Month: September 2020

Studio Ghibli Releases Photos of Its Films for Free to Download

Studio Ghibli, the acclaimed Japanese animation film studio, known for many masterpieces, has announced to provide hundreds of images from their movies as free to download and use “within the scope of commonsense”. That’s right. In one of the latest press releases posted on Studio Ghibli’s official website, it is mentioned that from this month […]

“The Devil All the Time” (Film Review): No Place for Divine Retribution

Let me start by saying that the latest Netflix crime drama “The Devil All the Time” is one of the finest films of this year. While some of my friends are not agreed with me, as this was melancholic, dark and a story full of misery and human helplessness, I see this as refreshing and […]

‘THE CHASE’ (Korean Thriller) – Lacks a Compelling Story

Netflix has now a good number of Korean films and series, and some are amazing with the quality of stories and direction. As we know that the Korean film industry is known for thriller and horror films, the one we are going to talk about here is the 2017-released suspense thriller THE CHASE. Starring Baek […]

“The OceanMaker” – An Incredible Piece of Visual Storytelling

It is never too late to catch a quality film as it brings the beautiful world of a filmmaker’s vision, creativity, and eventually leaves you amazed. Yes, recently – I watched the 2015-released animated short “The OceanMaker”, and I can say that this film is an incredible piece of visual storytelling. With a runtime of […]

DUNE (Trailer) – Pushes Our Imagination to Frank Herbert’s World

Warner Bros. Pictures has just released the first trailer for this year’s much-anticipated science-fiction film “Dune” and this looks incredible with its star-studded cast. Based on Frank Herbert’s sci-fi classic, Dune premieres at the 78th Venice International Film Festival on September 3 and had its theatrical release on September 15, 2021. Here is the official […]

‘Freaks: You’re One Of Us’ (Film Review) – Predictable, Yet Entertaining

Netflix’s recent superhero film ‘Freaks: You’re One Of Us’ (German: Freaks – Du bist eine von uns) begins with a promising tone by bringing the idea of the inner (rather superhuman) strength of ordinary people and what happens when they get to learn about their powers, but somehow could not capitalize more on the psychology […]

‘My Octopus Teacher’ – Netflix’s Science & Nature Documentary

With Netflix’s science and nature documentary My Octopus Teacher, a filmmaker forges an unusual friendship with an octopus living in a South African kelp forest, learning as the animal shares the mysteries of her world. Yes, here in this documentary, we will get to learn more about the behaviors of this Cephalopod creature.  Documentary filmmaker […]

Four New Blumhouse Films on Amazon Prime

Amazon Prime is all set to release as many as eight new Blumhouse films and four of them are coming this October. Over the years, Blumhouse Productions has produced some very interesting horror films and its association with Amazon Studios will further its effort in reaching a wider audience. In a new trailer titled Welcome […]

‘No Time to Die’ (Trailer 2) – In Cinemas this November

A new trailer for the upcoming James Bond film No Time to Die has just been released online. With a tagline “the mission that changes everything begins…,” Daniel Craig’s fifth and the final outing as MI6 agent James Bond is expected to hit cinemas on November 12th. Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, No Time to […]

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