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
From Farrukh Jaffar in Gulabo Sitabo to Mansi Multani in Kadakh, here is a list of exceptional performances this month across OTT platforms
It’s bad enough for a sports film to be so culturally awry, but it’s worse when the technical level is irredeemable
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.
With these actors, the film is certainly watchable. But looking back, I felt cheated at the end, by the very obvious attempts at misdirection.
The desire to shock and the desire to evoke laughter are quite different, and the difference is glaring in this 50 minute comedy special
Humanity, family, and the apocalypse; Dark’s Season 3 establishes the show as one of Netflix’s greatest creations
Bulbbul is a heart wrenching tale of the wrongs that women have been subjected to—the assault, sexual abuse and the domestic violence
Athlete A, a film that spotlights the biggest sexual abuse scandal in U.S. sports history, provides two aspects that any great true-crime documentary must: context and narrative.
Dutt on her lyrical directorial debut, and why Bengal is a natural choice as the setting for such stories