• 8 Best and Worst Stephen King Adaptations

    Stephen King, the maestro of horror and prolific author, has seen many of his works brought to life on the big and small screens. While some adaptations have become iconic classics, others have left fans scratching their heads. Let’s […]

    Mar 2, 2024
    Julian A. Leu
  • The Main Characteristics of Russian Cinema

    In the last two years, Russia has been in news headlines for all the wrong reasons: a terrible war, coupled with increasing scrutiny over its citizens. These days, Russian filmmakers might lack the freedom of expression they deserve – […]

    Feb 23, 2024
    Julian A. Leu
  • 8 of the Best Wild West Films

    The Western genre is as vast as the pairies of the American West, despite the fact that ultimately, they all tend to boil down to a few elements, among which we usually find horses, guns and poker. It’s quite […]

    Feb 16, 2024
    Julian A. Leu
  • Fargo Season 5 (Review)

    I wait for very, very few things in the film and series category with more excitement and enthusiasm than for a new season of Fargo. Why is that? Well, because over the years, Fargo has spoiled me with some […]

    Feb 9, 2024
    Julian A. Leu
  • The Main Characteristics of French Cinema

    I’ve already made the habit of exploring a country’s or wider region’s cinematic characteristics once per month. And, it so happened that over the holiday period, I watched not just one, but two French films – and thus decided […]

    Feb 2, 2024
    Julian A. Leu
  • The Brilliance of Alexander Payne’s Filmmaking

    I really liked Alexander Payne, who pleasantly surprised me back in the early 2010s with “The Descendants“, and really impressed me with the outstanding “Nebraska” a few years later. However, “Downsizing” wasn’t exactly my cup of tea, and ever […]

    Jan 26, 2024
    Julian A. Leu