The first time I watched Jack Clayton’s The Innocents I thought it was a good movie but nothing out of the ordinary. I could see it was brilliantly shot but I thought the story lacked depth and it wasn’t scary enough. Rematching it now, almost nine years later, I saw a completely different film. So … Continue reading Revisiting The Innocents
One of my current pleasures is to discover more about french cinema in the early 30s and 40s, which even though they are extremely important when it comes to french film history, they are mostly films that have been forgotten since no one is able to either find them or simply watch them. With that, … Continue reading A Short Trip Into Forgotten French Films
While the future of the coronavirus pandemic remains uncertain, one thing we can say for sure. Many movies that were already supposed to be released had their premiere postponed, like 007 No Time to Die, A Quiet Place 2, Black Widow and Wonder Woman 1984. In the meanwhile, other films like Just Mercy, Capone, Never … Continue reading Will 2020 Change the Ways We Watch Films?
After discovering the incredible catalog of World of Cinema and Rare Film, I’ve been adventuring myself in more obscure and unknown gems that are definitely worth paying the 15 dollars monthly fee from Nitroflare. After all, I don’t have The Criterion Channel, and let’s not even start with Netflix’s catalog, which funny enough, has released … Continue reading Surviving The Quarantine With Polish Films
As I’ve said in one of my previous posts, 2020 started as a great year for me since I’ve made a trip through Europe and visited many countries such as Italy, Switzerland, Austria, and Ireland. Even though no one is traveling anywhere anytime soon because of the Coronavirus, nothing like spending our quarantine time dreaming … Continue reading Five Alternative Places to Go in Vienna, Austria