Kshitij Rawat

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Triple Frontier new trailer teases an all-star action-packed thriller

The second trailer for Triple Frontier is not too different from the first one. It does not reveal much of the plot beyond the bare-bones. The film looks backed up by a decent budget -- a feature of some of Netflix's recent, higher-end films and the effects do look studio-calibre.

Road to Oscars 2019: Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse should take home the Best Animated Feature trophy

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is nominated in the Best Animated Feature Oscars category and it should, I believe, take the trophy. Its closest contender is Incredibles 2, which is also really enjoyable, but it does not quite match the love-letter to comic-books that is Spider-Verse.

The Umbrella Academy first impression: This Netflix series is mildly entertaining

In today's superhero surfeit, a TV show or a movie has to be exceptional to distinguish itself. Netflix's The Umbrella Academy, if it is fair to judge it by its first episode, is just above average and seems hackneyed at that.

Breaking Bad movie: Five things to know

Breaking Bad was noted for its razor-sharp writing, massive buildup in the four seasons (with the fifth season densely packed with payoffs that were a long time coming), and strong performances, particularly by Cranston. Here is everything you need to know about the movie.

Before The Umbrella Academy, here’s a look at offbeat superhero TV shows and movies on Netflix

If The Umbrella Academy sounds weird to you and you are still excited about it, there is more where that came from. On Netflix, here are some of the strange, offbeat, and eccentric TV shows and movies you can watch.

The Curse of La Llorona trailer is riddled with jump scares

The Curse of La Llorona is based on a Mexican legend about a weeping woman who lost her children, and her sight or proximity is enough to cause misfortune. She now searches for lost children and makes them "her own", which means she kills them.

My Name Is RaGa teaser: This Rahul Gandhi biopic looks like a parody

Not long after Anupam Kher starrer Dr Manmohan Singh biopic, The Accidental Prime Minister and Nawazuddin Siddiqui's Thackeray, a teaser for My Name Is RaGa has been released. The teaser is laughably bad.

Pet Sematary trailer: This Stephen King adaptation looks terrifying but trailer is too spoiler-y

Pet Sematary trailer promises that the film has recreated the novel's creepy feeling pretty faithfully. This looks like a movie any King fan worth their salt would watch (just purely judging by the trailer). My only complaint is that it reveals too much.

Childhood monsters come alive in Guillermo del Toro’s Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

Based on Alvin Schwartz's book series of the same name, many monsters and nightmares you thought were buried in your past will awaken again in Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. We will have to wait for a full trailer to see them up and close. But so far, things look great.

Top five actors who should play Batman after Ben Affleck’s exit

Ben Affleck has hung up the cape and the hunt is on for a younger Batman. Matt Reeves' film, titled The Batman, will require a new casting. Here are our suggestions regarding who could take up the mantle and do justice to this iconic character.

Shazam, Wonder Woman 1984 and The Batman: All the upcoming DCEU movies

DC Extended Universe is in a state of flux. There are many projects that are rapidly moving forward. For some of them, the production is already over. Here is every confirmed upcoming film in the DCEU.

Oscar nominations 2019: The biggest snubs and surprises

Oscar nominations 2019: The movies that were expected to score big in Oscars 2019 nominations did just that. But like every year, there were a few surprises and snubs this time around as well. Here, we list a few.

Oscar nominations 2019: Interesting facts about this year’s nominees

The nominations for the 91st Academy Awards were announced on Tuesday. Here are a few interesting facts about all the nominees.

Titans review: DC Universe’s entertaining TV show is slightly marred by over-the-top violence

Titans is not buried in misery like Batman v Superman and balances the darkness with humour and some good character work to craft a surprisingly engaging superhero TV series.

The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot trailer has Sam Elliott saving mankind

Legendary warrior Calvin Barr (Sam Elliott) has been called upon to kill the mythical creature called Bigfoot by the US government. He has credentials, you see. As a young soldier, he assassinated the genocidal German dictator Hitler.

Revisiting M Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable before Glass hits theaters

The experience of watching Unbreakable is not surprisingly far removed from the feel of modern comic-book movies. The budget is shoestring and it shows. There are no mind-bending special effects, but M Night Shyamalan's distinctive visual imprint is there.

Superhero films in billion dollar club: Aquaman, Avengers Infinity War and The Dark Knight in the list

Here are ten superhero movies that ended their box office run earning more than 1 billion dollars worldwide.

The Punisher season 2 trailer promises even bloodier retribution

The season 1 of The Punisher was one of the most gruesome shows available on the streaming site, and that was a remarkable feat keeping in mind the current crop of TV dramas. This season promises to raise the bar even further.

Top TV shows of 2018: The Terror, Better Call Saul and Sharp Objects in the list

There is so much quality television content these days that it is hard to narrow down the best stuff. So here are the top TV shows of 2018. There is no order, but Better Call Saul tops it.

Top Hollywood movies of 2018: A Star is Born, Roma, The Quiet Place and others in the list

Let us take a look at the best Hollywood films we saw in the last 12 months. The list is a mix of genres and consists of mostly crowd-pleasers