The much-anticipated teaser trailer for Matt Reeves’s The Batman is here and it looks to be an even angstier take on the character than past adaptations (if that’s even possible). It looks incredible and Robert Pattinson appears to be a natural.
Palm Springs is a colourful and fun take on the time-loop sub-genre; a genre that has been poked and prodded in every which way for decades since Groundhog Day. If you’re looking for a summer flick filled with light laughs, this one is for you. In saying that though, Palm Springs also cynical and bittersweet at times.
I’m extremely grateful for my friends at armarolla literary journal who recently published an abridged version of my short horror screenplay Sirens featuring the stunning photography of Prague-based photographer Richard Hodonicky and Slovak dancer and performance artist Martin Talaga, who has believed in this project from day one – thank you. The new issue of the journal is dedicated to musings of love and features the work of talented writers from all over the world.
The much anticipated Christopher Nolan thriller Tenet has a new trailer and gives us a little more, but in typical Nolan style, a lot of the plot still remains a mystery.
Jiří Mádl’s heartfelt 2019 film On the Roof is now available to stream on Netflix in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Despite these being strange times, you’ve got to admire the hard work of creative geniuses like David Lynch that are putting their solitude to good use.
BlacKkKlansman director Spike Lee has just shared the first teaser trailer footage for his new film Da 5 Bloods, which will surely brighten up your quarantine as it’s going to Netflix!
Although far from perfect, the representation of women in film has improved in recent years. From Alex Garland’s female led sci-fi Annihilation to Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird, there are a lot of relatively recent films to remind you that women in film are here, and they’re here to stay. You should probably listen to what they have to say! The following are all (currently) available to stream in the Czech Republic. Get to it.
The Invisible Man is one of the best films of the year, and most certainly one of the best Blumhouse films, maybe ever. Extremely unsettling and Hitchcockian in nature, Leigh Whannell’s adaptation of the H.G. Wells classic is not only a masterful exercise in slow-burn suspense, but a chilling commentary on domestic abuse.
Woody Harrelson will come to town for the Prague International Film Festival Febiofest this March, which will take place from March 19 – 27.