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Odiyan

Odiyan

What is the movie about? :: Manikyan (Mohanlal) is the last among the odiyans, a group known to know sorcery and had shape-shifting abilities. The skill is passed to him by his grandfather after his father and mother were not ready to stand it, and left the village with their daughter, hoping for a better … Continue reading

Adhura

Adhura

Vampire Owl: It has been long enough since you reviewed a short-film. Vampire Bat: I would say that the frequency of movie reviews at Movies of the Soul has decreased overall, and it is not just with the shorter versions. Vampire Owl: I have found you to be too far away from cinema these days … Continue reading

Ima

Ima

Vampire Owl: I always knew that this was going to happen; I actually thought that it could happen much earlier. Vampire Bat: What exactly are you talking about? Vampire Owl: A movie on IMA – Indian Military Academy, about the training and other incidents at the place. Vampire Bat: No, this is not about the officer … Continue reading

Invisible Actor

Invisible Actor

Vampire Owl: An invisible actor? Did the actor become invisible after a case was registered against him? Vampire Bat: I am sure that it is not what they meant. There could be many meanings for the same. Vampire Owl: Then, has the invisibility elixir been stolen from Doctor Frankenstein? This calls for code bloody red … Continue reading

Pink

Pink

Vampire Owl: You know, Lady Death was very much interested in this colour. Vampire Bat: Why is she interested in colours, when she has been colour-blind since her resurrection from the other world? Vampire Owl: There are just rumours regarding the same, as she was referring to this movie. Vampire Bat: You mean to say … Continue reading

Mumbai Taxi

Mumbai Taxi

Vampire Owl :: You have brought me to this theatre because you are a bloody regionalist. Vampire Bat :: What? Not at all. I am a global citizen. My namesakes are there in English novels and Hollywood movies. Vampire Owl :: I don’t believe that. You have taken me to this theatre at Alwaye because … Continue reading