DECODER. Twisted and mysterious sci-fi horror
Gentle music in fast food joints makes everything better. The meal tastes delicious and nourishing, the Coca-Cola is cold and refreshing, the lighting...
DUNE: PART TWO. Far from masterpiece [REVIEW]
“Dune 2” proves that when the potential is enormous, its underutilization and remaining at an average level hurt the most.
ALTERED STATES. Excellent, hallucinogenic sci-fi horror
“The tank itself was extraordinary. It was vertical and looked like an old boiler. Inside, one had to carry a heavy glass bubble, which seemed...
EDEN LAKE. This is not a film for the faint-hearted
When we separate Eden Lake from sociological considerations (though necessary to fully understand Watkins’ picture), we get an uncompromising,...
BELPHEGOR, PHANTOM OF THE LOUVRE. First horror shot in actual Louvre
Interesting in the film are the shots depicting the “other face” of the Louvre: secret passages, mysterious corridors, research...
THE X-FILES: I WANT TO BELIEVE. Only for fans of the famous science fiction series?
Deepening the psychological aspects of the characters is in my opinion the greatest success of the second cinematic installment of The X-Files.
AGNOSIA. Surprising thriller from Spain
Agnosia is surprisingly easy to sell: the screenplay is by a collaborator of Guillermo del Toro…
THE X-FILES: FIGHT THE FUTURE. The characters of the cult science fiction series in a feature film
Chronologically, “X-Files: Fight the Future” falls between the closing of the fifth season (“The End”) and the opening of the...
APOCALYPSE NOW. The horror, the horror
At the edge of the world, in the very heart of hell, horror attempts to face horror – and fails.
AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER. Fantasy like from a picture with a spoonful of inedible tar [REVIEW]
Will this tale of balance in the fantasy world be different from all the previous ones?