Tag: Werner Herzog

TRAILER: Nosferatu (2024)

Today, a new trailer came out for Robert Eggers’ version of Nosferatu. F. W. Murnau’s silent Nosferatu came out in 1922 and was an unofficial, unauthorized adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Another remake was made in 1979 by Werner Herzog, melding Nosferatu and Dracula together even more. I...

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REVIEW: Penguins of Madagascar (2014)

Penguins of Madagascar is the final film in the Madagascar franchise so far. Taking a page from Puss in Boots‘ book, the 2014 release focuses on the series’ comedic sidekicks, exploring their backstory and sending them on their own journey. The penguins also had a similarly titled TV ser...

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REVIEW: The Wind Rises (2013)

The Wind Rises is in the later batch of Studio Ghibli movies I never saw for one reason or another. I was always curious about this one because it’s actually based on a true story, that being the life of Jiro Horikoshi, engineer of the Mitsubishi A6M “Zero” fighter. The Wind Rises ...

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REVIEW: The Mandalorian – Season 1, Episode 7 “The Reckoning”

*SPOILERS* In “The Reckoning,” Mando receives a transmission from Carga regarding the client and his growing power. Carga proposes that Mando return, kill the client and keep the Child, with his name cleared. Meanwhile on Sorgen, Cara defeats an opponent in combat, and Mando enlists her aid agai...

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REVIEW: The Mandalorian – Season 1, Chapter 3, “The Sin”

*SPOILERS* In “The Sin,” the Mandalorian receives a message from Greef Carga congratulating him on his capture of the child and cryptically stating, “You know where to find me.” When the Mandalorian arrives for the reward, he’s greeted by two men in Stormtrooper uniforms who lead him to th...

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REVIEW: The Mandalorian – Season 1, Episode 1 “Chapter One”

To say the Disney+ series The Mandalorian was highly anticipated would be an understatement. To be honest, with the state of Star Wars being what it is, I haven’t really been looking forward to it; I wasn’t even sure if I was going to watch it at all. In spite of the impressive talent involved &...

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