Vishnu Vardhanon 4th Feb 2013, 10:16am | Permalink
Hi, Considering that the film was made in 7.5 lakhs and it was written, shot and released within one month, this film is a path breaking film for the Telugu film industry. Also, except for very few things, there is really nothing in comparison with BWP. I am happy that these film makers at least acknowledged their references in the end credits. Kudos to Case 666 team
The Telugu film industry is slowly but surely making way for a new genre of cinema. Small of budget and brave of spirit, in the recent times, this genre has given us diamonds of the first water, like Midhunam and Routine Love Story. If horror stories (not intentionally, believe you us) like Bus Stop and Mythri also get through, well, experimentation is all about trials and errors.
Case No. 666 is a rather uncomfortable kind of mediocre. The mediocrity comes not from the insipidity of content, but from the way the idea of found footage is dealt with. The squirm factor of found fo....