Tagged with Guillermo del Toro

Pacific Rim: Uprising

Pacific Rim: Uprising

A flashback to the first movie :: The story of Pacific Rim had its focus at the area where about 90% of the world’s earthquakes and 81% of the world’s largest earthquakes occured, and it was discovered that something more was responsible for the same. Then came the giant alien creatures attacking Earth after coming … Continue reading

Before I Wake

Before I Wake

Vampire Owl: Do I get to make a sentence with this title? Vampire Bat: What are you talking about? Vampire Owl: I really wanted to make a sentence with these words as those school children do. Vampire Bat: Why do you want to imitate school children when we are self-taught and vampire-learnt? Vampire Owl: I … Continue reading

Crimson Peak

Crimson Peak

Vampire Owl: I believe that we should sell our castle and buy what they call the Crimson Peak. It looks more Gothic than all our bloody rooms combined. Vampire Bat: We should write a letter to Uncle Dracula concerning this after watching this movie. Vampire Owl: I believe that it is from the director who … Continue reading

The Hobbit II

The Hobbit II

On The Hobbit :: In the first installment of a three-part film prequel series based on the 1937 novel The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien called An Unexpected Journey, we saw thirteen dwarves accompanied by one wizard and a hobbit, going on a mission to reclaim the dwarf lands which was earlier claimed by … Continue reading

The Hobbit

The Hobbit

✠ This shall be the second review that features the major excerpts from the fictional interview with Count Dracula by the Vampire Bat during the last unreal full moon night. Any relation to any person living, dead, undead, going to die, half-dead, partially alive or those is not intentional, and if you are looking for … Continue reading

Pacific Rim

Pacific Rim

The fictional stories concerning the aliens from outer-space have always been with us through those books, movies, cartoons and comics right from the childhood. Alien, Predator and Event Horizon were among the best feeders of outer-space horror. It was just a few weeks ago, that the audience accepted the friendly neighborhood alien in Man of … Continue reading

Mama

Mama

This one goes back a little to the past in this year itself, and this is one of those movies which could easily initiate such a sequence in the eternal time machine. This is rather more of the present than the past, as it doesn’t really go back that far if there is an intellectual … Continue reading