A second trailer of “Cats” landed on YouTube a few days ago. And the Internet is “in love” with it. Some trailers are a lot to process, right? When the new look of Sonic was revealed in its first short … Continue reading The Internet Found A New Enemy – The Two Trailers of Cats (2019)
From atmospheric horror through thriller and coming-of-age story, these Icelandic movies are all masterpieces in their own league. Iceland’s population reaches nearly 360.000 inhabitants, sprinkled over more than 100.000 km/2. Given the country’s remote location, far from the rest of … Continue reading Top 12 Icelandic Movies Of All Time
The Wrocław festival has a lot up its sleeve, and with the 10th anniversary, viewers will get a handful of exciting premieres and a fantastic retrospective of the American cinema classics. Wrocław is always on my festival circuit map, and … Continue reading American Film Festival in Wrocław Is On – Here’s What The Lineup Offers!
The most controversial film of the year has arrived. Is it a tale about morally corrupted societies? Or maybe it’s one of the most visceral images of depression Hollywood’s ever made? This article contains spoilers concerning “Joker”. It’s been a … Continue reading A Short Essay On The Twisted Morality And The Legacy of Joker (2019)
Todd Phillips’ Joker (2019) hit the cinemas few days ago and fans are loving it so far. And what’s a better way to show your affection than drawing up a fan art poster of your favourite movie? After its surprise … Continue reading Fan-Made Posters of Joker (2019) Are In!
Audiophiles rejoice. Here’s what 2019 best soundtracks sound like. Music is an essential part of cinema. As Howard Shore, the brain behind soundtracks for “The Lord of The Rings” and “Se7en”, said: Music is essentially an emotional language, so you … Continue reading Best soundtracks of 2019
One of the most awaited films of 2019 has had its premiere at Toronto International Film Festival. And critics, as well as early viewers, agree – it’s a blast! As I fiddle in my seat, here in Warsaw, my thoughts … Continue reading Knives Out (2019) First Reviews Are In | TIFF 2019
Venice festival in 2019 offered a fantastic lineup, and many of the festival’s titles will soon be on everyone’s lips. So fasten your seatbelts, heat up your pencils and add those 10 most intriguing films from Biennale to your 2019 … Continue reading Top 10 Venice Films To Look Forward To | Biennale 2019
Whoever had doubts that Todd Phillips could carry the weight of DC’s most iconic villain, shall worry no more. Because the opinions, flooding today from Venice, say with one accord – “Joker” is a masterpiece. Joker is one hell of … Continue reading Joker (2019) Gets Unanimous Praise At Its Venice Premiere
Star-studded, crafted with an exceptional eye for detail, and entertaining without a trace of exhaustion, “Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood” is a lovely crowdpleaser. It also lets Quentin Tarantino embrace more reflective kind of cinema. When Quentin Tarantino announced … Continue reading Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood (2019) Is a Crowdpleaser Unlike Any of Quentin Tarantino Films Before
A crazy tale about grief followed by Jonah Hill’s heart-warming coming-of-age story “Mid90s” and the substandard horror movie from the creators of “Goodnight Mommy”. Welcome to the 4th day of New Horizons International Film Festival in Wrocław, Poland. Koko-di Koko-da … Continue reading Day 4 of New Horizons International Film Festival 2019 – Koko-di Koko-da & Mid90s
Cultural Hater visited Wrocław for a week to see the best movies screened at the New Horizons International Film Festival. Here’s what you should add to your watchlist! It’s almost a tradition to visit New Horizons for me, and it’s … Continue reading New Horizons International Film Festival 2019 – Reviews Centre
Partying with Matthew McConaughey isn’t as good as one could imagine, while Haitian voodoo is still waiting for a true masterpiece that would explore its beauty in a more memorable way. Zombi Child Dir. Bertrand Bonello Hate Grade: 3.5/10 “Zombi … Continue reading Day 3 of New Horizons International Film Festival 2019 – Zombi Child, The Beach Bum & More
The second day of New Horizons International Film Festival has been all about the Cannes revelation “Parasite”, with a Tibetan road movie, a Canadian ghost story and a short story about madness in the shadows of the Korean film. Parasite … Continue reading Day 2 of New Horizons International Film Festival 2019 – Parasite & more
The first day of the festival has been more than solid, with science fiction from Brazil, Quentin Tarantino’s favorite Chinese movie and a gallantly directed film about child soldiers in South America. Bacurau (2019) Dir. Juliano Dornelles, Kleber Mendonça Filho … Continue reading Day 1 of New Horizons International Film Festival 2019 – Bacurau, Monos & More