6 comments on ““Haunted 3D” (2011) – Hindi Ghost/ Horror

    • It really wasn’t terrible… that’s why I relented and gave it a passable 3 out of 5, but for me anyway, the 3D really ruined the experience.

      That’s a shame, as I usually watch the DVD release for such films because normally they strip all that away and let you watch a standard 2D version… just not this time. Still… if you want a Hindi ghost story that won’t give you terrible headaches… try “Rokkk” or “Phoonk” on for size… both pretty good films that most people outside of India have never even heard of.

  1. Cool, I will check these out. Never seen a hindi horror before EVER. though Ive seen lots of Thai and Japan horror.

    • Hehehe…. Hindi horror can be really good…. but it also can be sooo darn bad as well. It’s definitely an acquired taste. If you’ve never seen one before, start with something easy to get a grip on like “Phoonk” (Which I reviewed here at the Litterbox a while back…).

      Others that are easy for the non-Indian audience would be “Rokkk” and “Agyaat”, “Kaal”…. or even “Darna Mana Hai”, an anthology horror piece (Perhaps the least noteworthy of them, but probably easy to find a copy of).

    • Hmmm? I hadn’t noticed any direct similarities to any particular film, but the I always notice that hindi horror does like to “borrow” little plot bits from other films. The whole Time travel bit struck me as being right from the 1980 SciFi Romance “Somewhere in Time” starring Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour, but that’s an older film than 2005 so it can’t be the one you mean.

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