Movie suggestions

If you come with me, you’ll float too!

Since I was 6 years old, I love cinema. Since my mom showed me “E.T.” and “Hook”. I wanted to be an actress until I was 13, then I wanted to become a director. I tried but it was horrible, worse than “Plan 9 from Outer Space” so now I just watch them, but I love to analyze and talk about them so I take this page to tell you about some films that I particularly like .


The werewolf and its representation in cinema

Attention SPOILERS! You can consult the list of films mentioned at the end of the article. Out of almost 30 films seen, the number of films depicting male and / or female werewolves is almost similar. We often have the representation that a werewolf is a man, when it is not.The werewolf represents marginality. But…

Cinematographic and literary genres

I’ve been talking about films for a while now, but I’ve never written an article about genres as such, because I wasn’t really paying attention until then. I was told that such and such a film was part of such and such a genre and I said “Okey”!I don’t like to put artistic works in…

We are all fragments

after an experience gone awry, Seth Brandle turns into a fly. And, as his body loses its integrity, which becomes something else, Seth Brandle constitutes the Seth Brandle Museum. A museum of spare parts, pieces of bodies that have bowed out. A museum entirely dedicated to what he was until then. Seth Brandle deconstructs himself…

Midnight Session n°5 : Pennywise

For some time there have been rumors on the net talking about a third future part for this incredible saga that is “It” by Stephen King so hoping that this one is verified I take this opportunity to tell you about one of my favorite horror characters: Pennywise! It was in 1986 that Stephen King’s…

The meaning of “The Lord of The Rings”!

We are our elsewhere.We create universes because we don’t like the world as it is and sometimes scares us. William Blanc No one can face “The Lord of The Rings”. We can love, we can hate, but nothing beats “The Lord of The Rings”.Calling Tolkien the father of fantasy is questionable (or even false), but…

Midnight Session n°4 : The Color Out Of Space

“The color out of space” is a short story by Howard Philips Lovecraft published in 1927.This rather short story tells how a strange meteorite, with a very particular color, will bring chaos to a small farm in New England. As you read this story, you say to yourself that it would be very complicated to…

Clive Barker, his genius demonstrate in Hellraiser!

One type of reading and film that I love more than anything, in fantasy or Science Fiction, is horror. And when we talk about horror, a name immediately comes to mind: Clive Barker.I have a lot of time to write this article, three or four months. I wanted to write an article that pays tribute…

Arrival, Monument of Science Fiction!

A few weeks ago, I was lucky to win a little film critic writing contest for a magazine. You had to write about what you considered to be the best film of the decade 2010-2020. The winners were published in a booklet and on the publication’s website a few days later in the form of…

Dog movies, with a doggie!

Hello !If I had to describe what interests me in two words it would be quite simple:Movies and dogs… and cats… and cooking… and video games… and… Okay, it wouldn’t be as simple as that but brief. Today, I wanted to talk to you about animated films about doggies! And yes to write this article,…

Midnight Session n°3 : Lady in The Water.

M. Night Shyamalan is a funny director. First, there were the hit hits “The Sixth Sense” and “Unbreakable”. Then more mixed films with in 2002 “Signs”, then “The Village” two years later. Critics were quick to label it as the new Steven Spielberg (one of his references), even his natural successor (which seems a little…

The Midnight Session n°2 : Doctor Sleep

Dr Sleep by Stephen King, the novel following his shining, has been brought to our screens by Mike Flanagan who takes the gamble, not only to adapt the book, but also to make it a sequel to the cult film by Stanley Kubrick!So is it successful? I tell you everythingthis in this new Midnight Session.…

The Midnight Session n°1 : The Shape of Water

Today I wanted to offer you a new article format.In “The Midnight Session”, I wanted to talk about more or less known films, all of which had a strange or disturbing atmosphere in common. My goal here is to introduce you to films that are worth watching or to try to teach you some things…

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