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Glasgow Film Festival: "Wyrmwood" and "A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night"


      “Wyrmwood” works more like an anecdote rather than a film. Hear it once, have a couple of laughs but don’t repeat it cause it might lose the small value it already has and that’s how I felt while watching it. 720 more words


Escapism that Bollywood provides!

Indian Cinema aka bollywood! The biggest movie industry! Heaps of movies portray myriad of emotions in so many different ways. Movies are a very preferred form of entertainment for so many including me. 413 more words


Review - 'It Follows'

Release Date: 27 February 2015
Certification: 15
Running time: 100 min
Director: David Robert Mitchell
Starring:  Maika Monroe, Keir Gilchrist, Olivia Luccardi

It is a depressing, notion to think that a modern horror that doesn’t rely on a sickening avalanche of torture porn, a half-assed attempt at the found footage motif, or a creepy looking kid, should be considered a novelty. 365 more words


Lucy (2014) ★★★☆☆

Lucy’s brain might have reached its 100%, but did the film?

Lucy (Scarlett Johansson) is forced into smuggling drugs, carrying a package of a new drug next inside her body. 378 more words


Still Alice (2015) ★★★★☆

Eye-opening and heartbreaking at the same time.

Still Alice tells the traumatic story of Dr. Alice Howland (Julianne Moore), a successful Columbia University professor who is unexpectedly diagnosed with an early case of Alzheimer’s Disease. 209 more words


THE BEAST WITHIN- Chapter Eighteen

Adeola alighted from the motorcycle at about 4:13pm. She was livid, as her painstakingly packed hair was all out of place, thanks to the crazy rider who sped like his head was literally on fire. 748 more words


A Fact about Chemistry

Tom Hardy’s on screen chemistry forced the science community to add to the periodic table.

Tom Hardy