The creators of Mirzapur, Paatal Lok, Asur and more give you tips on how to get your show picked up by a streaming platform
Due to the shallow and overdone treatment of its material, Unsolved Mysteries feels more like a morbid but less exasperating version of reality television
The prequel to Takashi Shimizu’s Ju-On: The Grudge (2002) is deeply unsettling
It’s bad enough for a sports film to be so culturally awry, but it’s worse when the technical level is irredeemable
An all-boys trip is at the centre of the Zoya Akhtar blockbuster and the Satyajit Ray classic. But they have more resemblances than meets the eye
The documentary gives weight to the emotional testimonies of the Holocaust survivors but does very little with the historical accounts it tries to offer
From warrior nuns on Netflix, to Abhishek Bachchan’s streaming debut in Amazon Prime Video’s Breathe: Into The Shadows, here are our picks of what’s releasing this month across platforms.
Homemade, which is largely composed of personal diaries and philosophical reflections, is a rare peek into the restless head of artists, and by extension, a peek into our own minds
Probably what ‘having arrived’ means is ‘keep going ahead’, say the actors
With these actors, the film is certainly watchable. But looking back, I felt cheated at the end, by the very obvious attempts at misdirection.
Humanity, family, and the apocalypse; Dark’s Season 3 establishes the show as one of Netflix’s greatest creations
Producer Rana Daggubati and director Ravikanth Perepu speak about their project Krishna And His Leela, and how OTT has changed the game for filmmakers.