Month: June 2016

Kill Command (2016) – Movie Review

Is this made on a tiny budget? Well, Steven Gomez in his directorial debut made this watchable sci-fi film Kill Command with a very simple storyline. Gomez with his earlier visual-effects experience has designed an impressive setting with humans and creepy robots, directing us to eminent disaster-driven locations. Set in a near future technology-driven society […]

2016 Film Festival O: Win $13,000 for Best Feature Film

  Friday, June 24th, 2016 (Chicago) — Film Festival O, a new online ­based international indie film festival, has opened up late submissions to filmmakers for this year’s festival. This year’s entries have a chance to win up to $13,000 for Best Feature Film in Comedy, or Drama. Film Festival O will feature 70 films […]

Korean movie Montage inspires Hindi film TE3N

I have always been a big fan of Korean cinema, particularly those in the romantic and thriller genres. On the other side, movies in Indian cinema are more in the category of masala with music and wholesome entertainment. So, whenever I hear about some thriller or horror in Indian cinema, I tend to dig more […]

Movies on Netflix that are based on books

No matter whether we’re movie buffs or bookworms, great stories inspire and entertain us to the fullest, and at times the experience stays with us forever. However, many a time we as book lovers don’t like the onscreen interpretation of certain stories and hence become concerned about their translation to the big screen. Nevertheless, you […]

The Conjuring 2 – James Wan is Back (Movie Review)

James Wan’s The Conjuring film franchise in its second installment seems pretty good when you anticipate horror movies with typical jump-scares. Taking the huge success of the 2013 released film, the sequel introduces you to some new characters in a familiar haunted house story but with a much more elaborate and loud setting. The key elements […]

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