Episode 15 of the Split Screen Podcast brings back Samarpita Dutta as we take a look at all the Bollywood movies yet to be released in 2016.
Author: Shah Shahid
I discuss the controversy surrounding the claims of plagiarism for the new short film ‘Kriti’.
‘Kriti’ is an intensely dark thriller and one of the very rare short movies from Bollywood. Read on for my Review and share your thoughts with me.
The Season 6 Finale of ‘Game Of Thrones’ leaves me breathless, as it sets the stage for everything that is yet to come, while satisfyingly continuing everything that’s come before.
Episode 14 of Split Screen Podcast is a sequel to Episode 7, where we follow up on the Bollywood movies released so far in 2016.
I identify the flaws with Season 4 of ‘Arrow’, The CW’s superhero adaptation that spawned many spin offs, in this Review.
Episode 9 of Season 6 of ‘Game Of Thrones’, brings to fruition storylines from Season 1, and is now, so far, the best episode of the Season.
My Season 2 Review of ‘The Flash’ discusses the show’s tone, addresses some complaints of others, and hypothesizes where the show may go next.
In episode 13, Erin Fraser joins me as we compare ‘Parinda’ (1989) and ‘Broken Horses’ (2015), both directed by Bollywood director Vidhu Vinod Chopra.
I discuss Episode 8 of Season 6 of ‘Game Of Thrones’ and how it’s probably the best episode of this season.
I try to understand why I liked DC’s ‘Legends Of Tomorrow’ in this Season 1 Review.
‘Beeba Boys’ is a watered down movie, that’s not befitting the calibre of work expected from both Randeep Hooda or Deepa Mehta.
Check out my Spoiler-Free Movie Review of ‘The Martian’, Ridley Scott’s return to epic filmmaking, and one of Matt Damon’s career best performances.
‘Lucifer’ is the latest DC comics adaptation on Television right now, it’s a damned interesting show! See why it got renewed for a second season.
‘Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice’ is very successful in creating a DC Comics film universe, however fails to tell a coherent story of its own.
Episode 12 of the Split Screen Podcast is with Kathy Gibson from Access Bollywood, as we compare the Korean film ‘The Man From Nowhere’ (2010) and its Bollywood remake ‘Rocky Handsome’ (2016)
‘Duty Calls’ is an amazingly touching short about how authority figures are seen in society, and how it effects them. Check out the film as part of the Homegrown Shorts screening at the 2016 Canadian Film Fest.
‘Julia Julep’ is an spiritually abstract short film about a young girl dealing with loss. Check out my Review here & the movie when it appears on the Canadian Film Fest 2016 on April 1st.
‘Divorce Photographer’ is an incredibly outrageous film about self fulfilment and finding closure. Check out my Spoiler-free Movie Review, and check out the film when it opens at the Canadian Film Fest 2016 on April 1st.