13B
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Director Vikram explores the possibilities for terror when the television becomes aware of the power it holds over the average family, and decides that it's time to take control. In a world that never sleeps, the only source of relaxation for many is the household television. Previously just another appliance like the refrigerator or oven, the television of the 21st century is thought by many to reveal the hierarchy of the family; whoever controls the television remote controls the family. But what happens when the television becomes sentient and decides that it's time for a change?… More

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"Despite its near-total absence of subtlety, bloated running time and, yes, even the inclusion of a couple of out-of-place musical sequences -- does manage to change to a relatively new channel."
‑ Laura Kern, New York Times
"J-horror-styled supernatural thriller from India doesn't have the gore or intensity of the real thing, and for many in the mainstream, that's a relief. Low-budget-looking but effective, with a great central gimmick."
‑ Frank Lovece, Film Journal International
"There's a disarmingly benign, albeit decidedly precious, charm to the film."
‑ Simon Abrams, New York Press
"A rare example of a flat-out Indian horror movie [that] borrows liberally from The Amityville Horror playbook and familiar Asian horror tropes, but the haunted soap opera is a new wrinkle."
‑ Maitland McDonagh, Miss FlickChick
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