“Le Fidèle (The Racer and the Jailbird)” Movie Review + Short Cast Interview

Past weekend, Le Fidèle, whose English title's The Racer and the Jailbird, had its avant première in Brussels, which I was able to attend. Before the movie started, the director and main cast introduced themselves and answered some questions. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to ask those questions ourselves. At seven thirty the cast and crew of Le … Continue reading “Le Fidèle (The Racer and the Jailbird)” Movie Review + Short Cast Interview

Opinion: “The Visit” (2015)

“M. Night Shyamalan’s return as a good director” Those were words people spoke after the release of M. Night Shyamalan’s The Visit, oddly enough. People were praising it all around and a reviewer that I follow, Chris Stuckmann, with whom I agree quite a lot, gave it a B. So I  was generally pretty excited when … Continue reading Opinion: “The Visit” (2015)

Opinion: “Berlin Syndrome” (2017)

Berlin Syndrome was one of the many films which premiered at Sundance that I wanted to see and now I’ve finally been able to do just that thing, and let me tell you this: it was worth the wait. In this independent, psychological, semi-horror film we meet Clare, a young and aspiring Australian journalist who … Continue reading Opinion: “Berlin Syndrome” (2017)

Why pacing is important to film

Pacing is a quite important aspect of film, but why is that so? To explain that, let’s first dive into the meaning of the word “pacing”. What does it mean? Pacing is, as the word suggests about the pace of the film will be. Fast-paced movies will have quick rapid and fast cuts in a … Continue reading Why pacing is important to film

The Brilliance of “Get Out”

SPOILERS FOR “GET OUT” Get Out is the directorial debut of screenwriter and comic Jordan Peele. I recently saw this film, and while it has some flaws, it certainly is brilliant in some ways, that’s why this film deserves to have an article in this category. But what’s that brilliant part I am talking about? … Continue reading The Brilliance of “Get Out”

Opinion: Personal Shopper (2016)

Going into this film I had no real clue what it was going to be about. I heard some mixed reactions about it and I understand both the good and the bad things that they bring up, but before we get into that here’s a little synopsis: Kristen Stewart, a personal shopper for a famous, … Continue reading Opinion: Personal Shopper (2016)