The Conjuring: Annabelle Doll Makeup Tutorial

My fav horror movie till date this year is definitely The Conjuring. This Halloween I'm going to show you how to makeup look like the Annabelle doll.

Sorry if the video scared you, but it supposed to be scary right? :) Hope you enjoy the video, good luck Click

‘Wild’ trailer released: Reese Witherspoon goes on epic journey in film based on Cheryl Strayed memoir

The first official trailer for the Oscar winner's upcoming drama "Wild" was released Thursday. The actress plays author Cheryl Strayed, who recounted her life-changing solo trek on the 1,100-mile Pacific Crest Trail in her popular 2012 memoir on which the film is based. Witherspoon's character endures snow, loneliness and bloodied feet as she makes the scenic yet treacherous journey, which she undertakes in the wake of losing her beloved mother (played by Laura Dern) and splitting from her husband (Michiel Huisman).

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Along the way, Strayed braves the wilderness and meets fellow travelers on a journey that helps her find closure with her wild past, which includes extramarital affairs and heroin use.
"Here are some questions I've been asking myself," Cheryl says in the trailer. "What if I forgive myself? What if I was sorry?"

​"But if I could go back in time, I wouldn't do a single thing differently," she adds.Strayed had high praise for Witherspoon's performance, tweeting Thursday that "I'm so excited for you all to see it. @RWitherspoon gives a stunningly beautiful performance."

Honorary Doctorate for A.R.Rahman!

Oscar winning Indian Music Director A.R.Rahman who is currently proving his skills even in the Hollywood, will now be getting a Honorary Doctorate from the Berklee College of Music.The award has been conferred to him recognising his twenty dedicative years to the Music industry.Mozart of Madras has said "I'm deeply moved to receive an honorary doctorate from such a distinguished school which has contributed so much to the world of music".

A grand ceremony well be held on 24th October in Boston USA to felicitate him the doctorate award.It is also reported that the college will also be opening a Scholarship Program to attract Students from India to join the music college.

Velai Illa Pattathari Movie Review

Staring : Dhanush, Amala Paul, Samuthirakani, Saranya Ponvannan, Sathish

Velai Illa Pattathari, an action comedy is superstar Dhanush's 25th movie. The movie is directed by debutante Velraj, who is known as one of the most accomplished cinematographers, he even won the Filmfare award for his cinematography in Dhanush's 2011 hit "Aadukalam ". Dhanush has also turned producer for the venture, while director Velraj has written script of the movie.

Amala Paul is cast in the role of leading lady opposite Dhanush in the movie. Vivek, Samuthirakani and Saranya Ponvannan will be seen in supporting roles. The music is composed by Anirudh Ravichander , the composer of the superhit song "Kolavari", sung by Dhanush. Now, let us take a look at the story and the movie review.

Velai Illa Pattathari movie deals with issues the youth is facing these days. The movie takes a satirical take at the rising unemployment which has frustrated youth and is driving them towards despair. The movie portrays how individuals are struggling to find job which they love to do, the effects of unemployment on the life and other aspects of day to day life.

Velraj has done a great job in his debut. Velai Illa Pattathari is made with intelligence and skill, with proper amount of comedy used without overkilling it. The social issues such as unemployment are used sensitively and economically. The flow and the rhythm of the movie is also very good.

Undoubtedly, Dhanush is the star of the movie and he once again delivers a splendid performance. His expressions, emotions and dialogues aptly portray angst, frustration and disappointment of his character. The rest of the star cast has also done a great job in supporting him. The music by Anirudh is also very good.

Verdict : Commercial Entertainer

Review:​ 3.5/5

Watch: ‘Hercules’ Trailer Showcases Dwayne Johnson Slaying Monsters

Having endured his legendary twelve labors, Hercules, the Greek demigod, has his life as a sword-for-hire tested when the King of Thrace and his daughter seek his aid in defeating a tyrannical warlord.

Director: Brett Ratner
Writers: Ryan Condal (screenplay), Evan Spiliotopoulos(screenplay), 1 more credit »
Stars: Dwayne Johnson, John Hurt, Ian McShane

Vaalu Official Trailer - Simbu (STR) Latest Movie

Endhiran 2 confirmed - Amir khan joins as Villain with Super Star Rajini kanth

The sources say that Rajni has signed a contract to act in the movie according to the source another actor is also signed in this project. Endhiran was a Sci-Fi action movie released on 2010 and it has made a huge profit.

And the director of the movie Shankar has recently completed the script for it sequel and said to Rajni. At first Rajni was hesitant to act in the movie due to his health condition. After that many rumors were around the movie stating that Ajith Kumar or Aamir Khan might be acting in the movie.

And now the latest news is Amir will be acting along with Rajini as villain role. So it is confirmed now that Rajni will be acting in Endiran 2.

Lifetime Achievement FilmFare Award 2014 - Balu Mahendra

Kamal Haasan  presents the Lifetime Achievement Award to Balu Mahendra. Akila Amma receiving it.

