3 A.M. The Hour Of The Dead (2014) Hindi Movie Review | 8 Critic Reviews | Rannvijay Singh, Anindita Nayar

cast:

Rannvijay Singh, Salil Acharya, Kavin Dave, Anindita Nayar

direction:

3 AM (2014) PosterVishal S Mahadkar

story:

Vishal S Mahadkar

screenplay:

Vishal S Mahadkar

dialogue:

Sanjay Masoom

cinematography:

Vijay Mishra

music:

Raju Singh

produced by:

Essel Vision Production, Handprint Pictures

language:

Hindi

Weird Aggregate Rating 3 A.M The Hour Of The Dead 3.3/10genre:

Horror

release date:

26-September-2014
run time:
110 Minutes


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  •  Bollywood Hungama -Taran Adarsh Rating-3
It has always been known that life exists across parallel yet different plains, but the most intriguing being the plain that houses the realm of the spirit world. For ages, man has been engaged in the never ending quest of finding and proving that such a realm exists, with reports from every corner

  •  Deccan Chronicle -Kaushani Banerjee Rating-4
Director Vishal Mahadkar's second outing may not be a sequel, but it uses the same old notes to scare us. Creaking doors, moaning voices, dark woods, deserted mills, red eyes, and black magic. The techniques used are so predictable that instead of instilling horror, it is massively mirth inducing.

  •  Koimoi -Mohar Basu Rating-4
A journalist writing a story on Mumbai’s Rudra Mills is mysteriously found hanging there at 3AM and till morning even after the police has reached, and her screaming fiancé makes a dramatic entry she is still there hanging. I am sure it was a very difficult shot to shoot but it was a needless

  •  Rediff -Nishi Tiwari Rating-3
This year has been particularly eventful in Hindi movies’ horror genre. Kicking off with the rather unambiguously named Darr@ the Mall that released in February, as many as seven horror films have hit the marquee so far. While Sunny Leone-starrer Ragini MMS 2 scored decently

  •  Mumbai Mirror -Rahul Desai Rating-4
The success of Raaz 12 years ago ushered in an era of a mutant genre: The Musical Horror. Apart from Broadway or unless your name is Tim Burton, I don't see how these two mutually exclusive genres can be combined effectively, which is why one is hard pressed to remember a quality spine-chilling

  •  Book My Show -Simran Sandhu Rating-2
3 A.M. does not scare you as much as it makes you laugh. The movie is a laugh-riot. 3 A.M. keeps getting more confusing with every passing minute. There is romance, comedy, action and drama. 3 A.M. suits better as a parody rather than a horror movie. On a serious note, this is not the

  •  Indiaglitz -Vishal Verma Rating-3
Majorly spoofy and occasionally spooky tribute to Vikram Bhatt school of horror on Panormal Activity principles also leaving an application to be Ghost Hunters disciples (the discovery channel series) Vishal Mahadkar’s ‘3 A.M.’ is predictable for horror genre enthusiasts, frightening for those

  •  Sify -Sonia Chopra Rating-4
The title refers to a time, supposedly a demonic one, when ghosts are at their most active. At the film's beginning, we are shown stats to back this up, including a statement that says Jesus was crucified at this deadly hour. Then we see our protagonist Sunny (Rannvijay Singh) recounting

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3.3/10 rating from
Reviews: 8.