Is James Bond immortal? Well, that's what we're trying to find out in this article.
Cinematic Universe – Failing and Return
A look at cinematic universes (MCU, DCEU etc.) and why some of them fail right from the start.
Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (or 2020 – The Movie)
Borat character created and portrayed by Sacha Baron Cohen is nothing short of an international icon. The movie of the same name (or Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan) from 2006 is considered a cult classic and one of the best modern comedies. The greatest part besides of satirical... Continue Reading →
Event Horizon – director’s cut mystery
An important part of every story is to some extent an element of mystery, something that is unknown to the viewer or reader. This part of a story, lore, or character’s back-story that is left to your imagination. Saying: “I know everything” is in my opinion a failure of writing, something must be left to... Continue Reading →
Warcraft III: Reforged – How Blizzard missed the opportunity
Let’s take the most common statement about Warcraft 3: Reign of Chaos (plus The Frozen Throne): greatest RTS game of all time, thanks to amazing campaign, characters, cinematics, voice acting, soundtrack, world-editor and so many reasons why this game is brilliant and you should absolutely play it. I remember when this game got into to... Continue Reading →
Found-footage Part II – Appeal and Problems
After finishing my article about found-footage genre and its history I realized that I forgot to mention why this genre was even popular in the first place and why audience lost interest in these movies. In my previous article, I stated “that people start to notice, how formulaic plots were, and opinions appeared that these... Continue Reading →
New Mass Effect Game: Andromeda 2 Revelations – Details And Interview With Developers (Famous April Fool’s Day Article)
Long years of anticipation and speculation have finally ended, Mass Effect series will return with a new title called Mass Effect Andromeda 2 Revelations. So, let’s see what the video game developers Casey Hudson and Mac Walters have to say. Here is the transcribed interview with these two gentlemen! Filmspiel: Good morning Mr. Hudson and... Continue Reading →
What happened to “found-footage” genre?
The year was 2007 and Paranormal Activity was just released into cinemas, to a massive success. Three years later Paranormal Activity 2 was released, and entire franchise was later built with prequel, spin-off and two more sequels. Around that time (2007-2015) found-footage genre basically ruled the horror cinema. Several horror movies of varying quality were... Continue Reading →
Terminator – Post Mortem
There is no way other saying it: Terminator as a franchise is pretty much dead and I can not see itself ever return in any form what so ever (or at least I hope that's the case), I don't mean to gloat and proudly proclaim that I was correct about my Terminator: Dark Fate predictions.... Continue Reading →
Melting down the Ice Age
First Ice Age released in 2002 is one of my favorite animated movies and alongside with its sequel Ice Age: The Meltdown (2006) and only two movies from this franchise I actually enjoy. Ice Age is still a very good animated movie, three well defined and characterized characters, interesting premise, combination of emotional scenes with... Continue Reading →