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  • RK/RKAY

    RK/RKAY

    Review by Musanna Ahmed

    Rajat Kapoor’s directorial efforts (Ankhon Deki, Raghu Romeo) receive nowhere near the same attention as some of his acting stuff – not too surprising considering he performs alongside superstars such as Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn – but he has quietly carved out a niche in the North Indian film industry as a terrific indie filmmaker who combines the neoteric with the classical. His films are as much of a product of today as they are…

  • Doors

    Doors

    Review by Ren Zelen

    Portal comprises of a trio of sci-fi shorts from the crew behind the V/H/S horror films. Creator/producer Chris White and creative director Saman Kesh teamed up with directors Jeff Desom and Dugan O'Neal to film three segments, each offering a different perspective on the same story.

    Released in the US as 'Doors' but renamed Portal for the UK, the three short films examine the experience of contact with a particularly cryptic alien entity. The story begins…

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  • Spectre

    Spectre

    Spectre is like one of those boutique magazines you find in hotel rooms and on passenger planes. It's printed on glossy paper, immaculately designed and packed with appealing products, but devoid of engaging content.

    Read the review by Eric Hillis

  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    As early as its customary opening crawl, I began to have a bad feeling about Star Wars: The Last Jedi. In what plays like a dig at the current leader of the free world (who was pictured earlier this year watching Rogue One on Air Force One), the word 'RESISTANCE' appears in upper-case letters, an early worrying sign that real world, outside forces may be intruding on this most endearingly innocent of escapist worlds.

    This is nothing new of course…