There is no point to this remake of The Girl On The Train, that relocates the original thriller from New York to London and then proceeds to make some misguided radical changes from the original
During the frozen monotony brought on by the COVID when every day does seem the same to a lot of people, given the milieu of inescapable confinement, an airy frothy time-loop film, The Map Of Tiny Perfect Things, seems like a cruel joke
Before you watch Girls Hostel 2 on Sony LIV, check out the review of this series starring Ahsaas Channa, Shristi Shrivastava, Parul Gulati, Shreya Mehta
The review of Netflix's ghost story 'His House' is OUT! Check out the review of the film starring Wunmi Mosaku, Sope Dirisu And Matt Smith
All the three main actors Rajkummar Rao, Janhvi Kapoor and Varun Sharma seem to have fun with the fear fest called Roohi. MumboJumbo can be fun if kept on the preposterous plane
Namaste Wahala, starring Ini Dima-Okojie, Ruslaan Mumtaz, is now streaming on Netflix. Before you watch it, read our REVIEW of the film
The influence of Vikas Bahl’s Queen is discernible in this short-and-sweet little film, but Bawri Chokri will still nonetheless make you smile.
The film is supposed to be reflective of how modern marriages wear and tear and then collapse in a heap. Malcolm and Marie have plenty to say to one another. But the film tells us nothing about them
Savage State is a film about a craggy journey along an unpredictable dangerous route filled with blazing guns and perilous roadblocks.
The review of the Malayalam Netflix film Trance is finally out! Read on to know more about the film directed by Anwar Rasheed. The film stars Fahadh Faasil in a pivotal role. It also features Dileesh Pothan, Nazriya Nazim, Gautham Menon and others.
More than a film that shows us the imperativeness of humanism, Adu is a damn good adventure story filled with heart-stopping moments of suspense and poignancy
Nagesh Kukunoor's Hotstar series City Of Dreams, starring Priya Bapat, Sidharth Chandekar, Eijaz Khan and Vishwas Kini is quite riveting. Check out the review
C U Soon Review: This thriller about an online dating plan gone horribly wrong, has a whole lot of balls, plus a steadily beating heart. And it ends on a bright note.