After the successful mystery series Wayward Pines (2015-2016), M. Night Shyamalan has now ventured into another series; this time with the support of Tony Basgallop (Hotel Babylon (2006-2009); Berlin Station (2017)) and Apple. The result is Servant, which has been shown on Apple TV+ since the end of November. And one thing in advance: The... Continue Reading →
Halloween is just around the corner and you're probably wondering which horror movie to watch this year. There are so many creepy movies out there and it's really hard to find the really good ones among them. No, not again watching Friday the 13th, Halloween or A Nightmare on Elm Street (original or remake)... That's... Continue Reading →
Quentin Tarantino's new film shines with its outstanding actors and uses the medium as an effective remedy against historical trauma. A slightly different Tarantino No shootings, no blood fountains, no rampant violence - a Tarantino for tame minds? Not quite. One by one: If you know the realistic background of the story (Manson Family), you... Continue Reading →
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004) is not only the best Harry Potter film adaptation, but one of the most successful literary film adaptations of all time. The praise is universal: The film ranks at No. 471 in Empire magazine's 2008 list of the 500 greatest movies of all time, and IGN designated the movie as... Continue Reading →
There are many talented directors. But very few are immortal - immortal good. I often thought about the best directors for me and finally came to a conclusion: The trio of the enfant terrible of modern film. Who belongs to this trio? The answer can be found below.
All Quantic Dream productions are ambitious and of high quality. But there are also many other video games that are ambitious and of high quality. So, what makes Fahrenheit, Heavy Rain, Beyond Two Souls and Detroit: Become Human better? The answer lies in these two words: interactive storytelling!
Waiting for the Playstation 5 (PS5) is getting more and more impatient: rumours are spreading, but so are the facts. We've gathered everything that's known about the new Sony console here. Right away: It is confirmed that the console will not be launched on the market in 2019.
M. Night Shyamalan's The Village (2004) has become a classic, a classic of American cinema. It's one of these rare films which get better and better over time. The film is not only a masterpiece of the old film school in terms of atmopshere, style and characters, but also thematizes timeless, especially American themes.
It is desire that leads to suffering, because it can never be completely satisfied. In times of forced consumption within the framework of liberal capitalist values such as competition, rivalry and ambition, an alternative attitude must be devised. People who are addicted to desire must find their way back to dignity, to a proud life of healthy humility. The thoughts of the film director Sokurov and the philosophers Schopenhauer and Voltaire are particularly helpful here.