Month: December 2018

A Twelve-Year Night (2018) – Movie Review

The historical drama “A Twelve-Year Night” follows the 12-year-long incarceration of Jose “Pepe” Mujica and two other members of Tupamaro movement, who were jailed by Uruguay’s military dictatorship from 1972 to 1985. Originally titled in Spanish as “La noche de 12 años”, “A Twelve-Year Night” has Won the Best Film at the Cairo International Film […]

When Angels Sleep (2018) – Netflix Movie Review

Spanish thriller ‘When Angels Sleep’ – originally titled ‘Cuando los ángeles duermen’ follows a tired businessman German, dejected for missing her daughter’s birthday party because of office work, accidentally hits a woman with his car that starts a series of nightmarish events. Writer-Director Gonzalo Bendala’s thriller ‘When Angels Sleep’ narrates the ordeal and horror a […]

‘Us’ Movie Trailer – Something Terrifying Is Coming

Academy Award winner Jordan Peele is all set to scare the audience with his latest offering ‘Us’ – a truly terrifying plot, as we can sense from the trailer. Peele has already garnered a great fan following with his earlier psychological horror thriller ‘Get Out’, indeed a provocative, social-conscious horror film. The ‘Us’ movie trailer […]

Bird Box – Netflix Thriller is Unsettling, Scary and Emotional

Sandra Bullock starrer ‘Bird Box’ is yet another high-on-concept, gripping sci-fi thriller based on a post-apocalyptic world where humankind is terrorized by some unseen monster that haunts if you sight anything outside. The first thing you remember in the first few minutes of ‘Bird Box’ is the Emily Blunt and John Krasinski starrer ‘A Quiet […]

Heroin(e) – A Documentary About West Virginia Opioid Crisis

The Oscar-nominated documentary Heroin(e) follows three women — a fire chief, a judge, and a street missionary — battling West Virginia’s devastating opioid epidemic, as they try to bring positivity to their community. Now streaming on Netflix, Heroin(e) is a powerful documentary showing glimpses of the opioid crisis in Huntington, West Virginia. The film has […]

“Lilli” movie review: An impressive Malayalam thriller

Director Prasobh Vijayan’s Indian regional (Malayalam language) survival thriller “Lilli” is bloody, visceral, and unconventional, painting an unsurpassable power of women. Starring Samyuktha Menon in the title character, “Lilli” is one of those movies which is pretty much clear from the beginning that it’s going to be violent. The film follows a pregnant lady who […]

The Devil Inside (2012) – Movie Review

In Italy, a woman visits religious experts, exorcists, and psychiatrists to understand the real difference between possession and mental illness while trying to discover what happened to her mother (now in a mental hospital), who allegedly murdered three people during her own exorcism. “The Devil Inside” follows a woman Isabella who is documenting her journey […]

The Lodgers (Movie Review) – A Gothic Horror Film

The 2017 Brian O’Malley-directed Irish movie “The Lodgers” is a gothic supernatural thriller set in the 1920s. It follows two orphaned twins who are confined to their crumbled mansion and bound to live a life with almost no contact with the outside world. Rachel (Charlotte Vega) and her twin brother, Edward (Bill Milner) are bound […]

Nothing to Hide (Le Jeu) – Netflix Film Review

The French drama ‘Nothing to Hide’ (‘Le Jeu’) is a wonderful film that shows how our secrets can ruin relationships and why, in love as in friendship, some things are best kept secret. Starring Cannes winner Suzanne Clément (“Laurence Anyways,” “The Forest”) and Oscar nominee Bérénice Bejo (“The Artist”), this Netflix film ‘Nothing to Hide’ […]

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