oceqn bomb

The “Ocean Bomb” cans dedicated to the Sailors, the warriors who wear sailor suits that have been shining ever since the 90s, have also arrived in Italy! I had the chance to taste them one by one and decided to share my video review! I hope you’ll be intrigued, inRead More →

Kevin Sorbo in Hercules (1995)

In the wilderness of ancient Greece, a legendary hero defies the will of the gods. Preceded by his courage and accompanied by his faithful friend Iolaus, a warrior with great powers is ready to welcome the challenges and pitfalls of his stepmother, the goddess Hera. Between brute strength, deceptions andRead More →

Lucy Lawless in Xena: Principessa guerriera (1995)

She is a warrior, alone against a world ravaged by wars, deceptions, and relentless gods. Among villains, heroes of Olympus, and monstrous creatures, Xena becomes the champion of humanity with her inseparable friend OGabrielle. Are you ready for a sword and fighting adventure? Today, we take a behind-the-scenes trip toRead More →

Klabautamann

“numbered” is the new album by  the German Progressive Black Metal pioneers KLABAUTAMANN released in the end of 2021.  “numbered” is kind of a concept album around the topic that all things in life are actually limited, numbered, a contemplation deeply rooted in the songwriter’s own experiences of loss andRead More →

Saul Rubinek, Eddie McClintock, Joanne Kelly, and Allison Scagliotti in Warehouse 13 (2009)

There is a place, hidden from the eyes of ordinary people, that preserves infinite wonders. Among tall shelves overflowing with curious objects, incredible things happen. Forks from Versaille protect against time travel; a thimble can give new appearances; and a killer tattoo heats the body until it explodes like aRead More →

Eureka (2006)

In the secret heart of the United States, near a certain Lake Archimedes, a charming town lives placidly. Its inhabitants are not what we would call “ordinary people”. Between equations, out-of-control robots, teleportation, talking houses, and disasters capable of creating a new sun, there is always time for breakfast atRead More →

il mondo di ieri stephen zweig

Memories of a European between Viennese Mitteleuropa and the Second World War   On the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the death of Stefan Zweig, Austrian writer, playwright, journalist, biographer (for fans of The Rose of Versailles, Ikeda-sensei also based on Marie Antoinette – The portait of  an AvarageRead More →

Dulé Hill and James Roday Rodriguez in Psych (2006)

In Santa Barbara, California, homicide cases abound so, an irreverent psychic and his partner take the opportunity to sneak into the investigation. They are welcomed by the head of the police department, Karen Vick, but frowned upon by the grumpy detective Lassiter. Who we’re talking about? Isn’t it obvious?  ShawnRead More →

Jennifer Garner in Alias (2001)

Look closely at your friends, study their movements and facial expressions. Which of them is a secret agent? Certainly, it is that nice and always quiet girl with whom you share the apartment: the promising Sydney Bristow. The prophetic secrets of Milo Rambaldi‘s works are waiting. Alias ​​opens the doorRead More →

Promotional poster for Single All The Way

Single All The Way is Netflix’s first holiday LGBTQ+ rom-com. It was released on December 2nd and finally lets the queer community see itself in a silly, cliché story where the stakes are the lowest they’ve ever been. Premise Peter tries to avoid his family’s judgement about his hopeless loveRead More →

Too Close for Christmas promotional image

Too Close for Christmas is a 2020 Christmas rom-com only recently released on Netflix Italia. It takes a lot of the most classic tropes of the genre and does… okay? Sometimes even the lowest of expectations can be disappointed. Too Close for Christmas – Premise Hayley’s holiday plans seem toRead More →

Netflix The Holiday Calendar promotional pircure

The Holiday Calendar tries to bring a more magical approach to the standard rom-com fare. In line with the Christmas Miracle magic that pervades most holiday movies, it manages to create an interesting premise but loses in delivery. Premise Abby, an aspiring photographer whose dreams are thwarted by the everydayRead More →

fringe

Red licorice, a laboratory on the edge of reality, a mad scientist, and an FBI agent with exceptional qualities. Welcome to the Sci-fi masterpiece conceived by J.J. Abrams, Alex Kurtzman, and Roberto Orci: Fringe. The fine line between madness and genius In 2008 the first episode of Fringe was releasedRead More →

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Part 1) First Look

After the huge success of the first movie, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, the Academy Award-winning animation, is finally getting a sequel! Although plans for a continuation of the story were announced early after the 2018 release, earlier today, Sony dropped a surprise First Look at the sequel, titled Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Part 1).Read More →