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Kamal Haasan and gorgeous PoojaKumar at Filmfare

Rajinikanth and Amir Khan Joins for Endhiran 2

Fans be ready to mindblown, There is currently a huge buzz going around that Enthiran 2 with Superstar and Director Shankar could feature Bollywood star Aamir Khan. It’s already known fact that Director Shankar and Superstar will re-unite for Endhiran 2 which is expected to be produced by Reliance Entertainment.

Now numerous reports indicate that Shankar has roped in Aamir Khan into this illustrious project, A.R.Rahman will score the music for this sequel as well. Our guess is Aamir Khan would play the antagonist role in the movie. It’s worth mentioning that Endhiran is till date the most successful ever made in Kollywood.

An official announcement on Endhiran 2 is expected to be made soon.

Thala 55 (Sathya) Ajith Latest Stills !

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'Vijay 58' - A never seen before visual treat ahead

Ilayathalapathy Vijay is currently working in A R Murugadoss’s Kaththi after which he will join Chimbu Devan’s team for his next. The genre of the film is said to be fantasy, that is very typical of the director. Shruti Haasan, Hansika, Sridevi and Kicha Sudeep will also be on board this project.

Soon cinematographer/actor Nutty aka Nataraj will be on a location hunt for the film with director Chimbu Devan. The team is keen to shoot in unexplored picturesque locales in India and will be visiting places in many states for this purpose. They will be going to Dalhousie in Himachal Pradesh which is a favorite haunt with Bollywood. Other places include Chamba Valley in Madhya Pradesh, Satara and other scenic locales across South India.

The film is said to go on floors next month. Looks like we are in for a real visual treat, never seen before!

Here is wishing Chimbu Devan and Vijay a grand success in their endeavor!

For Rajamouli and Not For Prabhas

'Mirchi' is the alone film with Prabhas as hero that has done considerable business of above Rs. 40 Crores at BO. Other than this, there is no film from Young Rebel Star which could make it into Top 10 Tollywood grossers. Then is it the name of Prabhas alone that is helping 'bahubali' to do mind blowing pre release business nearly one year before the release. Yes, analysts feel that the combinational factor of Prabhas, Rana, Anushka and primarily Rajamouli is the reason behind Dil Raju giving a bumper offer of Rs.25 Crores to bag the distribution rights for Nizam and that too for only first installment.

Same kind of business response is seen even for other areas and this makes 'bahubali' one of the best sellers of this season. If the same trend of hype continues with more promotional videos on the way in coming days, entire world cinema might have to turn their hands looking at the business potentiality of Indian regional cinema.

Actress Sridevi Pose for Ulaganayagan!

Kamal & Sridevi

Exclusive - Rajini to hang from the top for Lingaa ?

Everything about Lingaa is a headline. Each minute update of Superstar on his possible look for the film, his dual roles and the film's locations are all known by now. But WWM has managed to go beyond the woods to get hold of some classified information from the film.

From trusted sources close to the Lingaa team, we hear that Superstar Rajinikanth is said to go on a heist for a very expensive diamond from a jewellery exhibition. He wants the 'nature's beauty' for an important reason which would be an integral part of the film. This particular sequence is believed to be 20 minutes long, adding some nail biting experience to the narration.

Will Rajini go the Hollywood style (hanging from the top) to have a grab on the precious diamond ? Let's wait to watch our Thalaivar beating gravity to pull off one of the biggest on-screen robberies ever.

The American (2010) - Traveling Man With Few Words and a Big Gun

Directed by Anton Corbijn; written by Rowan Joffe, based on the novel “A Very Private Gentleman,” by Martin Booth; di- rector of photography, Martin Ruhe; edit- ed by Andrew Hulme; music by Herbert Grönemeyer; production designer, Mark Digby; costumes by Suttirat Anne Lar- larb; produced by Anne Carey, Jill Green, Ann Wingate, Grant Heslov and George Clooney; released by Focus Features. Running time: 1 hour 45 minutes.
George Clooney

WITH: George Clooney (Jack/Edward), Thekla Reuten (Mathilde), Paolo Bona- celli (Father Benedetto), Violante Placido (Clara) and Johan Leysen (Pavel).

The Double Hour (2009) - Romance or Film Noir? Both, and a Thrille

Directed by Giuseppe Capotondi; written by Alessandro Fabbri, Ludovica Rampoldi and Stefano Sardo; director of photography, Tat Radcliffe; edited by Guido Notari; music by Pasquale Catalano; production design by Totoi Santoro; costumes by Roberto Chiocchi; produced by Nicola Giuliano and Francesca Cima; released by Samuel Goldwyn Films. In Italian, with English subtitles. Running time: 1 hour 35 minutes. This film is not rated.

WITH: Ksenia Rappoport (Sonia), Filippo Timi (Guido), Antonia Truppo (Margherita), Gaetano Bruno (Riccardo), Fausto Russo Alesi (Bruno), Michele Di Mauro (Dante),
Lucia Poli (Marisa) and Giorgio Colangeli (Old Priest).

