Life after ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Stranger Things’

Pop Quiz : From the Game Of Thrones—Cersei kisses Tyene Sand with what Poison on her lips? From Stranger Things 2—Who was the founder of the AV Club? From Mindhunter—Debbie drives the VW Beetle, which real life serial killer used to drive the same model? (answers at the end of the article) If you answered…

Justice League | Movie Review

After the meandering mess of Batman v Superman : Dawn of Justice, DC was in shambles. Zack Snyder, who had given us two of the best graphic novel adaptations in the last decade, in  300  and  Watchmen,  had become the Superman who had fallen from grace. Despite the visually spectacular cinematography that is characteristic of his films,…

The American Spacey-men

Pop-quiz : How would you define a ‘progressive society’ ? Is it correlated only to scientific and technological advancements ? Or is it a cultural prerogative that trickles upwards to define scientific advancements for the people ? As Human beings, we are wont to define our accomplishments as a race through tangible measures. Bezel-less Smartphones,…

Qarib Qarib Singlle | Movie Review | Irrfan | Parvathy

Sahabzade Irfan Ali Khan, better known as Irrfan excels at playing the oddball character with such rakish flamboyance that you instantly gravitate towards it. Be it Piku in 2015, Hindi Medium this year and now Qarib Qarib Singlle, Irrfan knows how to cater to the gallery as well as the cosied up couple holding hands…

Pope of the Risen | Jude Law | by Manjiri Mazgaonkar

The Young Pope – its name and trailer both create a picture of this wicked and radical Pope who is in to change the archaic Vatican, one rule at a time. However here is the truth – they lied and you will happily lap up the lie. You and the Vatican are in for a…

Thor : Ragnarok | Movie Review

When the first poster of Thor : Ragnarok came out, it had a distinct retro 1980s feel to it. The font used was WordArt and reminded us of the poster of the cult classic Tron (1982). The poster signified a change, a welcome one at that, from the often sombre overtone of the previous Thor…