I sometimes wonder if J.R.R Tolkien was as surprised by the journey of his hobbit as the hobbit was himself. Even though the original novel was not called “An unexpected journey” and this name was only later given to the first film made about the book, I think it still captures the essence of the […]Read more "The character, an unexpected journey"
In anticipation of the “Batman VS Superman – dawn of justice” movie coming out in the nearer future, I had a few thoughts about the two characters mauling in my head. But before I get into that, I just have to sidetrack myself. Is that really the title of the movie? Man! It’s such a […]Read more "Batman and Superman: Opposite but the same"
A creative concept that I totally love, is the space western. The genre makes total sense in itself, the wild west was the final frontier, the wild, the place where you had to earn a living by the sweat of your brow and the quick-draw of your six-shooter! Space, and the idea of space travel […]Read more "Where the space cowboys at?"
In my opinion, most creatives are doing time travelling “wrong”. Allow me to explain: In essence, there is only two ways in which time traveling can really work: Fixed timeline time traveling This is the kind of time travel you get in the books “Hitchhiker’s guide to the galaxy”, or movie “Twelve monkeys”. Basically, you […]Read more "A rant about time travelling"
I love music, I always have, who doesn’t? Music is what inspires us to so much more, music sets a tone (no pun intended), a mood. How empty movies, games or even commercials would be without music? Every creative mind needs their fill of some good music. I have come to love soundtracks of all […]Read more "Inspirational music for the creative mind"
Yes, I know, it has been done like a million times – and yet somehow I feel like there is no other way for me to kick off my blog on fantasy than with a post on the lord of the rings. I am quite firm in my opinion that J.R.R Tolkien was the most […]Read more "A comparitive look at the Lord of the rings books and movies"