‘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.
Author: Shah Shahid
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.
Bollywood’s ‘Rocky Handsome’ is an over performed, action film with terrible villains and a main lead who seems to phone in everything but the kick ass action. Check out my Spoiler-free Movie Review.
‘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.
Premiering at the Canadian Film Fest 2016, ‘Chasing Valentine’ is an unconventional love story that deals with loss, identity and goes beyond the traditional happy ending. Check out my Spoiler-free Movie Review and catch the movie on April 2nd, 2016.
Randeep Hooda shines in a rare Bollywood bio-pic about a murdered in ‘Main Aur Charles’. Read on for my My Spoiler-free Movie Review and why Hooda deserves more praise than he has thus far in the industry.
Take a look at the movies releasing in March 2016 that I am most excited for; everything from princes, animals, monsters and superheroes!
With 3 major releases in Bollywood in March 2016, each movie focuses on a specific trope that the Indian industry is known for. Take a look at which you’ll be watching in theatres this month.
‘Deadpool’ is an anatomy-joke filled introductory story to one of Marvel Comics’ most popular character which was built upon the perseverance of its lead actor & debutant director.
The long awaited adaptation of Charles Dickens’ novel by Director Abhishek Kapoor leaves me disappointed in my Review of ‘Fitoor’.
Taking a look at upcoming Bollywood movies of 2016 that are bio-pics based on real people or retellings of real life incidents.
Bollywood Sherlock Holmes ‘Detective Byomkesh Bakshy!’ gets out of its own way, allowing the audience to hit enjoy the mystery on their own, instead of having it shoved down their throats. Read on for my Spoiler-free Movie Review, and share your thoughts on this movie as well.
A new movie that bridges the gap between fans of multiple generations with a story that acts as a sequel-ized remake, here is my Movie Review of ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’.
Episode 11 of the Split Screen Podcast discusses the Bollywood-ization of movies of other industries with Kathy Gibson as we compare ‘Stepmom’ & its Bollywood remake ‘We Are Family’.
Episode 10 of the Split Screen Podcast has Kathy Gibson returning to compare the comeback movie of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, ‘Jazbaa’, remade from the South Korean thriller ‘Seven Days’.
Episode 09 of Split Screen Podcast features the return of Samarpita Dutta in her actual debut as we compare ‘Emma’ and its Bollywood remake ‘Aisha’, both based on the same Jane Austen novel.
Episode 8 of The Split Screen Podcast features the return of Kathy Gibson from Access Bollywood as we compare the amazingly underrated ‘Warrior’ to its Bollywood remake ‘Brothers’.
This episode of the Split Screen Podcast is a special extended end-of-2015 show, with guest Samarpita Dutta from BollyBrit.com. We geek out about the most exciting Bollywood movies coming in 2016, with trailers and first looks, as well as our most awaited Bollywood movie of next year.