Month: October 2014

Into the Storm (2014) – Film Review

First, the reason I wanted to watch Into the Storm is the fact that for long I was waiting for a movie like the 1996 hit disaster drama Twister. No doubt, Twister is an amazing film and so naturally one would now expect something better. However, I find the recently released Into the Storm a little over the […]

Would You Rather (2013) – Movie review

Director David Guy Levy’s Would You Rather (2013) is a nice low budget thriller but somehow failed to attract universal attraction in comparison to some of its contemporaries. The film plays a diabolical version of the popular dinner party parlour game Would You Rather where the participants must opt for one of the two dreadful punishments, often […]

Inhuman Resources (aka Redd Inc)

I and my younger brother enjoy a lot watching movies and suggest each other what to watch and whatnot. In the last few days, I was out of town in my village with no access to the internet, but I got to watch a movie named Redd Inc. My brother had already watched this and […]

The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia

Released in early 2013 through video on demand (VOD), The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia is based on a true story of a family living in Georgia. The movie continues the horror scenes with frightening paranormal experience, but nowhere close to the story of the first supernatural thriller of the same franchise released in […]

Panic Room (2002) – A David Fincher Film

Pick up David Fincher’s any creation and you will find the movie interesting for one reason or other. The movie I’m going to talk about is Panic Room – one of Fincher’s earliest films. The film has its simplicity to keep you engaged and on the edge of the seat till the very end. With a […]

Don’t Blink (2014) – One vanishes as other blinks

I guess this is one of the finest supernatural thrillers I have watched in recent times. The idea of horror movies is to make us aware of the fear inside us by bringing us to face some unknown entity or supernatural power, but not necessarily a ghost or some weird looking stuff. Don’t Blink is […]

Tuck Me In (2014) – One Minute Horror Film

What’s the best story you can come up with in a few lines? I guess it’s not always possible but here is Tuck Me In – this year’s winner of FILMINUTE, the international one-minute film festival. Based on an already known story doing rounds on the internet, Tuck Me In has enough to scare you to death. […]

Where the Devil Hides (2014) – supernatural power or serial killer?

Where the Devil Hides (renamed later as The Devil’s Hand) is a supernatural horror thriller based on a small village of New Bethlehem, where an orthodox religious community (Amish) members are living under the supervision of elders with limited access to the outer world. Living under the fear of a horrific prophecy come true, six […]

Misfire (2014) – DVD release

The storyline of DVD-released “Misfire” goes like this: Johnny (Michael Greco) wakes up in a hangover state in his apartment Tijuana (Mexico) to find that his journalist wife Sarah went missing. Arrested by local police for the crime, he calls his brother Cole (Gary Daniels) for help. Cole is a temporarily suspended DEA agent but […]

The Appearing (2014) – More Surprises, Less Horror

Don’t know if this is only my view, but these days there are very few horror films that can scare you to death. In fact, horror films with not-so-convincing storylines make those very boring to watch. Nevertheless, films like “The Conjuring”, “Insidious: Chapter 2” and “Mama” are some of the finest horror films of recent […]

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