A Rainy Day in New York (Review)

The romantic comedy A Rainy Day in New York is the latest work written and directed by Woody Allen. As in his previous works, Café Society (2016) and Irrational Man (2015), the formidable jazz soundtrack and the beautiful shot sunset scenes definitely make the film worth watching. The protagonists of the story are two young... Continue Reading →

Long Shot: romantic comedy at its best!

Who doesn't like Seth Rogen? His characters are always likeable, empathetic and funny. He is not macho, but embodies the slightly obese, nice boy next door. You just have to love him for that. In one of his latest movies, Long Shot (2019), he again pulls out all the stops of the romantic comedy genre... Continue Reading →

M. Night Shyamalan’s AmEx Commercial

Like other directors before him, M. Night Shyamalan once dared to shoot commercials. The plural is exaggerated here, because unlike David Lynch Shyamalan just made one single (known) commercial! But this weird short video shows a lot of the director's creativity and is a real piece of creepy atmosphere. Let's take a closure look. Background... Continue Reading →

David Lynch’s Commercials

You are a fan of David Lynch? You like his nightmarish, surreal films and series? And you already know his bizarre photographs and paintings? Fair enough. But have you also heard of his creative excursions into the world of TV commercials? No, then this video compilation is just the right thing for you! David Lynch,... Continue Reading →

Interactive Story Horror Games

There are many horror video games out there, especially for the Playstation console. With these games, however, there is a very special sub-genre that is not necessarily everyone's cup of tea: Interactive Story Horror Games. Unlike as in Resident Evil video games for example you play by making story changing choices or performing Quick Time... Continue Reading →

Murder Mystery Review (Netflix)

Are you looking for a suspense movie to watch at a rainy Saturday night to get entertained? Then please don't watch this movie. Unlike the title suggests, Murder Mystery (Netflix) is supposed to be a comedy. And this comedy is not the best work of Adam Sandler, male protagonist of this movie, who in the... 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 →

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