Mutant Mayhem follows the titular turtle brothers as they attempt to find ways to be accepted by the human world while encountering other mutants on their journey.
With Past Lives, Celine Song provides a story that is as quiet as it is potently emotional.
Surongo stands out in its cinematography, colour grading, and set design.
Air dribbled with grace, delicately took off and dropped an instantly iconic slam dunk.
Aftersun is a love letter to childhood memories.
At 96 minutes, Evil Dead Rise is an extremely easy watch and every horror fan should check it out.
Tetris (2023) is a very fictionalised and an incredibly fun watch.
The abundance of options when it comes to finding something to watch these days can be overwhelming to say the least. So, let’s put your mind at ease and also give your palettes some cleansing from all the raunchy reality TV shows Netflix puts out every two days by watching some inspirational movies. Now, we are going to leave out the Shawshanks, the Good Will Huntings and the Forrest Gumps because by now, everyone has watched or at least heard of them. Instead, we will be focussing on more recent flicks.
Are you tired of watching the same old horror movies with loud eerie sounds and predictable jump scares? Do you crave to be on the edge of your seat and question if someone or something is with you? Then you’ve come to the right place. Whether you’re a fan of found-footage horror, slow psychological burn or gruesome horror, you’ll find these five criminally underrated bone-chilling horror movies able to keep you up at night.