Yes, Jurassic Park has not died yet. Since the successful reboot with Jurassic World, the franchise has been quiet, but the waiting is going to end. Frontier, a UK based game developer, is going to release Jurassic World Evolution for PS4, Xbox One and PC – and my childish hope for fun is back. Continue reading “Why Dinosaur Park Sim Is What I Need”
Retro is back. There is no denying that. Many players are seeking their childhood games and are willing to pay for that kind of nostalgia boost. No wonder game companies are looking to gain a buck or two in that niche market. Nintendo did a good job in revamping retro gaming, but it is not always sunshine and rainbows.
This week is the movie premiere of Blade Runner 2049, a sequel to the 1982 cult movie Blade Runner. The first installment is a science fiction film involving the existence of replicants hunted by blade runners that created a new perspective on a dark and depressing future – although back then, it wasn’t a big hit. Before you go running off to the movie theater to watch the sequel, however, you should read this first. It might help you fill in the gaps in the story and not leave you confused after almost three hours of movie.
Isle of Dogs is the newest stop motion film from Wes Anderson. He is also known for directing Fantastic Mr. Fox and The Grand Budapest Hotel – both hold a special place in cinema preferences. When Isle of Dogs trailer came out, I have watched it non-stop on a loop. I think there are more reasons I am excited about this film besides the famous director. Continue reading “Someone is Fangirling for ‘ISLE OF DOGS’”
Last weekend, I got the opportunity to see mother! (2017), an American psychological horror film, with Jennifer Lawrence. As many of you know, I am a weaksauce against horror films. Still, I am trying my best to enjoy more of this genre. Surprisingly, mother! gave me more things to think about rather than to be scared of. Continue reading “Mother! (2017): Time for Reflection”