What to Watch on Netflix: Alice Cooper Recommends Best Horror Movies and TV

0commentsCandyman Skeptical graduate student Helen Lyle (Virginia Madsen) befriends Anne-Marie McCoy (Vanessa Williams) while researching superstitions in a housing project on Chicago’s Near North Side. From Anne-Marie, Helen learns about the Candyman (Tony Todd), a knife-wielding figure of urban legend that some of her neighbors believe to be responsible for a recent murder. After a […]

Sankarabharanam Movie Review: Strained Comedy

Performances: Nikhil looked stylish as an NRI but was too dramatic with his antics in order to establish himself as an NRI (Unless they thought it is funny too, sigh!). Nanditha hardly had anything to ‘perform’. Anjali was showcased in a different avatar as Munni, who hates men. She rocked with her massy traits though […]

Kirrak Party Movie Review: A Good Summer Treat!

Year 2018 has been hugely positive for Nikhil with his previous flick, Chalo, scoring big time at the box office. The first big release of the summer, Kirrak Party is an official remake of Sandalwood’s last year blockbuster, Kirik Party. The movie is said to consist of a wholesome package of fun, friendship, laughter, romance, […]

Seven movies to watch at home this week: Game Night, Clue, Hot Fuzz and more

There’s a reason why this Shirley MacLaine and Jack Lemmon movie has not just stood, but aced the test of time, held up as a gold standard for rom-coms thanks to its gleeful character dynamics and the whip-fast cadence of its dialogue. The Apartment was quite forward for its era, one of the reasons why […]

The TOP 10 Movies from 10 Years Ago

The pairing of Ranbir Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra was unique and while Director Siddharth Anand was in his element, the film worked in bits and pieces.

Standout success: Edinburgh’s Free Fringe is no comedy graveyard

This isn’t a new phenomenon – I could have said the same of Liam Williams last year, when after five-star success in a far-flung pub on the Free Fringe in 2014, he returned to, er, another pub on the Free Fringe in 2015. At the time, I might have written it off as characteristic of […]

Edinburgh festival: why isn’t fringe comedy more Scottish?

Testing that hunch against reality, I’ve seen a handful of Scottish comics, randomly selected, on this year’s fringe. Matt Winning barely acknowledges his Scottishness, although he does – out of character with the rest of his act – reads a cod-Robert Burns poem at one stage, about current affairs. Richard Gadd, whose hit show just […]

Richard Gadd at Edinburgh festival review – uproarious high-concept comedy

It’s brilliantly done. There are several hilariously dysfunctional dialogues, via Facebook and text message, between the panicky Gadd and his dimwit techie, before the two timelines – onscreen and onstage – converge towards a breathless finale. Infrequently, Gadd lapses into crude habit, deploying violence and (usually gay) sex for easy laughs. But mainly, the show […]

Rakul Preet Singh says star kids don’t have to hound producers for offers, admits Alia Bhatt ‘is best actor we have’

Social distancing helps you cherish priceless moments with family ❤️ sibling bonding for so many days after years. @amanpreetoffl when was the last I pushed you to swing ❤️ I know these are tough times but all we can do is look at the brighter side 😊 lots of love to all of you ! […]

Pic Talk: Anushka Sharma And Virat Kohli Play The Best Game To Kill Time During Lockdown

The entire nation is under lockdown owing to the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), and our favourite couple Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli are making sure to spend some quality time with each other. So, what is this lovely couple up to? The latest Instagram post of Anushka hints that the actress has found […]