• The Suicide Squad (2021) (Review)

    With the horrendous and exceptionally disappointing film in Suicide Squad from 2016, who would’ve guessed a sequel (reboot?) five years later would be as good as it is. At the leadership of James Gunn and an ensemble crew to […]

    Sep 17, 2021
    Joseph Morganti
  • The Green Knight (Review)

    After the success of A Ghost Story in 2017 and The Old Man & the Gun in 2018, David Lowery has delivered a remarkable and genuinely innovative medieval fantasy in The Green Knight that’ll be analyzed for years to […]

    Aug 19, 2021
    Joseph Morganti
  • Another Round (Druk) (Review)

    Another Round (Druk) was written and directed by Thomas Vinterberg, the man behind The Hunt – one of my all-time favourite films. It recently won an Oscar for the Best International Feature of last year, a feat surprisingly not […]

    May 12, 2021
    Julian A. Leu
  • Forgotten (기억의 밤) (Review)

    I am always quite happy whenever Netflix takes a couple of year old films that I would have never stumbled upon otherwise, and adds them to their interminable streaming collection. This is how I managed to choose Forgotten as […]

    Apr 1, 2021
    Julian A. Leu
  • The Call (콜) (Review)

    The Call (콜) is a 2020 South Korean film somewhat based upon a British film from 2011 named The Caller. How much in terms of plot they have in common, I couldn’t exactly tell you. What I can tell […]

    Feb 15, 2021
    Julian A. Leu
  • Fargo Season 4 (Review)

    If you asked me on the spot to name one of my favourite TV series ever, it is certain that one of the names which would come up would be Fargo. Before the first season came out, many people […]

    Dec 13, 2020
    Julian A. Leu
  • Ju-on: Origins (Review)

    I’m a big fan of Japanese horror – I’ve watched many of the classics of this genre, and I enjoy additing to my collection every now and again. I didn’t watch the original Ju-on films, which were made in […]

    Aug 6, 2020
    Julian A. Leu
  • Bloodride (Review)

    Story anthologies seem to work very well – they have done so in the past, and continue to do so. Usually, it’s because they don’t require much time to get into, and won’t need to watch or read a […]

    Jul 4, 2020
    Julian A. Leu
  • The New Pope (Review)

    The Bible and the iPhone “The Bible doesn’t have to be like an iPhone”, because that means it could be removed at any time by an upgraded version. Thus, the relationship with the scripture, which must keep its original formula, becomes […]

    Jun 17, 2020
    Andrei C. Serban
  • Into the Night (Review)

    European TV shows are usually much more grounded and tame than their North American counterparts, which often revel in doomsday scenarios and, much too often, saving the world opportunities. The latter also usually have a clear distinction between the […]

    Jun 3, 2020
    Julian A. Leu
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