The founder of the Kon (Horse) Movie fanpage, where he transforms into a film animal who gallops with pleasure through the multiverse of superhero productions, science-fiction, fantasy and all kinds of animations. If he had to say something about himself, he would say that Kon is a pop culture lover, a self-proclaimed critic constantly looking for a human in cinema, a fan of non games, literature, dinosaurs and Batman. Professionally, a teacher (by choice), always opposed to the concrete education system, strongly pushing alternative forms of education. He quietly writes fairy tales and fantastic stories for his little son. A Polish philologist by education. He collaborates with several publishing houses and YouTube channels.
ARGYLLE. So they're not joking? [REVIEW]
“Argylle” is a painful promise and ultimately a festival of missed opportunities, a very shallow, lazy blockbuster with excellent visual...
KLEKS ACADEMY. Welcome to the Music Video [REVIEW]
The new “Kleks Academy” will not be a fairy tale for adults. Whether it becomes one for children remains to be seen.
REBEL MOON PART 1: CHILD OF FIRE. Snyder's Dream Fulfilled = Viewer's Nightmare [REVIEW]
Snyder’s film is (by design) an epic tale reminiscent of the Star Wars world.
AQUAMAN AND THE LOST KINGDOM. A Sad Funeral for the DCEU [REVIEW]
The second ‘Aquaman’ is the final production of the ailing DCEU and a sad funeral for the universe that theoretically should have been a...
LEAVE THE WORLD BEHIND. This is how it would look [REVIEW]
The Netflix film may not appeal to every viewer, but it excels primarily in arousing anxiety and the accuracy of social commentary.
GODZILLA MINUS ONE. The Return of the King
In Minus One, we return to the roots of this timeless, universal story.
LOKI - SEASON 2. A Green Light in the Dark Tunnel of the MCU [REVIEW]
The second season of Loki is extraordinary.
THE MARVELS. Colorful Vomit of the Flerken [REVIEW]
The Marvels is a film with a few cool scenes that don’t connect into a coherent story.
KIDNAPPED. Settling Sins in Old Style [REVIEW]
In “Kidnapped” Bellocchio delivers several powerful scenes.
PEARL. Stylized Madness of the GREAT Mia Goth [REVIEW]
“Pearl” stands in contrast to the schematics of contemporary cinema, offering brilliant stylistic play and the otherworldly Mia Goth. Is...