Tagged with adaptation

Noor

Noor

Vampire Owl: The only Noor I know is from the 1997 Malayalam movie, Chandralekha. Vampire Bat: That character was Nooruddin. Vampire Owl: Yes, but saying the name will be like asking for a hundred rupees. Vampire Bat: It doesn’t matter. If you get one hundred rupees, keep it. Vampire Owl: But what would I do … Continue reading

Grace Villa

Grace Villa

Vampire Owl: Do you know that writing about short-films is not that rewarding? Vampire Bat: Yes, especially short-films which are older. Vampire Owl: So, you understand the same, and is not writing about those bigger movies which will get you more visits? Vampire Bat: Movies of the Soul’s opinions will not be lost among those … Continue reading

Miss Peregrine’s Home

Miss Peregrine’s Home

Vampire Owl: I once knew a tooth fairy by this name. It was when I was having the best of times. Vampire Bat: Oh! I thought you only knew witches during those days. Vampire Owl: Stop being judgmental. She was a nice tooth fairy. She even dealt in fangs. Vampire Bat: Okay, and then what … Continue reading

Nerve

Nerve

Vampire Owl: I was playing this online game. You should also try it. Vampire Bat: Don’t you know that I no longer try these things? Vampire Owl: But this is very much interesting. Vampire Bat: I have gone through many more interesting things in the past. Vampire Owl: You know, there is this game. You … Continue reading

The Woman in Black

The Woman in Black

✠ A 1983 horror novel by Susan Hill was made into a movie of the same name, last year. But most of the people here haven’t been aware of the same, even as it had mostly positive reviews. That surprises me indeed, as it would have gained a lot if popularized here, thanks to the … Continue reading

John Carter

John Carter

The story goes an year back, when I felt the horrible lack of respect to one movie which was better than another movie which was released in 2009. This better movie was John Carter and the inferior movie was Avatar. Even as the box office results and the critics say the other way around, the … Continue reading