Susanto Sen

Susanto Sen
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As a bibliophile, I love to collect non-fiction books, My non-fiction interests are mainly philosophy, spirituality, and some bit of statistics. Other interests are movies and television media.
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A nanny is called to tend to a seven year old boy who is but a doll. She begins to be haunted after ignoring her strict responsibilities towards it.
An author moves into a mansion he inherits from his deceased aunt. Soon, his missing son and paranormal activity within the house begin to haunt him.
“Which came first: the chicken or the egg? A better surrogate of this arises when the chicken and egg are respectively replaced by God and man. And then, answering it would suddenly seem greatly relevant for today’s generation...”
Partial truths live in the neighbourhood of truth and, therefore, delude many. These partial truths become more dreadful than whole lies as mediocre minds are incapable of filtering the truth out of them. Rationalising with those having half-baked minds, incapable of discrimination, i...
Movies of Sandalwood are often romantic dramas and action thrillers. And now, there has been a herald of science fiction. Just that, pushing the science of medical science in the backdrop, this has become more of a psychological fiction than a science fiction. And to expel the sophist...
When there is a beginning, there is also an end. But when one sees no end, then he is most certainly in a vicious circle. This vicious circle is what binds one in a stereotypical plane that the deliverance from it becomes inevitable. To shatter this inevitability supplies the goal of ...
Since the Amityville concept is adapted from true history, filmmakers have tried to exploit and extrapolate it into making horror movies that could captivate as real stories. But being the eleventh Amityville movie in line, the ‘Amityville Asylum’ has only managed to present a nov...
What is the catch to fat men playing cricket? The catch is only a sham. The fact is that cricket is not so much a sport as it is a game… a game of flukes and mischances. That’s why fatter men flourish in cricket, but not football, not hockey, and not basketball. Read why.
“No one knew me when I ran for the country. But now that I have become a bandit, everyone chants my name.” These harrowing words of an Indian athlete Paan Singh Tomar still twitch the heart. The state of sports in India has been all but tragic and the Indian films can only brood o...
Nailbiter is a supposedly horror movie which even tries to garner some emotions of a tragedy. With a new cast and crew, this movie is perhaps a modest attempt of a horror movie. Read on.
This is a poem I have written in praise of Saturn.
What can be the reason for the end of the world? Is it an alien attack or a war of transformers? Or is it something more realistic like a struggle of our own kind. The most evident reason of now for the depletion of the world seems to be population explosion. It is this potential drea...
Don't be Afraid of the Dark is a horror movie that is not a stereotype. It is a story of a little girl's rendezvous with certain wily mythical creatures which have been apparently living in her mansion house. What horror could these little mythical creatures and a little girl as a pro...
We know the Newton’s third law of action having equal and opposite reaction. Similarly, there is also the law of Karma which is Newton’s third law engulfing all living beings. Like Newton’s third law, the law of Karma can only be observed but not proven, yet both are equally log...
The Evil Dead (2013) is a remake of the Evil Dead (1981). It is the story of five youngsters who head towards a cabin where they end up as victims of a terrible demoniac possession. This review of the new Evil Dead compares it with the original Evil Dead of 1981.
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