Jessica Jones (Season 2) Review: The Return Of The Damaged Goddess

If you say with great power, comes great responsibility, I swear I will throw up on you. Marvel’s Jessica Jones is one of Netflix’s finest shows. After a very intense first season, Netflix returned with the season 2 on this Women’s Day. This Jessica has been reoriented and reinterpreted for Continue Reading

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017) Review ― An Engaging Drama That is Anything But Shy

In a time so relevant to the safety of women in workplaces and the dismantling of the culture of harassment and abuse so systematically in place, The Time’s Up movement made it’s foothold on Hollywood strongly and gained admirers and critics alike. The deafening arguments around the defence of the Continue Reading

Annihilation (2018) Review – A Wild, Trippy Sci-Fi Ride into the Shimmer

  Coming straight to Netflix for the international audience, the first thought after watching Alex Garland’s Annihilation is the regret of not watching it in the theatre. This is, of course, after you have been consumed by the exhilarating soundtrack and are shaken by the terrifying plot. After Ex Machina, Continue Reading

The New Wave of Political Satire — An Interview with Julian Radlmaier

For admirers of Buñuel and Godard, Julian Radlmaier’s brand of cinema should feel right at home while also offering a fresh take on well-trodden subjects. This new experimental filmmaker, based in Berlin, has impressed festival audiences and critics alike with his debut feature Self-Criticism of a Bourgeois Dog (which we have Continue Reading

Tomb Raider (2018) – A Masterclass in Why Video Games Should Stay Video Games

The thing with video games is that they are more reliant on visuals and playability than they are about the stories they tell. That’s not to say that there haven’t been exceptions to this rule, but in a broader spectrum, this applies as a master rule. The issue with this, Continue Reading

Archiving the Subconscious — An Interview with Jay Rosenblatt

The name Jay Rosenblatt hardly needs any introduction for those who take a keen interest in the world of short and experimental filmmaking. This San Francisco-based found footage filmmaker has been capturing the imagination of his viewers through his hypnotic and thought-provoking collection of films that have won numerous awards Continue Reading

Daniel Day-Lewis : Madness to his Method ― A Farewell Tribute

Sir Daniel Michael Blake Day-Lewis is an actor who was born on 29th April 1957 to poet Cecil Day-Lewis and actress Jill Balcon in Kensington, London. Daniel Day-Lewis (referred as DDL at times henceforth) is one of the best actors to have ever graced films, period. In my very limited Continue Reading

The Projection Room’s Oscar Predictions 2018 — Who Will Win?

It is that time of the year again. When the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences honours the best achievements made in the film industry the past year with the prestigious Oscar award. 2017 has been particularly impressive regarding the huge number of excellent films it has produced, ensuring Continue Reading