Neil John Samuel (Fahadh) is a salesperson at a luxury car showroom who is about to propose to his girlfriend Pia (Niveda Thomas), a social worker. They seem an unlikely couple, though. Neil gets trapped in a barroom brawl, and a series of events ensues after which he ends up with a
In debutant director Santhosh Nair’s Money Ratnam, the old adage ‘money makes the world go round’ is stood on its head. The plot is compressed into 24 hours and revolves around a bag full of money. What would happen if you get a bagful of money and do not see the real owner around?
The bag and the money originally belongs to a wealthy businessman Issac Aanakkadan (Renji Panicker), who intends to buy some precious diamonds from a group of people. Issac begin the mission to get back his lost money. At the same time, notorious goon Makudi Das (Joju George)
Biju Menon excels while Aju Varghese provides ample support in Vellimoonga, writes Paresh C Palicha. Biju Menon survived on the fringes of Malayalam cinema doing second lead or negative roles in superstar films until directors discovered he had a flair for comedy.
Vellimoonga is comedy entertainer directed by Jibu Joseph. The movie stars Biju Menon in the lead role. The actor, who is active in the field with supporting roles, is playing the lead role in a movie after a long gap. Nikki Galrani plays the female lead in the movie. Vellimoonga is produced by Bhavana Media Vision.
Eric Bana, Édgar Ramírez, Olivia Munn, Sean Harris, Joel McHale, Chris Coy, Dorian Missick, Olivia Horton, Scott Johnsen, Mike Houston
Ralph Sarchie, Lisa Collier Cool (novel: 'Beware the Night')
Scott Derrickson, Paul Harris Boardman
Crime, Horror, Thriller
In DELIVER US FROM EVIL, New York police officer Ralph Sarchie (Eric Bana), struggling with his own personal issues, begins investigating a series of disturbing and inexplicable crimes. He joins forces with an unconventional priest (Edgar Ramírez), schooled in the rituals of exorcism, to combat the frightening and demonic possessions that are terrorizing their city. Inspired by the book, which details Sarchie’s bone-chilling real-life cases.
It would take a lot to truly shock officer Sarchie, who has nerves of steel and would not think twice about putting his own life on the line when it comes to doing his duty as a cop. Sarchie and his equally adept partner Butler receive a call one night to investigate an incident at the Bronx Zoo.
Director Scott Derrickson employs all the usual clichés of the genre - bats, Latin verses, little children in peril, and screeching cats - to cook up a reasonably creepy first hour. But he can't seem to prevent the film from sinking into an abyss of predictability as it plods into its third act.
The three Marines bring back not just post-traumatic stress disorder from that encounter. Soon after the cave incident, they brutally attack their unit’s chaplain and are “dishonorably discharged”. Three years later, they are in the Bronx, New York, and at the centre of a trail of supernatural events
As far as Horror movies go, clichés like flickering lamps, pin-drop silences, ghastly imagery, and demonic possessions are not uncommon. They have been used time and again on the big screen to deliver scares because they are always effective. However, the audiences haven’t seen the
For someone who tries to resuscitate dead babies, escapes a lion attack, gets a tonne of germs from being too close to a decomposing murder victim, gets routinely bitten by possessed people and doesn't believe in God, Sarchie might as well be Superman. It seems to kind of undo that