Articles by

Archi Sengupta

They Reach Review: A Movie That is Neither Scary Nor Funny

They Reach is a horror movie that tries its hand at comedy and teen drama, but fails to impress in any one of those sectors.

The Hunt Review: An Entertaining Political Satire Worth a Watch

The Hunt is a 2020 political satire which packs a punch with great action sequences, some funny moments and great likeable characters.

Analysts Predict Box Office to Plunge 50% due to Coronavirus Closures

Research company MoffettNathanson has predicted that the box office will take a 50% hit due to the uncertainty surrounding coronavirus.

The Turning Review: A Boring Tale of an Excellent Source Material

The Turning is a 2020 horror movie that tries really hard to incorporate various scary themes but fails to tell a convincing story.

Hollywood’s Obsession with Horror Remakes: The Grudge (2020)

Watching The Grudge made me realise that Hollywood has a remake and reboot problem. Some things are better off allowed to come to an end.

Netflix’s Space Force Review: Smart Satire or Goofy Entertainer?

Netflix's Space Force is a bit confused as to whether it wants to be a smart political satire, or a goofy, mindless entertainer.

Disney Plus’ Out Review: A Short-Film with its Heart in the Right Place

Disney Plus came out with a new short-film called 'Out' which is heart-touching and contains many dogs. It's a win-win.

Gretel & Hansel Review: A Beautiful Horror Movie That Fails to Impress

Oz Perkins' Gretel & Hansel is a cinematic beauty with a lovely exterior, but if you try to dig too deep, you'll find it quite empty.

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