From the Daily Dot
In the Netflix import Ghoul, Nida (Radhika Apte), a loyal young interrogator working for the Indian government, is assigned to a covert facility where suspected terrorists and anti-government activists are held and questioned. While there are a number of Western players involved, Ghoul is nevertheless very much an Indian film, steeped in local ethnic and political struggles and specifically targeted to criticize blind loyalty to the Indian government and its policies. With only three 45-minute episodes, Ghoul is a bite-sized horror treat that blends Thing-style paranoia and terror with a very personal story of one woman coming to terms with her choices and the price her loved ones paid for them. If you're a horror fan, don't let the subtitles scare you – let Ghoul do that itself.