Who’s That Knocking at My Door? (Korean) 2007

aka:  Ju-su-ji-e-seon geon-jim chi-ta
Year: 2007
Directed: Hae-hun Yang
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Runtime: 01:28:11
Country: Korea
Language: Korean
Subtitles: English/Korean
Cast: Ji-kyu Lim, Sang-woo Pyo, So-si Yun, Ji-yeon Lim (1984), Sung-ha Cho
IMDb: None
Synopsis / Plot
A young loner, Je-hwi (Ji-kyu Lim) was tormented by a classmate named Pyo in high school.

Now a young adult, Je-hwi begins to open up after meeting Jang-hee (So-shi Yun), his girlfriend.
However, a revenge plot he had hatched against Pyo with a stranger he met over the internet, begins to grow way out of control, with cruel and unpredictable results.

Splinter - Definitely give the 80 mins or so to this one!

This extremely underrated creature feature follows a couple on a romantic getaway who are taken hostage by an escaped convict and his girlfriend who are in need of a vehicle. When their car tire bursts over a mysterious spiked creature, they make their way to a petrol station, only to be trapped inside, fighting for their lives against the parasitic splintered creature who can take control of any life form, living or dead.

This absolute GEM definitely caught me off guard and has solidified itself as one of my favourites in the last 10 years. It's like a modern day version of The Thing only without mystery or build up. This dives straight into the survival horror action. Shea Wingam is a treat to watch as always, now more popular for his work on the MASTERFUL Boardwalk Empire. Though this does suffer from horror movie convenience, where a particular character will have a quirk or skill that can aid them greatly in the scenario, it doesn't shit all over it like most horror films do. The creature in this is highly original and can be cringeworthy in it's violence which is always crucial for a creature/body horror movie. Acting and practical effects are top notch and it legit has you on edge throughout. Definitely give the 80 mins or so to this one!

The Signal (2007) - Dir. David Bruckner, Dan Bush & Jacob Gentry

Told in three parts from three perspectives and somewhat reminiscent of Charlie Brooker's, Black Mirror, The Signal follows a group of people who are trying to survive against psychotic and mentally deranged lunatics who have been affected by a mysterious signal that has taken over televisions, phones and radios.

Each story is interconnected by a different transmission that goes out. The over all feeling is an intense horror-thriller but each chapter becomes it's own genre; The first is a typical, gory zombie horror, the second is a very odd, dead-pan, dark comedy and the third is a post-apocalyptic love story; each directed by different people. All three segments are brilliantly done and stand on their own; it's a clever way to split up each point of view by having it a completely different world to each person, due to being somewhat effected by the signal. I believe this has some love over in the US among the independent circle but it's pretty much completely unknown here. It did get an Irish release direct to DVD but it didn't expand much further which is a shame, by all accounts an engaging, intense, brilliantly written and acted horror film chocked full of skull smashing violence and legitimately interesting characters. And without a doubt the fucking weirdest party of all time.

Bug (2006) - one of the more bizarre films

Another film set almost entirely in one location, this paranoid psychological horror follows the always incredible Michael Shannon as he plays a war veteran with severe PTSD who strikes up a romance with a woman in a motel, gradually becoming more unstable, he realises there is an infestation of bugs in their room, which he believes is part of a conspiracy by the US government. He brings the woman into his paranoid world as he tries to cling on to his sanity while trying to exterminate the bugs.
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Easily one of the more bizarre films on my list, but DEFINITELY not the most. Tracy Letts wrote the screenplay and the play in which it is based on, that also has Michael Shannon in the lead role (I bet it was incredible!) which he reprises in this. Ashley Judd and Harry Connick Jr. provide what I consider to be the supporting cast as Shannon absolutely owns this role with his legit looking insanity. He is one of the best actors out there who can pull off being a fucking mentalist well. Despite the outlandish plot, it's very much a political piece about the treatment of veterans and the experimentation that might have gone on during the wars. Rather than atmosphere or scares, this relies on pure psychological terror, though it has some very violent scenes, it's power comes from the blurred line of reality and imagination.

Maléfique (2002) - Dir. Eric Valette

Set entirely in a prison cell, a new inmate finds an ancient book hidden behind a loose brick in the wall beside his bed. It contains passages of evil black magic that himself and his cellmates believe can help them escape. But unbeknownst to them, they have unlocked a greater evil.

A very interesting concept held together strongly by an eerie atmosphere and some truly fucked characters. One is a mentally challenged, child-like psychopath who ate his infant sister, another is a transgender man who is presumably a murderer/rapist and the last is a seemingly well together man who brutally murdered his wife in a burst of temporary insanity. Our protagonist should really not be near these lunatics as he is in purely for fraud. The acting in this great and the effects were top notch for what it was. It's clearly a low budget film as they confined it almost entirely to that prison cell. It does get a bit unnecessarily convoluted in the last 20 minutes or so, and a particular obvious moment at the end is driven home in such a way that it ALMOST spoils the film, but I think the effective first 3/4 of the film make up for that. A nice rarity I'd recommend seeking out if you can!