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Movie Review: Prisoners of the Ghost Land (2021)

3 Dec 2021 2 minute read 0 comments peerynt

Japan in a film, or series can always be an attractive motive. I’m sure that, if you think back, you would remember at least one film you liked which was set in Japan. The Last Samurai? Silence? The Grudge? Ringu? There’s a lot of decent stuff out th...

FoolProof's Review - RyanReynoldsChallenge (11/48)

2 Dec 2021 2 minute read 0 comments Ykretz

To make it quick. This movie is like a bad version of "Ocean's Eleven". I don't mean that the movie is bad, but there are some similarities with the other movie but there are less qualities. I personally enjoyed seeing it's and for several reasons....

Movie Review: The Beta Test (2021)

1 Dec 2021 3 minute read 0 comments peerynt

Sometimes, when you are not sure whether that what you’re going to be watching really is a horror, despite it being tagged as such, turns out to exceed your expectations, and you end up not even caring if it’s a horror. The Beta Test, a new mystery t...

The Expert, The Job, The Workplace, The Metaverse

30 Nov 2021 2 minute read 2 comments mildandred

I really enjoyed reading Coach Viking’s article “DAOlationships: The Collaboration Movement”. I am a firm believer in the power of collaboration. I collaborated with a Canadian filmmaker to create two experimental crossover short films, “Room 254 Spi...

"Bla bla bla", The Hacker and Snow Crash

26 Nov 2021 1 minute read 0 comments mildandred

I love films that don't take themselves too seriously. "The Hacker" does fall into this category. There is one fun scene - in a short film that is full of fun scenes - where the protagonist, a hacker, is doing his hacking...thingy. What do we see on...

Paul Atreides is a ‘subdude’ version of Neo

25 Nov 2021 4 minute read 1 comment DMRI

Spoilers ahead for The Matrix (1999) and Dune (2021) Dune, directed by Denis Villeneuve, was one of the most anticipated movies of 2021. It had a staggered worldwide release before it opened in US theatres on October 22nd. It was also released on HBO...

Smells like Grief in "The Place Where You Live"

25 Nov 2021 1 minute read 0 comments mildandred

A physics professor is the protagonist in Alexis van Hurkman's "The place where you live". It's a fascinating short film featuring alternate dimensions, doppelgängers, and, in my opinion, grief. Let's look at it through the lens of psychiatrist Eliza...

The Privates, The Shenganiguns, The Metaverse and the power of music

23 Nov 2021 1 minute read 0 comments mildandred

There is no denying that there is power in music. The Privates, a band that should be in The Rocklopedia Fakebandica, discover that there is radioactive power in their music. "On the eve of their first (and possibly last) show, they must decide wheth...

Friend, Fear, Foe, Flaw: The 4Fs in "Résistance"

22 Nov 2021 1 minute read 0 comments mildandred

As a screenwriter, I'm always looking for tools to make my work easier. Crafting stories is hard so every bit of help is appreciated. I created the 4Fs tool to help me, and hopefully other screenwriters, cover the basics of story. It's a summary of s...

Buying the Cow & The In-Law's review - RyanReynoldsChallenge (9-10/48)

19 Nov 2021 3 minute read 0 comments Ykretz

You know what ? I really don't know how to start with this one because I don't feel like I have a lot of things to say about it. It was pretty entertaining to watch it, I laughed sometimes and even felt somethings at some moments but that's basical...