4 Positive Things About The Last Airbender

The action-adventure fantasy film The Last Airbender (2010) is M. Night Shyamalan's most critizised work. Of course, the movie has flaws, like some bad, statuesque actors (except Noah Ringer, whose performance is decent), wooden, underdeveloped dialogues and a story problem. But I have always thought that the film has never deserved this wave of total... Continue Reading →

New Mass Effect Game: Andromeda 2 Revelations – Details And Interview With Developers

Long years of anticipation and speculation have finally ended, Mass Effect series will return with a new title called Mass Effect Andromeda 2 Revelations. So, let’s see what the video game developers Casey Hudson and Mac Walters have to say. Here is the transcribed interview with these two gentlemen! Filmspiel: Good morning Mr. Hudson and... Continue Reading →

What happened to “found-footage” genre?

The year was 2007 and Paranormal Activity was just released into cinemas, to a massive success. Three years later Paranormal Activity 2 was released, and entire franchise was later built with prequel, spin-off and two more sequels. Around that time (2007-2015) found-footage genre basically ruled the horror cinema. Several horror movies of varying quality were... Continue Reading →

Thoughts on M. Night Shyamalan’s The Visit

[Spoiler possible] The Visit is a special film for its director and screenwriter M. Night Shyamalan: On the one hand it brought him an artistic and critical comeback, on the other hand it gave him a new, fresh style. Not to mention that it is Shyamalan's only found-footage movie! Shyamalan remains true to himself and... Continue Reading →

Terminator – Post Mortem

There is no way other saying it: Terminator as a franchise is pretty much dead and I can not see itself ever return in any form what so ever (or at least I hope that's the case), I don't mean to gloat and proudly proclaim that I was correct about my Terminator: Dark Fate predictions.... Continue Reading →

Melting down the Ice Age

First Ice Age released in 2002 is one of my favorite animated movies and alongside with its sequel Ice Age: The Meltdown (2006) and only two movies from this franchise I actually enjoy. Ice Age is still a very good animated movie, three well defined and characterized characters, interesting premise, combination of emotional scenes with... Continue Reading →

Birth of “action-fantasy”

There are many articles written about John Wick movies that concentrate on the world-building of these three movies and more upcoming spin-offs, sequels and even a TV show. John Wick is revolutionary in many ways and yet it pays a homage to previous cinematic works (Asian action cinema, westerns and black-and-white movies). The John Wick... Continue Reading →

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