Cinema and me:
to become a director. I tried but it was horrible, worse than “Plan 9 from Outer Space” but I do not despair one day of making some short films but for now I just watch them. I love to analyze and talk about them so I take this page to tell you about some films that I particularly like .
I hope you will find some interesting things here:
I really like cinema in general with a preference for science fiction and fantasy, but I haven’t talked too much about a type of cinema that I particularly like, Bis cinema. Alright, but what is Bis cinema? Let’s go back to four names that may come up often in the future if I want to … Continue reading Bis Repertita: Bis cinema
Before becoming the dominant audiovisual format that we know today, recognized by some as the 8th art, offering us many and many heroes accompanying us on a daily basis for several years and on several platforms, tv series made their timid appearance long after the cinema. It was at the end of the 1940s that … Continue reading The history of TV Shows
On November 19, a series on Prime Video is released adapting a book series that I love: The Wheel of Time and I am both impatient and at the same time afraid of the result. On the other hand, I found The Witcher cheap on the trailers and I expected the worst but even if … Continue reading The Wheel of Time
From Andy Cline’s Ready Player One to Judge Dread to Black Mirror and Pacific Rim, near future works are endless.Close anticipation is not a genre, it is an approach.Common point of the corpus: the stories must take place in the near future. Something to get excited about and also often fuel the nightmare machine. What … Continue reading The near future, a distorting mirror
“Fear Street” is basically a series of books in the line of “Goosebumps” but more adult, at the same time we find the same author: R.L. Stine. “Fear Street 1994”, available on Netflix, is therefore an adaptation of those books, which I haven’t read, so it’s impossible for me to say if the story is … Continue reading Fear Street 1994
After a quick spicy bolognese sauce, I embark on this long awaited Mortal Kombat new version and without, I reassure you, a cameo of the unbearable Christophe Lambert. Too busy looking for a role in a Tintin in Congo on the stage. Between fatalities and action scenes as edgy as they are boosted, the Mortal … Continue reading Mortal Komnat 2021
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 … Continue reading The werewolf and its representation in cinema
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 … Continue reading Cinematographic and literary genres
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 … Continue reading We are all fragments
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 … Continue reading Midnight Session n°5 : Pennywise
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 … Continue reading The meaning of “The Lord of The Rings”!
“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 … Continue reading Midnight Session n°4 : The Color Out Of Space
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