Why American Gods is unlike anything you’ve ever seen

As a child I was unfathomably addicted to stories by Jules Verne, the early 19th century science fiction writer whose vision was unparalleled relative to the time-period he had lived in. In a time when mankind was still experimenting with rudimentary versions of the automobile by attaching heavy combustion engines to horse carriages, Verne’s works…

A Death in the Gunj | Guest Review | Ankita Chaudhuri

The movie ends. The credits roll by. A whole auditorium of movie goers keeps sitting in silence. A minute later few of them get up and start leaving, still silent. There is hardly any of the frivolity that we generally associate with a group of people leaving a theatre after having watched a “good” movie….

3 things that DC did right with Wonder Woman | Gal Gadot | Chris Pine

Millenia later when our descendants would have inherited a fragile Earth from us, scrounging for resources and barely having enough to live they would remember about the great war their ancestors had fought – a war which had divided humanity, as they clashed against their brothers to prove allegiance to god-like characters who existed only…