Netflix’s GHOUL (2018) Review: Setting Milestones For India

Let me just start with how happy I am that India has finally started bringing such great shows to Netflix. Well, Love Per Square Foot was obviously a big miss, but I loved Lust Stories and Sacred Games. However, Ghoul is my absolute favourite today. It is short, it is thrilling and I found the…

Hereditary (2018) – predictability at its finest

The first scene of Hereditary sets the tone for the film. A dreary lingering shot panning from a window looking out over the forest rotating onto a miniature mockup of the house where the film takes place. The overexerting sense of lingering dread, coupled with eerie symmetrical framing acts as the prelude for what you…