Surprising new horror video games 2019

With the phenomenally good remake of Resident Evil 2 the horror gaming year 2019 started extremely spectacular. And there are even more big horror blockbuster like Days Gone (April 26, 2019). But also many smaller horror games are coming. Discover some surprising new horror video games for this year. You won't be disappointed. 1/ Layers of Fear 2... Continue Reading →

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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 →

Halloween special – Don’t Breathe

It's Halloween folks and we all know what that means. I am too old for trick-or-treating, I am too lazy for a costume party and I don't play many horror themed video games, so only option for me is a horror movie. Before even starting writing this article, I had a few ideas for an article... Continue Reading →

Rambo: Last Blood – fight against time

It is hard to believe that there are now five Rambo movies and four sequels to First Blood, a movie that I would call an “anti-action movie”: main character John Rambo didn't kill anybody directly and didn't want to kill anybody. The best scene is John's final breakdown in tears and I wont even try... Continue Reading →

It: Chapter Two / Review

It (or It: Chapter One) was one of the most surprising movies of 2017, I honestly didn’t expect it to be as good as it was and that’s saying a lot. I was nervous from depiction of Pennywise, child actors, possible reliance on CGI and unbearable eighties nostalgia. To see that I was wrong on... Continue Reading →

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