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…

Sacred Games Episode Titles – Here’s What They Mean

Sacred Games is Netflix’s first Indian original series made by Phantom Films. Starring Saif Ali Khan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Radhika Apte, this series was helmed by two of the pioneers of present Indian cinema, Vikramaditya Motwane and Anurag Kashyap. The very talented Varun Grover, along with his team adapted the near thousand page 2006 novel…

Sacred Games – Netflix makes a grand entry in the Indian Scene

We were all excited when Netflix announced Sacred Games as their first Indian original show. It is based on Vikram Chandra’s critically acclaimed novel of the same name, and when we came to know about the casting and directors it made us even more excited. I was particularly eager to see how their joint venture…

Freaks and Geeks : A One of a Kind One Season Wonder

Growing up, we have all watched different sitcoms or serials which we loved more because of how relatable it was to us or how we wanted our lives to exist in the serial’s world, rather than the content. I love F.R.I.E.N.D.S. because I love the idea of six best friends sharing their entire life together…

Jessica Jones (Season 2) Review: The Return Of The Damaged Goddess

  If you say with great power, comes great responsibility, I swear I will throw up on you. Marvel’s Jessica Jones is one of Netflix’s finest shows. After a very intense first season, Netflix returned with the season 2 on this Women’s Day. This Jessica has been reoriented and reinterpreted for the modern times and…

Annihilation (2018) Review – A Wild, Trippy Sci-Fi Ride into the Shimmer

  Coming straight to Netflix for the international audience, the first thought after watching Alex Garland’s Annihilation is the regret of not watching it in the theatre. This is, of course, after you have been consumed by the exhilarating soundtrack and are shaken by the terrifying plot. After Ex Machina, director Garland focuses on the…

The Crown (Season 1 & 2) Review ― Celebrates Matriarchy At Its Best

The Crown is a historical drama series based on true events. The show is a biographical take on the personal life and the reign of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. Her relationship with her closed ones, specially her parents King George VI and Queen Mother Elizabeth, her younger sister Margaret and her husband…