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Ghost - movie review
Ghost, the bollywood movie stars Shiney Ahuja as a detective and Sayali Bhagat as a doctor in stellar roles. Debutante director Puja Jatinder Bedi has come up with this first-ever truly gory film produced in Bollywood and shot in Mumbai and the picturesque Lavasa in Maharashtra. Ghost - movie review... The film is an original love story that is brutal as hell, a gift for horror lovers. Another first will be that the film intelligently incorporates and adapts some chapters from the Bible. City Hospital witnesses a chain of blood curdling spine chilling murders. A beautiful young recruit Dr. Suhani (Sayali Bhagat) is faced with uncanny happenings at the hospital. She is stunned by the monstrous force that sweeps out of the night to cause a trail of gruesome killings. What or who is responsible for this strange murderous destruction? The murderer uses a unique methodology, leavi ....
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Haunted - movie review
Haunted 3D is stated to be India’s first stereoscopic 3D horror film directed and produced by Vikram Bhatt. Set in the misty mountains of Koti, Haunted 3D revolves around the sprawling Glen Manor, a mansion with a secret past and a haunted present. Haunted movie review... The protagonist, Rehan (Mahakshay Chakraborty) visits Glen Manor to complete its sale, which his father had initiated. The mansion is being sold within few days, and there has been the death of the caretaker a some days ago. Rehan's father suspects something wrong so he is sent to Koti to settle the issue. But he realizes that certain mysterious occurrences in the manor may jeopardize the sale. However when he investigates these inexplicable happenings he discovers a secret --- and falls in love with it! Some mystifying things occur on Rehan’s very first night inside the mansion. He is curious to know ....
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Phoonk 2, movie review
Fear is such a strong emotion that it defies all logic. Phoonk 2 justifies that. As small children we are scared of entering a dark room; somewhere further in life, we rather try and avoid isolated roads with no street lights. Whenever we shift into an apartment, the newness and emptiness of the place intrigues us in a strange manner. Infact we always fear the unknown. It is not just ghosts that we are scared of but there are times in our lives when a strange and inexplicable incident also scares the hell out of us. Phoonk 2 movie review... Phoonk the first part ended with the killing of Madhu, the woman who casts a black magic spell on Rajiv's daughter Raksha. Phoonk 2 begins with Madhu's (Ashwini Kaleskar) ghost returning from the grave to seek revenge on the family. On bagging a new construction project, Rajiv (Sudeep) moves with his family to a new place and the surroundings - ....
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Agyaat, movie review
The story of Agyaat is about a film unit that goes for a shoot deep into a forest. Agyaat movie review... They settle at a place with bare minimal facilities run by a strange and quirky man called Setu. The hero of the film Sharman (Gautam) is a completely self obsessed man with no other concern except for his muscles and the leading lady. The leading lady Aasha (Priyanka Kothari) bears with him because of his star status. Director JJ (Howard Rosemeyer) thinks of himself as India's answer to Steven Spielberg. While the Producer Moorty (Ishrat Ali) thinks the director is screwing up the film and stopping him from becoming the next Yash Chopra. Laxman (Ishteyak Khan) is a completely subservient spot boy but with a hidden monstrous ego. Cinematographer Shakky (Kali Prasad) is very philosophical in nature and Action Director Rakka (Ravi Kale) is a frustrated man who hates the leadi ....
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1920, movie review
1920 is a horror film written and directed by Vikram Bhatt. The story revolves around the events surrounding a married couple living in a haunted house during the British rule in India in the year 1920. An architect arrives at a large manor House known as Haveli in Palampur somewhere in Northern India. The manager MK tells him that the owner wishes to have it torn down and have a hotel constructed in its place. Later that night, the architect is killed by a mysterious force. It turns out the architect who was engaged before him too, was killed in a similar way some time ago. The devout Arjun Singh (Rajneesh Duggal) who begins every morning with Hanuman Chalisa is an architect, and devoted to his family. He is in love with Lisa who is of a mixed faith. She is born of a British father and an Indian mother and this is disapproved by Arjun’s family who even attempts to burn this girl ....
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Phoonk movie review

Every once in a while we either hear or experience things which cannot have a rational explanation. Phoonk the movie is about that.

The truth of the matter is that we have very little knowledge and understanding of life and its various mysteries. Phoonk movie review... The story of Phoonk demands an answer from you to the question that no matter how much of a non-believer you are, you can truly stand by your convictions especially when you or your loved ones are seemingly being threatened by demonic forces whose very existence your rational mind refuses to accept? Rajeev (Sudeep) is a successful Construction Engineer with a loving wife, and two children aged 10 and 8. He is an atheist to the core. He scoffs at God and even more at people who believe in the dark forces till one day when an evil was let loose in his happy home, threatening to destroy his family and shake up ....
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Smart camera work coupled with impressive sound effects and deft editing makes this horror film a must watch for horror film lovers. Director Milind Rau who is also the co-writer of this quite engrossing daunting thriller made in Hindi, Tamil and Telgu has succeeded in giving pure frights to the viewer. Except for the stretched ending (it could have been made shorter) Milind has come up with a horror flick that is much above the Indian film industry standards. Giving a brief glimpse of the era prior to Indian independence the story revolves around a mansion somewhere in Himachal Pradesh that was occupied by a Chinese merchant dealing in silk imported from China. Immediately it is the current period shown in the adjacent house where a noted neuro surgeon Dr Krishnakanth (Siddharth) resides with his wife Lakshmi (Andrea Jeremiah) happy in their world. Just then they notice new neighbou ....
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The existence of the ‘other world’ has been a subject of debate between the skeptics and the believers. The Final EXIT directed by Dhwanil Mehta explores this particular aspect and appears convincing to a great extent. It is generally believed that the 'other dimension' or 'other world' always exists in our life. Made by a debutant director this film depicts layers of emotions of the characters. The audience will actually sense it throughout the film. This makes the viewer actually feel involved with the characters. The subject of other dimension has been taken in several Hollywood films but it is for the first time that a Bollywood film delves into this complex issue. Almost every body, knowingly or unkno ....
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The Bye Bye Man, movie review
A Horror thriller film based on the chapter 'The Bridge to Body Island' in Robert Damon Schneck's book The President's Vampire. The film recounts a series of terrifying events experienced by three Wisconsin college students, People commit unthinkable acts every day. Time and again, we grapple to understand what drives a person to do such terrible things. But what if all of the questions we’re asking are wrong? What if the cause of all evil is not a matter of what…but who? The film begins with an incident occuring sometime in the 1960s there was an instance of mass murder in which a man goes on killing people on his block murmuring if anyone spoke about the 'name' which cannot be said. Whose name he referred to was not clear, but only thing he repeatedly said was "Don't say it, don't think it." He is cursed. There are numerous spooky moments in the film beginning with recu ....
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Phobia, hindi movie review
Radhika Apte is definitely one of the most under rated actresses in Bollywood. While in some other film she comes up as the glamorous doll, and maybe in the next, she is just the typical girl next door. This film needs to be appreciated for the courageous performance by Radhika Apte. Phobia has number of firsts to its credit. Besides being one-of-a-kind psychological thriller, the makers have incorporated Virtual Reality technology, a first for a Bollywood film. The central character, Mehak (Radhika Apte), an artist by profession, who suffers from agoraphobia, can be seen using a VR set in the movie. Probably, this year's creepiest psychological thriller is about an artist who visualizes violent and negative incidents which have no connection whatsoever. An incident occurs one night while returning from her painting exhibition, and Mehak is molested by the local taxi driver which ....
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