Tagged with soul

Let Her Out

Let Her Out

Vampire Owl: I remember having said this at the other world to save Lady Death‘s evil twin sister. Vampire Bat: What? You mean to say that she used to be a damsel in distress? Vampire Owl: Yes, she was in hell’s prison for pouring water into hellfire. Vampire Bat: So, it is true that she … Continue reading

Kubo and the Two Strings

Kubo and the Two Strings

Vampire Owl: I know this person, for I remember this name, but just can’t figure out from when and where. Vampire Bat: Do you need to go through a memory recovery programme? It is a new method. Vampire Owl: I know what Doctor Frankenstein does with his new series of programmes. So, let me figure … Continue reading

The Remaining

The Remaining

Vampire Owl :: This movie seems to be about the end of the world. Vampire Bat :: Yes, it is about that and also what happens during this ultimate horror being unleashed on Earth. Vampire Owl :: Do you think that mankind has a chance to see this possible end before they kill each other … Continue reading

The Lazarus Effect

The Lazarus Effect

Vampire Owl :: The zombie minions have sent us a request signed by four hundred and fifty seven of them. Vampire Bat :: As Uncle Dracula is in the hospital after watching a few terrible superstar Bollywood movies, I guess that we have to deal with this ourselves. Vampire Owl :: It is sad. We … Continue reading

Darling

Darling

Vampire Owl :: You mean Darling Darling? Vampire Bat :: No Darling just once, unless you want to create an echo. Vampire Owl :: Vampire Owls don’t echo. We are immune to such inferior special effects. Vampire Bat :: Then its easy to follow. This is the remake of the Telugu horror comedy romance, Prema … Continue reading

Deliver Us from Evil

Deliver Us from Evil

Vampire Owl :: You are obviously talking about me. Vampire Bat :: No, I am not. Why should I talk about you now when I am going to watch a horror movie? Vampire Owl :: You said “deliver us from evil”. I am evil. Vampire Bat :: No, you are not evil, not even remotely … Continue reading

London Bridge

London Bridge

Malayalam movies in 2014 :: This year hasn’t started really well for me, as I don’t think that any movie from Kerala in 2014 has been even average, may be because of that extending the limits by Drishyam, but with London Bridge, there is a some comeback. I do have to warn you in advance … Continue reading

Extracted

Extracted

What is Extracted? :: “The mind is its own place, and in itself can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven” — John Milton, Paradise Lost. Well, the mind creates not just heaven and hell, but a lot of other things. As long as the minds are concerned, the physical existence of hell … Continue reading

Geethanjali

Geethanjali

What is Geethanjali? :: Even as all of us literature students have to answer this with Rabindranath Tagore’s Gitanjali, the collection which made him the first non-European to win the Nobel Prize for Literature, and the only Indian to win the same so far. But as the Vampire Bat is not alive enough to talk … Continue reading

The Conjuring

The Conjuring

We are all going to die – I would hope that the same would happen as fast as possible. I watched The Conjuring and it was scary, and I am hundred percent sure that it can give anybody sleepless nights. But what has happened to me? Why am I not afraid of the supernatural movies? … Continue reading

Go Goa Gone

Go Goa Gone

In this world touched by the vampires of the last century and dominated by the not-at-all scary pseudo-vampires powered by works like Twilight, zombies have been forced to take the back-seat. Some would say that it is deserving to be so, and that is al they need, but without solid proof. Still, it would not … Continue reading

Commando

Commando

Today, something exceeded the expectations of the Vampire Bat. No, it was not that line of expectations built with continuous gunfire by the 1985 Arnold Schwarzenegger movie of the same name, nor was it that thinner line of thread woven by that arachnid of my favourite computer games of those “twenty four hour gaming” days … Continue reading