Tagged with short movie

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

Akam Puram

Akam Puram

Vampire Owl: Why does the title sound to me like Inside Out? Vampire Bat: It is more like Inside Outside. Vampire Owl: You mean to say that the insides could be outside, and vice versa? Vampire Bat: Are you referring to mind being outside the body? Vampire Owl: Yes, such things are possible with meditation … Continue reading

Mooniloraal

Mooniloraal

Vampire Owl: But there are only two of us. Vampire Bat: When we are there, the presence of four can be seen. Vampire Owl: I don’t understand. How can there be four when we are only two people? Vampire Bat: You need to count the guardian angel too. Vampire Owl: Doesn’t that make the total … Continue reading

Mrithyumjayam

Mrithyumjayam

Vampire Owl: I am sure that they are talking about us. Vampire Bat: Why would you think that when going through a non-vampire movie? Vampire Owl: Because it seems to be about someone who defeated death. Vampire Bat: We haven’t defeated death; at least not yet. Vampire Owl: Dude, we have come back from the … 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

Code 8

Code 8

Vampire Owl: Do you know that according the eighth code of vampirism, you are not allowed to use a level eight portal to the human world because it passes through the shadow world? Vampire Bat: Yes, isn’t that the code which saves the vampires from corruption by the shadows of pure evil alignment? Vampire Owl: … 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

Moonnamathe Vazhi

Moonnamathe Vazhi

Vampire Owl: You mean to say that there are three paths rather than two. It is indeed a strange world. Vampire Bat: Yes, there is more than just the opposites – more than just life and death, good and evil, heaven and hell, black and white and so on. Vampire Owl: Yes, there is time … Continue reading

The Story of 90 Coins

The Story of 90 Coins

Vampire Owl: I have to say that this title has immediately caught my attention. Vampire Bat: It is not natural for such a thing to happen for you considering the fact that this is a short-film. Vampire Owl: I have loved more short-films these days than any other. So, there is a certain vision coming … Continue reading

Culprit

Culprit

Vampire Owl: Do you know that I am a culprit in love? Vampire Bat: How is that relevant right now? Vampire Owl: I just wanted to remind you that the word applies to me too. Vampire Bat: I am sure that your experience cannot match the genre of this short-film. Vampire Owl: You mean to … 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

The Lorax

The Lorax

What is The Lorax? :: Here is a movie based on Dr. Seuss’ children’s book of the same name. Born as Theodor Seuss Geisel, Dr. Seuss has published fourty six books for children, and this one published in 1971 should be the most popular of them all. The book as well as the movie talks … Continue reading