Love, Death, and Robots: A more perfect anthology never existed

Only a few works can be compared to the new release of Netflix titled as Love, Death, and Robots. It was expected that a series produced by David Fincher and

Interested in creative writing? Check out these two books

Books are a uniquely portable magic. The wordsmiths who write magical books are not entirely God gifted individuals. Their writing prowess is in fact, result of intense work ethic and

Russian Doll: The Perfect Weekend Binge

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. A cynical person is compelled to relive a certain day in repeat, over and over again and stuck in a time loop.

The Three Colors Trilogy: A series of masterpieces from Krzysztof Kieslowski

Blue, White, Red. Liberty, equality, fraternity. Chronologically these are the three colours of the French flag and the national motto of the French Republic. But these six words have a

How Cartoon Network has grown over the years

There’s no denying that Cartoon Network has been the cornerstone of our childhood. It was that one TV channel many of us couldn’t wait to watch. The current generation might

That '70s Show: The criminally underrated sitcom you need to binge.

“Hello, Wisconsin!” If those words do not ring any bell to you, chances are you have never watched “That ’70s Show”. For those who are unfamiliar with this sitcom, here

A Noob’s guide to the horror universe

You know the weekend is just around the corner when you’re mindlessly staring at that desktop calendar and daydreaming about what to binge-watch on Netflix or getting that much-needed good

Komola rocket: the floating montage of misery, lust and greed

Komola Rocket, the Bangladeshi drama film entirely shot in a vintage steamer, has landed on Netflix earlier this year. As a ferry vessel enthusiast, the film was a long overdue

Alita: Battle Angel is exemplary, not revolutionary

Days up to Alita’s release has been surprisingly underhyped considering that it’s an adaptation from a manga classic. Mangas such as Death Note and Ghost in the Shell, that has

The Beatles doesn’t exist...in the movie ‘Yesterday’

‘Yesterday’, the Danny Boyle movie due this June, is about a world where ‘The Beatles’ doesn’t exist. By the looks of its first trailer, the musical-comedy promises to rock. Directed

Bangladeshi graphic novels: 5 essential reads

Graphic novel is a wonderful medium where art and literature interplays. Often deemed as a pulpy and lesser creative form, graphic novels have gained momentum in the past 20 years

"Fagun Haway" explores 1952 in a new light with brilliant storytelling

“রাষ্ট্রভাষা বাংলা চাই, বাংলা চাই, বাংলা চাই!” – We sat there in the theatre with goosebumps, mesmerized how a scene with people shouting words could be so simple yet so