When I was in my early teens, I saw Richard Linklater’s Waking Life. Today, it’s easy to look back and think the movie is more simplistic than it was, but I still have a […]
Disclaimers are important I think, and perhaps never more so when writing about vampire movies. Personally, I enjoy them a lot, and have followed the vampire as a character, phenomenon and monster […]
Sir Malcolm Murray (Timothy Dalton) and Vanessa Ives (Eva Green) are hunting dark forces in London. Soon they are aided by gunslinger Ethan Chandler (Josh Hartnett) and Dr. Frankenstein (Harry Treadaway). This […]
This review will not be very objective, but opinions never are, so why even try pretending? I pre-ordered The Fault In Our Stars when it was first announced. I haven’t read it more than […]
It’s strange to me to think that there are seven X-Men movies. It certainly doesn’t feel that way, and I think that has to do with the quality. Even though I wasn’t […]
The trailer for Godzilla (2014) gave me actual shivers. I’ve never been a Godzilla fan, but I think I understood his potential, even while being misled by the fun but generic monster movie of […]
Yet another movie based on a bestselling young adult novel. Can this one set itself apart? I was willing to let a lot slide, considering the message in this film is fairly harmless. […]
The festival is over and done with, all too soon. Here are the rest of my favourite picks: Snowpiercer, The Babadook, and Blue Ruin.
Trondheim’s International Film Festival, Kosmorama, is almost over. I have seen some fantastic films this year, and here are some of those I’ve seen so far: Still Life, ’71, and Kreuzweg.
I was really excited to see this sequel, mostly because I was one of the few people on the internet who liked the first one. Maybe I exaggerate my dislike for the “originals”, […]