When the trailer of Khaali Peeli hit the internet, it received cold reactions from netizens. One may assume that the ongoing nepotism debate could be the reason behind it, as currently netizens want to watch anyone but the star kids. Interestingly, both Ananya and Ishaan hail from filmy backgrounds. … [Read more...] about Khaali Peeli Twitter Review: Did Ananya Panday & Ishaan Khatter Win Hearts?
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Because, to put it plainly, this couple is haunted. And one of His House‘s cleverest plays is to take the conceits of the genre — the home haunted by restless spirits; the demon predator that latches itself onto its victims and follows them wherever they go — and analogizes them to the things a refugee couple might experience in their new homeland. In real life, there’s PTSD, survivor’s guilt, the pain of assimilation into a European culture whose own history of colonialism bears, with enough distance to encourage collective amnesia, on the violence from which the couple has taken refuge. But refugees do not simply leave. They bear with them the scars of where they came from. And here, those scars are as much physical as they are spectral. They’re alive in the things this couple carries: a baby doll and a beaded necklace reminding them of things lost on the way here. … [Read more...] about ‘His House’ Review: A Haunting, Out of the Past
Now meet Larry. He is spindly, stooped and about seven or eight feet tall. Imagine Gollum had a child with Slenderman — that’s Larry. He lives in a story titled Misunderstood Monsters, which is available online. Don’t worry if you can’t find it, because it will eventually find you. You can’t see him when he’s in the real world, though if your powers sources start flickering and things began seemingly moving of their own accord, that’s probably him. (He does show up on iPad cameras, however, sort of like a Pokémon Go creature.) Larry has glowing red eyes, a raspy voice and is very, very lonely. He has no friends, either. … [Read more...] about ‘Come Play’ Review: Where the Wild Things Scar
Deadline recently reported Rufus Sewell, Embeth Davidtz and Emun Elliott joined the ensemble cast for Shyamalan’s secret movie. Gael Garcia Bernal, Eliza Scanlen, Thomasin McKenzie, Aaron Pierre, Alex Wolff, Vicky Krieps, Abbey Lee, Nikki Amuka-Bird and Ken Leung were already on board to star in the top-secret project. … [Read more...] about M. Night Shyamalan Unveils Title And Artwork For New ‘Old’ Film
In one of the scenes in Khaali Peeli, Pooja (Ananya Panday) asks Blackie (Ishaan Khatter), "Bachpan se hi tu har picture ka end pehle hi bata deta thaa. Apne story ki ending kya hogi, Blackie?" Well, it's not just Blackie; even we, the audience know the final destination of this journey. But then, it's the 'hero' and his 'heroine' who keep us glued to the screen with their 'tapori' act. … [Read more...] about Khaali Peeli Movie Review: Ishaan Khatter Drives Straight Into Your Heart With His Tashan & Emotion