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Do two wrongs make a right? - thoughts on Bewafaa Si Wafaa 

Series – Bewafaa Sii Wafaa
Starring – Samir Soni as Sumer, Aditi Vasudev as Meghna, Dipannita as Nishqa and Yudhistir as Aditya. Created by – Ekta Kapoor. 1,065 more words


Beacon Point on VOD May 2 and DVD July 4

Take a trip to Beacon Point this May when the highly-anticipated science-fiction thriller lands on VOD via Uncork’d Entertainment.

The film, called “an intelligent and interestingly innovative inferno of horror, science fiction, folklore and thrills”, hails from talented newcomer Eric Blue. 180 more words


Thoughts on Romil and Jugal Promo.

Years ago, when Dostana, the Abhishek Bachchan, John Abraham and Priyanka Chopra KJo production released in India, the taboo subject of homosexuality found it’s exposure to conversations in the country – between families, friends and sometimes even complete strangers. 308 more words


Moana: Review

What we already know: Moana is a stunningly gorgeous film featuring sensational songs from Hamilton penner Lin-Manuael Miranda and three-dimensional characters voiced by Dwayne Johnson and Auli’i Cravalho. 108 more words


One of the Year’s Best, ‘Freak Out’ Hits VOD this Weekend!

I’ve screened a good deal of films in advance of their official release this year, and while most proved to be mediocre, a few really did stand out. 122 more words


What is Hiding in "Asylum of Darkness?" A Movie Review

By Ed Sum (The Vintage Tempest)

Arriving on VOD April 11th.

Does being insane allow one to see the world in a totally new light? Only Jay Woelfel’s horror flick… 318 more words

Movie Reviews

Karrle Tu Bhi Mohabbat | Ram Kapoor & Sakshi Tanwar

If like me you grew up in India in the nineties and came into your teens in the early years of the new millennium; there are chances that you had your first brush with your developing carnal side at the sight of a bare-chested Milind Soman, emerging from that box in Made In India, because oh la la 😍, have felt weirdly heartbroken for no reason listening to Shaan’s Tanha Dil and of course had the tunes of Balaji shows drilled into your mind through your ears. 239 more words