Best Cinematography of 2016; My Picks

Best Cinematographer Bojan Bazelli, Pete’s Dragon Bradford Young, Arrival Linus Sandgren, La La Land James Laxton, Moonlight Robbie Ryan, American Honey Sturla Brandth Grøvlen, Victoria (header picture) Bojan Bazelli Bazelli’s Pete’s Dragon is breath-taking. It has the wonder of a child, hues and lights seem to come in warm, washed out tones similar to how…

My Trip To Eastern Europe,part 7

Prague Prague’s our second last destination before we travel back to Munich. The word in the street is definitely true. Prague is a hell of a beautiful place. I wish I had more time to spend here, but we still managed to make it worthwhile. The funny thing was I didn’t get to see the…

My trip to Eastern Europe, part 5

Krakow, Poland. I didn’t have any pictures from the concentration camp we visited prior to this day, it just didn’t feel right to me. But I will talk about it, and if you do get the chance to come to Eastern Europe and Poland, try making a trip down to Auschwitz. Our tour guide for…

My trip to Eastern Europe, part 4

Donovaly, Slovakia So after our stay in Hungary, it was time to move to Krakow, Poland. It was a 6 hour journey so we stopped en route in Donovaly, Slovakia. And I can tell you the journey from Budapest to Poland was THE MOST beautiful ‘roadtrip’ I’ve ever seen and probably anywhere. Yes, a bold…

The Neon Demon review; The figment is the flesh

I’m afraid auteur might even be an understatement for Nicholas Winding Refn. His first major film is his only universally appreciated film. Every major work since has been a cosmos of stylistic violence and stark imagery. Maybe it’s because of his partial colour-blindness and the way he that he compensates his art for himself.  Visually, it’s…

My trip to Eastern Europe, part 2

  Halstatt, Austria This place was crazy. City people like me and cosmopolitans like alot of us will find some newfound solace here.No kidding. How nice would it be if you woke up to this on a nice morning, or canoe on a sunday (like some people that day) in this beautiful place without a…

My trip to Eastern Europe, part 1

HEY GUYS!! Haven’t seen ya’ll in ages phew. I just checked my last post…23 days ago.Damn. I missed ya’ll and your posts and I’ll get right to them as soon as I can. This holiday was really awesome. And I already miss it! Coming from a place with little to no history, it was an…

My favourite movie scenes (Spoiler alert)

So here it is! As promised, here are a few of my favourite movie scenes. There’s just so many great ones of there so I’m sure I missed out a few. Some were nice but didn’t make it because it just didn’t hit hard enough for me. I wanted to keep my list short, so…

Favourite movie quotes

Hi everyone :)) I haven’t posted for a while..in fact I haven’t posted as frequently as previously. But I’ll try to! I’ve been a little busy and a little tired recently and given the lack of post ideas, I found myself stuck when trying to write a post. I’ll be watching Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut…

Weekend post; Of cannolis, sunsets and the walking dead.

Sup people! Hope everyone’s enjoying their weekend 🙂 In this week’s weekend post, I have some delicious photos of pastries from New York that my dad bought from his trip, some photos of a sunset I saw from my window. I’ll also be talking about Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead series and the upcoming House…

Amy review: No charades, just Amy.

When we look at an artist, we sometimes think what life must have been for them. Amy is a tragic documentary about the troubled artist who never could reconcile her childhood trauma without self-destruction. It’s a heartbreaking look at a sweet girl who grew up too fast, who’s father was never there and grew up…