• 6 Films Set During Blizzards

    Winter is a magical season, with its snow-covered landscapes and chilly air, but when a blizzard hits, it can transform the serene beauty into a relentless force of nature. With winter coming in full force in Europe these days, […]

    Dec 27, 2023
    Julian A. Leu
  • The Main Characteristics of British Cinema

    Continuing this series, I picked the rather impossible topic of dissecting one of the world’s most popular geographic areas of filmmaking: Britain. British cinema, with its rich history and diverse storytelling, has made an indelible mark on the global […]

    Dec 19, 2023
    Julian A. Leu
  • The Fine Line of 3+ Hour Films

    Movies are definitely art. We get invested, immersed, and lost in the cinematic world, eagerly awaiting what comes next. However, there’s a growing trend in the film industry that might be pushing our love for storytelling to its limits: […]

    Dec 11, 2023
    Julian A. Leu
  • 3 Good and 3 Bad Characteristics of CGI in Films

    Films have the power to transport us to far-off worlds, let us witness jaw-dropping spectacles, and even bring fantastical creatures to life. And at the heart of this movie-making magic lies CGI, or Computer-Generated Imagery. You’ve probably heard the […]

    Nov 18, 2023
    Julian A. Leu
  • The Main Characteristics of Eastern European Cinema

    I’ve already explored Scandinavian cinema and Irish cinema in previous posts, and I thought I might as well turn this into a series. So, if you’re looking for something different, something that delves into the raw, the real, and […]

    Nov 11, 2023
    Julian A. Leu
  • 7 Films with an Autumny Vibe

    Autumn, with its vibrant leaves and cool breezes, is a season that naturally evokes feelings of nostalgia, warmth, and change. While Halloween often takes center stage during this time of year, there’s a lot more to appreciate in fall […]

    Nov 4, 2023
    Julian A. Leu