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(4518) 6.6 94 min 2020

Bulbbul is a movie starring Tripti Dimri, Rahul Bose, and Avinash Tiwary. A man returns home after years to find his brother's child bride now grown up and abandoned, and his ancestral village plagued by mysterious deaths.

Tripti Dimri, Rahul Bose, Parambrata Chattopadhyay, Avinash Tiwary
Anvita Dutt

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Horror
Director Anvita Dutt
Writer Anvita Dutt
Stars Tripti Dimri, Rahul Bose, Parambrata Chattopadhyay, Avinash Tiwary
Country India
Runtime 1H 34M
Description A man returns home after years to find his brother's child bride now grown up and abandoned, and his ancestral village plagued by mysterious deaths.

Top reviews

Friday, 01 Jan 2021 14:34

This is quite possibly the best film of the year. It has got a great storyline, a great concept, some neat imagery, great characters and is just plain brilliant. The story is a gripping thriller and unlike some horror films it doesn't rely on jump scares or blood to provide the scares, it relies on the characters and interactions to provide the scares. There are many things going on and you can't keep your eyes from the screen for more than a few seconds. The idea behind the movie is fantastic and I think that many filmmakers can learn from it. For me, the standout performance from the cast is from Dolph Lundgren who is pretty much flawless. His character is dynamic and interesting as he seeks revenge. "What would you do if you found out the people you had known for years and trusted you were criminals and the other was a hired killer?". The rest of the cast including some of the lesser known actors have great performances too. The only reason I can't give this film a 10/10 is because it does have it's flaws. I know there are many people who will say that I am wrong and that the acting is awful. The movie's core characters are okay but I can't really explain their flaws without giving away important elements of the film. I also feel that the story is trying to be too clever, I think the director's goal was to show the audience more than what the main characters do. If you want to see the film in its original version without the director's commentary, then you can watch this at your own risk. I also would recommend that you read the book as there are some interesting things in the book that aren't in the film. I enjoyed the film, highly recommend.
Monday, 21 Dec 2020 17:54

Sharma Shivanayanan Dhanavah, among the other sad classic of Hollywood cinema, is a story of a man who is the victim of uninvited neighbour's beating by well-meaning mother and son, and with whose love he is conceived. The kid can sense trouble and comes out of his house with questions, but in the end he has no solution, and the future is dark for him. Shivanayanan's journey continues with his father's, who has broken his spine on his way to an accident, and loses his eyesight, who tells him to stay away from his sister, who is pregnant and wants to give birth, and their apartment, where a spirit dwells in the baby, from a fog. A woman who lives on the other side of the town happens to see her at her son's birthday party. Her son tells her about his beautiful ghost. She and the kid go to his house to investigate. What they find is hell, filled with evil spirits and ghosts. This is a weak film, if you didn't watch it, you can say it was, this is because of the quality of the film. Many scores are given to it, and when the film is finished you think, 'one more' has to be filmed, and you are right. The story isn't good, and many sequences, which had been well-known in other films, are put away. But, still, it keeps you going, and the vision of the director, who felt for his characters, is brilliant. Some films have disturbed the population of our country, and none were, till now, more than the three dhanavah. The rest of the film is good, the film is slow, and at times, the film has few stars. The character of the girl is no better. She is mean and she has little credibility. The concept of the film is good, the visuals is good, the music is good. The best part of the film is the idea of horror and suspense, and the film ends as a good (if not great) film. The film is not as powerful as other horror films of today, but it is still good.
Wednesday, 02 Dec 2020 12:11

Alien abduction horror is the name of a project I started way back in 2005. Back then I had my favourite subjects - paranormal occurrences and alien encounters. But I had no real grasp of the sci-fi genre, which I was in no hurry to settle down. I even managed to join my friend who at the time was into real horror, and had heard all the names of various films and claimed that there were no good horror films. But something clicked inside of me and I managed to convince him to get me some tapes and CDs, hoping that I could just enjoy them. And I did, especially the decent Slither and Innerspace. But sadly when Slither came out, it was obviously a really disappointing movie. The most notable difference between Slither and later Alien Abduction movies is that Slither is about a serial killer and those who help him. The same can be said about Alien Abduction movies. They are basically about people that are pretty much crazed and don't really have any solid reasons for what they are doing. And Slither is a very easy example of a Slither. He has a motive and he actually acts on it. I decided to just watch Slither again, only this time I don't know if I will actually like it. But as a whole it's a really enjoyable and entertaining Sci-Fi horror movie. The story revolves around the former owner of a poor underground concrete factory, who then loses his sanity and starts sending out his employees. He doesn't even have a plan, and no one can believe that these beings are actually the same aliens that were sent to Earth to destroy the humans. They are supposedly keeping them in another planet, one that has never been explored by mankind. So the building is ordered to be removed from the land by a group of military-officers. It is said that it's done. So we have the background of what will be the key characters. Private Jean-Marie (Claude Akins) is a former military member who is now a private detective. His job is to look for people who have been abducted by aliens and try to help them get back to the Earth. Jean-Marie is the main character in this film, and he has plenty of reasons to hate the aliens. He is always the one trying to help people. He is also a bit obsessed with exterminating the aliens. When he helps a woman who claims to have been abducted by the aliens and finds a transmitter for a message, he uses it to try to contact his ex-wife. Unfortunately his ex is already dead, and the transmission ends up lost somewhere on the aliens' world. This causes Jean-Marie to start hunting the aliens. Soon he has to contend with these different alien species, as well as the military who are trying to stop him from doing what he's supposed to. This is all taken to a huge degree of tension, and it really doesn't get any better. Jean-Marie is in constant
Monday, 23 Nov 2020 04:34

