• Evil Dead

    Evil Dead

    Was never a fan of the original but it had humour in ample doses and Bruce Friggin Campbell! Watch this film if you like your horror full of gore and gross out special effects.That final one liner and that scene in particular was brilliant tho!

  • Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon

    Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon

    I liked the first two acts. All the digs at the slasher genre are hilarious.The problem is the abrupt shift in tonal structure which I just found jarring and turns the rest of the mockumetary into a routine affair.

  • Two Hands

    Two Hands


    Belongs to the same universe of Animal Kingdom.Heath Ledger's breakthrough performance made me wish he was still alive. Also it took me a long time to realise that Rose Byrne is an Aussie 😏.The scenes with the dead brother were truly haunting!

  • Topkapi


    Mercouri's voice is extremely annoying. The locations are pretty plus Ustinov and the drunk are fun to watch but the film is overlong and feels like a poor man's Rififi.

  • We Are What We Are

    We Are What We Are


    Starts off slowly;establishing the atmosphere.The pacing is a bit off at times and things are not exactly unpredictable but I loved the creepiness;and that ending is a stunner tho!

  • Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani

    Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani

    Dear Deepika,

    Will you please marry me? I have fallen in love with you :-). It's strange that i could relate a lot with Bunny's character in the film;the adventurous spirit that he possesses. I also want to see the world and experience different cultures. Although the second half could have been better in certain portions,i still loved it.The songs were a treat to watch! As always Ranbir rocked!!!! Ranbir's chemistry has improved in leaps and bounds since Bachna Ae Haseeno :-)Aditi and Avi were good.Farooque Sheikh shines in a small cameo,great cinematography. I want you Naina and see the world with you!

    Love Varghese :-)

  • The Final Girls

    The Final Girls

    When the movie spoofs the material it's fun and there are some great visuals towards the end. But all that sentimentality was meh

  • Mute Witness

    Mute Witness

    I did not care for the overall plot one bit but there are some superbly edited sequences brimming with tension and thrills.

  • We Are Still Here

    We Are Still Here


    Starts off with clichéd characters and a plot which has been active since 1944's The Uninvited.That third act tho is a banger when it shifts gears and becomes a thrilling ride(on an unrelated note the hippie character reminded me of Jack Torrance).

  • Lights Out

    Lights Out

    Not much of a plot but has enough solid jump scares to keep one interested from start to finish!

  • Michael Collins

    Michael Collins

    I don't know much about the conflict, but I liked this in bits and pieces only.Liam Neeson is strong here whenever he appears on screen.For the record I prefer the superior The Wind That Shakes The Barley and also In The Name of the Father!

    P.S - Julia Roberts is annoying AF!!!

  • The Love Witch

    The Love Witch

    Samantha Robinson is a knockout.The cinematography and production design are gorgeous;but the plot just did not make sense.Plus the pacing was all over the place. Think a Technicolor version of Under The Skin;more than that it felt like a play than a film.