Plot: A pizza delivery boy delivers a pizza to a creepy old house and ends up trapped inside. That sounds simple but it’s not. A lot of stuff happens in just under two hours…
Went and caught a screening of this Hindi horror film at the cinema’s today with Amanda. I haven’t seen a lot of Indian films so I don’t really have much of a base to review it but I did find it an odd mix of romantic drama and comedy with horror sequences almost shoehorned in at random. This means that the film is oddly paced. Just when you think the horror parts are building to something, it’s right back to the drama for very long stretches of time. Then there’s a bunch of twists that don’t make a lot of sense and it ends. A curious viewing experience, that’s for sure.
Does India make a lot of horror movies? I’d love to see more!
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Loneliness creeping in like the tide
But with an undertow
Impossible to escape
Drown me in self pity
But don’t ring any bells
In my remembrance
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Twitch of the Death Nerve (Or one of its million other titles) is a beautiful, brutal, and confusing movie in equal amounts.