Traveling through the tunnel was such a long journey, but nothing to worry, it provides you a comfortable seat while enjoying the mystery and suspense throughout your trip.


This drama is about a dedicated detective who times travel and found himself in the year 2017 after chasing and failed to capture the serial killer.  He was stuck in the future and no way to return him to the 80’s unless he can solve the case and find the real murderer.

Tunnel offers you quite a lot of elements blended with crime mystery, suspense, action, comedic and love.  A strong and excellent characters portrayals by brilliant cast makes the drama more compelling and nail biting.   The plot is reasonably decent with a perfect delight of warmness and integrity.

Kudos to our hardworking detectives, I truly enjoyed the ride!


Verdict: 9/10

Stranger Things (Season 1)

“A love letter to the ’80s classics that captivated a generation, Stranger Things is set in 1983 Indiana, where a young boy vanishes into thin air. As friends, family and local police search for answers, they are drawn into an extraordinary mystery involving top-secret government experiments, terrifying supernatural forces and one very strange little girl.”

Stranger Things offer more than a suspense-mad story. It’s an engaging-addictive mystery that you would daintily want to see throughout the series. Yes, some elements are challenging to believe, but who cares, as long as the plot is creatively engaged, you wouldn’t mind at all.

I love Winona Ryder as Joyce Byers character, her acting was compelling and so much to believe. The kids played the vital role of the series as school-age heroes who are willing to save the day. But don’t let your kids watch this series without adult guidance because there are some inappropriate language, teens making out and violence disturbances.

Altogether, I love this show. It’s wonderfully done. Can’t wait for the season two because there are still some cases left unsolved and unanswered.

Verdict: 9/10


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The Village: Achiara’s Secret (K-drama 2015)


What you see is not always what you get. If you want to reveal a secret just make it sure you can handle them.

“Achiara is a small and peaceful village with nearly zero crime. One day, So-Yoon (Moon Geun-Young) arrives in Achiara. She will teach English at the local school. On her first day at work, she finds a buried body. So-Yoon and Police Officer Woo-Jae (Yook Sung-Jae) attempt to find the truth. As they get closer to the truth, the ugliness of the village is revealed.”

Verdict: 8/10



I was an avid fan of walking dead. I vastly followed them from Season 1-2 with all the blooded uproar reaction and excitement. I stopped watching the season 3 because I felt like I was tired of seeing similar old story. Then I skipped to season 4 and now, starting the 5.

I don’t know why I couldn’t just really stop watching this, maybe because walking dead offers adrenaline rush filled with tension, violence, righteous survival and blended emotions, and it is all my taste.

I hope this season can keep the same level of suspense and gore.