“As Indian cinema’s worldwide audience grows, most people are acquainted exclusively with Bollywood – Hindi-language romantic dramas full of dazzling song-and-dance numbers that may or may not be related to plot.
But Indian cinema has always been more than that, just as Italian film extends beyond neorealism or and the French New Wave is just one piece of a rich history. Cinephiles may know Satyajit Ray’s Apu trilogy, which offers a glimpse of the type of gritty auteurship that doesn’t pay the Bollywood bills, but speaks to some truly fine artistry. Indian short films remain a source of this ingenuity and excellence, and Netflix’s Lust Stories is a fresh new installment.
Like Bombay Talkies before it, Lust Stories is an anthology of short films from known Indian directors Anurag Kashyap, Zoya Akhtar, Dibakar Banerjee, and Karan Johar. They are exceedingly simple stories: a teacher’s obsession with…..”
Netflix drops terrifying trailer for its first Indian horror series ‘Ghoul’
From the teams behind Get Out, Insidious, and Udta Punjabcomes Netflix’s first original Indian horror series, Ghoul. And it looks pretty damn terrifying.
Having dropped its first trailer on Tuesday, Ghoul follows a new prisoner at a remote military interrogation centre, who turns the tables on interrogators by dredging up some secrets and starting some demonic-looking business along the way.
Netflix’s first venture into horror in India, Ghoul lands on the platform on August 24 for all users, in 190 countries. It was produced by Phantom Films, Ivanhoe and Blumhouse, and stars Radhika Apte and Manav Kaul.
Phantom Films has already worked with Netflix on the platform’s first original Indian series, Sacred Games, which delves into Mumbai’s underbelly, and was shot in the country in both Hindi and English.
Extinction – Netflix Trailer
A father has a recurring dream of losing his family. His nightmare turns into reality when the planet is invaded by a force bent on destruction. Now, fighting for their lives, he comes to realize an unknown strength to keep them safe from harm. Starring Michael Peña, Lizzy Caplan and Mike Colter. Extinction premieres July 27, only on Netflix
First poster for Netflix’s ‘Sabrina’ reboot looks witchy as hell
Kiernan Shipka plays a whole new kind of teen witch in the “Sabrina The Teenage Witch” reboot
Let the witch hunt begin.
The upcoming reboot of the classic Nickelodeon sitcom Sabrina the Teenage Witch is going dark as hell. In the first poster for The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, starring Mad Men’s Kiernan Shipka, makes it clear that this isn’t your mama’s teen witch. Cause this time around, Sabrina’s not afraid to let her Lucifer flag fly.
It appears that instead of dotting the ‘i’ in her name with a heart or some such nonsense, this Sabrina is straight up repping a pentagram. We could not be more down for this transformation. Like, yas girl! Summon all that lady power with a strong red lip!
Netflix describes the reboot of as a reimagining of the much more family-friendly sitcom witch we knew from childhood. It’s a “dark coming-of-age story that traffics in horror, the occult and, of course, witchcraft,” with tonal aspirations toward Rosemary’s Baby and The Exorcist.
We here at Mashable are firm supporters of the recent witchening of pop culture. Last year saw the rise of the Basic Witch, but this year is all about leveling up to full on blood sacrifice.
Created by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, the man behind the gritty Archie reboot Riverdale, the show will revolve around “Sabrina wrestling to reconcile her dual nature — half-witch, half-mortal — while standing against the evil forces that threaten her, her family and the daylight world humans inhabit.”
Consider us already part of the coven, Sabrina.Read more: https://mashable.com/2018/07/10/chilling-adventures-of-sabrina-teenage-witch-reboot-poster/
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