Movie Journal (2) Kingsman’s: The Golden Circle (Spoiler Review)

It has been a long time since my last post, but after having watched Kingsman’s: The Golden Circle, and having worked on several projects in my private life, I felt the need to start writing again. Ever since Kick-Ass, Matthew Vaughn has been considered to be one of the most creative young filmmaker now in... Continue Reading →

Movie Journal (1): Kong: Skull Island

Having the opportunity to go to the cinema as many times as you like (for a fixed price) it is every movie lover's dream. Since January I watched more than 12 movies, movies that I probably would not have seen otherwise. This means two things: I have watched a lot of interesting movies, but at... Continue Reading →


The Academy Awards, mainly known as Oscars, have been around since the 1929, and are nowadays (no matter what a film critic/student would tell you) the biggest event for cinema and movies in the world. Tonight and for the following weeks, every single one of your Facebook friends is going to feel entitled to talk about it,... Continue Reading →

Silent Movies in a contemporary London

  Discussing Silent Cinema from Gaetano Ghiura on Vimeo.   Having a blog about silent movies in the XXI century could sound a little odd. However, the journalist Pamela Hutchinson managed to create a very unique blog over the years about a specific type of films: as she says "very, very old ones". Silent London:... Continue Reading →

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