Month: April 2018

Leave No Trace (2018) – Watch the Movie Trailer

From the Academy Award-nominated writer and director of Winter’s Bone (2010), Debra Granik, here comes an emotional father-daughter drama Leave No Trace. The trailer looks very promising that introduces us to Will and his teenage daughter Tom who have lived in the nature reserve in Oregon, mostly undetected by the authority. Finally, when their ideal […]

Orbiter 9 (2017) – Spanish Sci-Fi Romantic Drama

Netflix‘s Spanish sci-fi film Orbiter 9 (Spanish: Órbita 9) follows a young woman Helena (Clara Lago), who is alone in a spaceship spending 20 years of her life from the day of her birth. Assigned with some secret mission by some unknown agency, her parents abandoned the ship, as a technical malfunction left them with no […]

A Quiet Place (2018) – Movie Review

Set in a post-apocalyptic earth, A Quiet Place deals with dreadful alien creatures that are now dangerous to the remaining human population, who are struggling to survive by turning quiet to everything. Yes, you make any sound and you’re a gone case. Those aliens use sound to track and kill humans. This Emily Blunt and […]

Black Spot TV Series – S1, Episode 1 to 4 Review

Created by Mathieu Missoffe, Black Spot (originally titled Zone Blanche or ‘White Zone’) is a French crime drama series in which the storyline is based on a small town Villefranche, nestled in the heart of a long-stretch forest range. The setting of the series looks very uncanny and mysterious, as the gradually deserted town is […]

The Crossing – Series Premiere Episode 1 – Pilot

The Crossing, a brand-new gripping mystery science fiction drama series (streaming on ABC and Amazon Prime Video), looks very promising in the very first episode when refugees wash ashore in a tiny fishing hamlet on the Oregon coast. Scores have died, but as per the survivors, they have come from the future when America is […]

Les Affamés (aka Ravenous): Movie Review

Director Robin Aubert’s zombie apocalypse Ravenous generates more than enough interest for you to watch the film till the end than those many others in the sub-genre. This horror film (in French language – Les Affamés) banks heavily on the plot, environment and some great performance. The film has won the Toronto International Film Festival […]

Che Guevara: Beyond the Myth (2017) [Documentary Review]

While director Tancrede Ramonet’s documentary Che Guevara: Beyond the Myth is yet another film on the iconic South American revolutionary, it still has its uniqueness with some previously unseen documents and little known archive footage. It certainly tried to show the events and episodes in the life of Che – away from the myth and legends that […]

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