The mini-series revolves around Harmesh (Sid Makkar) and Soumili (Nyra Banerjee). They are couples going to buy a house in Corvid’s head. Eventually, they become the focal point of all the paranormal action. The place is filled with peril that they’re surely not prepared for. The house sold out cheap because of the paranormal activity.
Barun Rai (Priyanshu Chatterjee), a parapsychologist who is an expert in the paranormal. He tries to help the other experts and police officers in situations where there is no unmistakable suspect and the conditions are incomprehensible. He is asked to come to the little town of Corvid’s Head by Jenny Jones (Emma Galliano). Many suicides have been happening with practically no noticeable explanation or clarification. So, Jenny feels that there is something seriously wrong. And believes that Barun’s extraordinary skills are need of an hour.
The neighborhood minister, Father Paul (Tony Richardson), and his tutor (David Bailie), have a little information about the paranormal activity. They have endeavored to battle this abhorrent a few times before but failed to solve it.
Now, They have one final chance to save the occupants of this town. Before the spirit in the house turns out to be strong, they need to stop. Maybe with the assistance of Barun, they can effectively accomplish this.
What do the critics say about this mini-series? Everyone expected Barun Rai and the house on the cliff will give a spine-shivering experience. But to be honest, center thought is generally the same as other boring horror movies or series. The director, Sam Bhattacharjee, has attempted poorly. The screenplay by writer Sara Bodinar was average.
However, you might get somewhat frightened on several occasions. Generally, the sluggish speed and the screenplay going out of control to make you can’t help thinking about why they are shrinking away from the real issue. The assumptions will settle the secret and end the repulsiveness in an old hat way. The music is crooked with the title track during the episodes are not sufficient.
Sam BhataCharjee’s attempt in the horror genre “Barun Rai and the house on the cliff” is not up to the mark. Audiences aren’t satisfied with the story and screenplay. They also comment that the plot is weak, and the animations/graphics are lame. Priyanshu Chatterjee is appreciated for his acting, but the series isn’t great.