I bet you haven't seen this movie.
A real potion for the Halloween mood
You kind of have a Halloween mood, but something is still missing? I've got you! I prepared a real potion, it is just what you need! So, write down the ingredients: a couple of vampires, several witches, some walking dead, and a few kids lost in a wood.
The Craft vs The Craft: Legacy
Spooky season has officially started. It's time to remember the most favourite movies about witches, vampires and other evil spirits to get in the right mood for the upcoming Halloween. Today I want to talk about one of my favourite witch films, The Craft, and also compare it with the remake/sequel of The Craft: Legacy.
He was their inspiration. He made their lives extraordinary.
- Tradition, honour, discipline, excellence. - Travesty, horror, decadence, excrement. Autumn. It's a beautiful, melancholy time. Autumn is the time when you can stop and exhale after a busy hot summer. Many of us consider autumn to be the beginning of a new year.
One of the best cartoons ever
The Iron Giant (1999) Perhaps one of the most underrated cartoons I've ever heard of is The Iron Giant. This is the type of cartoon that will probably be more interesting to you than to your child. There are such episodes, jokes, and words (such as a beatnik or a gangster) that a child is unlikely to notice or understand, but this greatly enlivens the movie, making it more saturated and closer to reality.
The fairy tales for grown ups
Le Fabuleux Destin d’Amélie Poulain (2001) Romantic comedy Fairy tales for adults are not necessarily horror stories. It could be something very cute and cozy. The picture is in warm colours and slightly melancholic music in the background. If you're a fan of visually beautiful cinema, you'll love Amélie (2001).
How much time of your life you’re willing to give up to get to the point when you reached your dreams?
I think each of us has been in a situation where you wanted to rewind time forward when everything got better, problems were solved, and difficulties were overcome. You close your eyes, and when you open them, everything is already fine. And so it happened with the main character of the film Another Woman’s Life (La vie d'une autre). Yes, it’s French.
What to watch when there is nothing to watch
Imagination... they call it the fifth dimension. Something or rather somewhere that is outside of space and time. Something that can create paradoxes. Something that follows its own rules. It asks the question “What if…?” and it answers that question itself. Imagination is boundless. It is more limitless than the universe. Something that can delight us and scare us at the same time. This is a whole world that can neither be conquered nor comprehended. But humanity never stops trying.