Lord of the Rings is finally getting a long-awaited sequel, that will answer all fan favorite questions like: “What is life in Middle-Earth after Mordor fell?” or “Will Aragorn be able to counter a financial crisis, that is ruining Gondor?”. So far, no roles have been cast, but we can expect that some actors will reprise their roles from the original and the Hobbit trilogy. As far as we know all three best fantasy directors have been signed to direct these three movies.
According to reliable Hollywood sources, M. Night Shyamalan is working on a sequel to his successful 1999 film that brought him worldwide fame: The Sixht Sense. Shooting is scheduled to start in September 2019. But the biggest surprise: Shyamalan has brought another film icon to his side to master this colossal project.
During the last week I was browsing Steam for some new games and I found out that Total War games were heavily discounted. After some thoughts I decided to purchase Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia. Although I heard some polarizing opinions (from it really sucks to it's fine) about this game I thought to myself:... Continue Reading →
Universal artist David Lynch is regarded as one of the best film directors of the late 20th century and early 21st century. For example, the renowned British newspaper The Guardian named him the best director of all time. It's high time to introduce Lynch's 10 feature films and to establish a daring ranking from best to “worst”. But can one even speak of "worst" when talking about David Lynch's films?
DLCs (Downloadable Content) became a swearword in recent years thanks to greedy gaming companies (such as EA, Konami etc.), but also gamers themselves, because people are actually buying these dammed things. But there was a time where DLCs were something to look forward to and to some extent they still are.
One of the most fascinating and intriguing characters from M. Night Shyamalan's cinematic universe is certainly Kevin Wendell Crumb. He is home to 24 different personalities. But that's not the most exciting thing about this character. It only becomes really interesting when the (philosophical) Beast appears in Kevin… A festival of psychosis The figure of... Continue Reading →
I’m a huge fan of Xavier Dolan’s work (movies and music videos). So, it was mandatory to review his latest movie: The Death and Life of John F. Donovan. As a Dolan fan from the beginning, I was a little bit afraid when I first heard about this English speaking movie with an American cast... Continue Reading →
The ceremony of the Academy Awards is quite possibly the most famous and according to some the most important movie event of the year. It would be crazy to dismiss the Academy Awards, better known as Oscars, as a whole, because their significance still remains as important as before. On the other hand, Oscars have been here for over ninety years and right now they must face a most problematic issue in their long history, the 90th Academy Awards had lowest viewership over 40 years and people just lost interest in the Oscars.
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 →