This is a movie I've been waiting to see for ages, and finally I did. The movie begins with a vampire killing a man who was bitten by his own wife. After killing him, the woman leaves, only to return with a bloody handkerchief. This handkerchief is a gift from the man's wife, which she gave to the vampire. The vampire, now with a bloody handkerchief, takes it and begins to kill people. He is aided by a man who's wife died in childbirth, and an old woman who has been cursed to become a vampire. The movie takes place in the Spanish countryside, and the cast is excellent. I really liked the look of the film, it had a great atmosphere. The cinematography was great, it was dark and looked great. The music was also excellent, it was haunting and added to the movie. The story is about a vampire, who has been cursed to become a vampire, and must kill his first victim. The story is pretty good, and the characters were great. I really enjoyed the way the story was told, it was great. The vampire was played by a great actor named Raul Julia. He was really creepy. The scenes where he was a vampire were pretty good. The actors who played the victims were also very good. The story was good, but there were some parts that were kind of confusing, like how the vampire killed the man in the beginning, and how the vampire kills the man's wife. Overall, I really enjoyed this movie. I think it was worth seeing. It was really good, and I recommend it. I give this movie an 8/10.
Saturday, 12 Sep 2020 04:16

This film is a shame-the special effects are extremely fake and it looks like it was shot on a personal computer. That said, it isn't a horrible movie at all and actually was rather interesting. Even if the effects aren't top-notch and the movie is a total rip-off of the R-rated B-horror classics, it's still a good time at the movies, because the movie's main plot and character development are quite well done. The plot revolves around a family who has been together for five generations. A man named Franck, played by Dominique Pinon, has always been the head of the family. His son is Christian, played by the brilliant Vincent Cassel, and his daughter is Cecile, played by the talented Rene Russo. As their grandfather Franck is dying, and a physician, Dr. Pauline (played by the mysterious Samantha Mathis) offers a blood transfusion from the dead. Franck insists and the doctor orders that the woman should receive a transfusion, but her husband won't agree and has arranged for a lawyer. While Pauline and Pauline's boyfriend travel in the next town, they meet Henri, played by the formidable Denis Menochet, who helps them find a blood donor. While going through the town, they find the town drunk uncle, Gabay, played by the obscure Jacques Nollet, who assists them. Also, they find out that the town doctor, Dr. Sylvain (played by the wonderful Laurent Fortier) is only interested in money, and isn't really interested in any of the patients. They decide to go to an isolated sanitarium in France to help Pauline, but they accidentally bring the uncle to the sanitarium. He is furious and they all decide to escape. Unfortunately, as they are escaping, Pauline and Pauline's boyfriend are attacked by the uncle. Later, Pauline finds a copy of a special doctor's note that has been written by the uncle and they go back to the sanitarium. In the sanitarium, Dr. Sylvain, played by the ferocious James Fenimore Cooper, tells them that he is going to perform a transfusion from a live donor, but he has been stopped and would be killed if he were to do it. Pauline sees a photo of a real blood donor, Dr. Alphonse (played by Paul Frees), and after this happens, Dr. Sylvain tries to kill Pauline and the others. Pauline escapes from the sanitarium with Paul Foster, who is played by the perfect Prince Hamlet. However, Pauline, Paul Foster, and Henri meet Dr. Menochet, played by the ridiculously funny Patrick McGoohan, who is a great doctor and also uses drugs. Dr. Menochet gives Pauline a brand new blood transfusion and Paul Foster goes to the doctor and tells him that the son and daughter are having problems with their daughter. However,

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