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Khamoshiyan

Review :- In spite of Meera telling Kabir that her hotel (built in the style of an English country manor) is vacant, without batting an eye he chooses to stay! She also mentions that she is married to an ailing Jaidev (Gurmeet Choudhary), who is bed-ridden and so she looks after his sinking business. Kabir’s growing infatuation for the mysterious ...

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Alone

Review :- So what happens when conjoined twins Anjana and Sanjana (Bipasha Basu) make the same man, Kabir (Karan Singh Grover) the object of their desire? No prizes for guessing. The sisters end up despising one another and can hardly wait to go their separate ways (pun intended). Unaware of the undercurrent of this emotion, Kabir, an advertising executive, (who ...

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6-5=2

Review :- It’s been over a decade since Hollywood took a liking to ‘low-budget found footage horror’ films. The Blair Witch Project (1999) put the genre on the map, making ‘based on real life events’ the perfect promotional gimmick. Paranormal Activity’s (2007) success further popularised the genre. Unfortunately, in spite of being inspired by the technique years after it became ...

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Mumbai 125 Km 3D

Review :- Mumbai 125 Km begins well. Even though it’s formulaic, a haunting background score, effective usage of 3D, especially in the scenes featuring mirrors, decent performances and predominantly a ‘fear of the unknown’ manage to keep you on the edge of your seat. Gripping and atmospheric, just when you think this horror film might actually be able to scare ...

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3 A.M

Review :- Going by the title, the film also enlightens those who’ve unheard of 3 A.M being the ‘devil’s hour’, where ghosts are thought to be at their most powerful. Can Sunny (Rannvijay Singh) and his friends (Salil Acharya, Kavin Dave) manage to decode the mystery surrounding the mills during this ungodly hour? 3 A.M borrows from Paranormal Activity and ...

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Pizza

Review :- While Hollywood is obsessed with the genre, it’s been a while since Bollywood came up with a ‘believable’ horror/psychological thriller, which actually gives you the creeps. Barring a few classics like RGV’s Bhoot, Kaun and the comparatively recent 13B, the genre stays untapped here. In fact, most Hindi horror films make you laugh with tacky special effects and ...

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Machhli Jal Ki Rani Hai

Review :- Ayesha (Swara Bhaskar) and Uday (Bhanu Uday) relocate to Jabalpur from Mumbai after Uday takes up a job there. They are put up at a spacious guest house in a deserted location. In no time, Ayesha senses a mysterious presence in the house. Nightmares, hallucinations, creepy noises, paranormal occurrences and shadows start plaguing her. Scared for her family, ...

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Ragini MMS 2

Review :- Hold onto your pants as Erotica meets Eerie in a sequel that traces Ragini’s haunted past. Rewind: Uday and Ragini’s dirty, horny weekend in an isolated house turned into a horrifying threesome – when a ghost interrupted their sexcapade. Uday disappeared and Ragini landed up in a mental asylum. Now the sequel begins. Sleazy, over-zealous filmmaker Rocks (Parvin) ...

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Darr @ The Mall

Review :- Pawan Kripalani, whose previous film ‘Ragini MMS’, scared the living daylights out of us, ‘Darr @ The Mall’ comes as a huge disappointment. While one doesn’t expect much of a novelty in terms of story when it comes to horror, cliched execution cannot be forgiven. For starters, the film offers standard scary occurrences like doors opening by themselves, ...

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Horror Story

Review :- A few friends make an impromptu plan of exploring a desolate hotel. They are intrigued by stories of mysterious deaths occurring in its seemingly haunted room No. 3046. A Ramu-kaka like waiter even warns, “Jis din bhuton pe vishwas karoge, us din zinda nahi bachoge.’ The group pays no heed. They enter the property, hoping to debunk paranormal ...

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