Twenty Of The Top 100 Horror Movies For All Time

Showing the top 20 seemed to be tough enough, but to try to gather together a complete listing of the top 100 horror movies could be, well, frightening. There is the issue of genre splitting, that is what goes on when you can’t determine if “The Hills Have Eyes” is really a scary movie (it is) or a Slasher flick (“The Texas Chainsaw Massacre”).

Badmaash Company Film Review

All you need is an “idea” not money to be successful – is the theme of this film. But the success of this lackluster “idea” film is slim.

Bumm Bumm Bole Movie Review

A movie about pair of shoes can’t get viewers, no matter even if it is based on popular children’s book. Bumm Bumm Bole shares two stories with us. The first is about a troubled family which is struggling to make a daily living and the second is the quest for shoes, both stories are running simultaneously.

Kites Movie Review

The film never soars high enough to break barriers or go beyond boundaries and cultures which is what Kites is all about. A love story with all heart and no sense.

Raajneeti Movie Review

According to the director Prakash Jha politics is plain ugly, that’s why he named the film ‘Raajneeti’. There are no 2 sides of this game – money and killings is the only way to reach the top which is what this movie tells us.

Raavan Movie Review

Raavan is loosely based on the epic Ramayana. After Raajneeti, this is the second attempt on a classic epic saga to be adapted in our present times. First half is all about running and exploring the jungles, its after the interval where we come to know about the story. Interestingly the first half is more watchable even though it lacks any solid plot development.

Mr Singh Mrs Mehta Movie Review

Never thought watching a movie can be such a painful experience. Dead film which should not have been made in the first place. Suspicion and horror are two unrelated different subjects. But you’ll hear creepy music being played while our actors snoop on their partners. The atmosphere created in the beginning is such we feel like an accident or a murder is going to take place but we only see cheating spouses.

I Hate Luv Storys Movie Review

This has got to be the worst love story ever made and the weakest product from Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions. I hate Luv Storys is about Jay (Imran Khan) and Simran (Sonam Kapoor), their differences, beliefs in love, where Jay does not believe in love and Simran loves almost everything in her life and in between they find their own love story.

After.Life – Movie Review

This movie has two stars: Christina Ricci and Liam Neeson; Justin Long is almost an afterthought – pun intended. Without giving away too much of the story, Neeson is a funeral director who seems to care very lovingly about his clients, is gentle with them and their newly grieving families.

Scariest and Most Frightening Horror Films From the 90’s

Many movies from the 90s did their job in scaring the crap out of their captive audiences. However only the top 5 horror movies of the 90s made it onto this list. If you plan to watch any of these films expect to be scared.

Aang: Avatar And The Last Airbender

Aang is the avatar master of the elements, the lead character in the hit cartoon animated series entitled Avatar the Last Airbender which aired for three seasons and gained immense popularity on the Nickelodeon channel from 2005 to 2008, with over 5 million viewers worldwide. Highly successful in its premiere episode in 2005, it has gained the primetime Emmy Award. The protagonist is Aang, a twelve year old hero who possesses supernatural powers and with ability to control the earth’s core elements like air, fire, water, and earth.

Technofiction Review of “Tron: Legacy” 2010

The Disney people have done their usual competent job of mixing good actors and good effects to tell that same old Disney story. If you don’t pay attention to the story, it’s entertaining.