Alexander Ipfelkofer

Alexander has been around the internet since some time (FidoNet anyone?) and has been an avid cineast for even longer, with over a decade of stage acting and almost two decades in the computer game business and over four decades of IT and entertainment media experience, which is to say, he watched countless movies and series and played way too many video games on too many platforms. He currently resides near Paris, France and has gotten back into writing, when he is not out fishing with his son.

4K, No Time to Die 4K

The latest instalment in the James Bond franchise, No Time to Die, will debut on 4K UltraHD Blu-ray, Blu-ray and DVD from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment in a collector’s edition on December 21st. Just in time for Christmas. The 4K and Blu-ray will come with a Dolby Atmos track, and while the press release doesn’t say what flavor of HDR we’re getting we are at least getting...[Read More]

Lightyear – Teaser Trailer

Not only did Pixar release the trailer for Lightyear they also unveiled the first poster. Check out a brand-new trailer for Disney and Pixar’s “Lightyear,” an original feature film releasing June 17, 2022. The sci-fi action-adventure presents the definitive origin story of Buzz Lightyear—the hero who inspired the toy—introducing the legendary Space Ranger who would win generations of fans. Chris E...[Read More]



Free Guy (2021) Review

Catchphrase. Review Point 1, something funny here, add third point. There, review done! Hold on a minute! So this is a silly movie. Yes. It’s also a funny movie. Yes. Which is good, a good movie. I would say yes. But? But yes, it’s just that. All fluff. Nothing wrong with fluff. We all need fluff sometimes. Blue Shirt Guy needs fluff, too. At times, I felt like watching the Lego Movie,...[Read More]



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Dear Future Children (2021) – Review

Every once in a while there’s a film that will stick with you for a long time. “Dear Future Children”, Franz Böhm’s debut feature length documentary about three young activists from Chile, Hong Kong and Uganda certainly will have that effect on many and rightly so. This is an important film, that comes at a critical time. The doc tackles youth activism through the lens of y...[Read More]



Nightbooks (2021)

Nightbooks is squarely aimed at a younger audience and as such I watched it with my son and it was good fun albeit quite scary at times and the Netflix 7+ rating is a bit too low I would say, it’s more like 10+. Age ratings aside, Nightbooks can be enjoyed by young and old audiences, even more so together, regardless of the rather simplistic plot and obvious outcome, it still provides enough...[Read More]



Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021) – Review

You can call Marvel movies formulaic all you want, Shang-Chi sure follows its formula to the letter and it’s just fun to watch. It entertains from beginning to end and you happily sit through all the credits for that after credits scene. Some might argue, that you can have it cheaper and watch it at home, sure. However, Shang-Chi is also beautifully choreographed and the stunning fight scene...[Read More]



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Kate (2021) – Review

Mary Elizabeth Winstead stars as Kate, a kick-ass assassin and we start out with her getting ready for a hit without any exposition, we jump right in and when she is about to take the shot, her mark has a child with him and so she wants to abort as it is against the code but her higher ups, insist she takes the shot and ultimately she does, twice, one in the neck and one in the head, shown graphic...[Read More]



Dune (2021) Review

It’s been ages that I read Frank Herbert’s classic SciFi novel “Dune” so I can’t tell you how accurate or not Denis Villeneuve’s version is, what I can tell you though is that it’s a visual feast, one that you will want to watch at the biggest possible screen near you, preferably an IMAX. Did I mention that it is a visual masterpiece? I did? Well, let me t...[Read More]

WOAH! First Trailer for The Matrix Resurrections is HERE

I am SOLD. That is all. Seriously. Just watch the trailer. The film reunites original stars Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss as Neo and Trinity with a bunch of newcomers to the franchise and based on this trailer I’m all in. Lana Wachowski tackled the directing duties solo this time around.



Mogul Mowgli Review

Mogul Mowgli starts in medias res on stage with Zed, a Brit-Pakistani Rapper (Riz Ahmed) enthralling his audience with his rap verse. The choice of camerawork and the full frame aspect ratio gives it this raw authentic feel that not everyone will like and hits you hard right off the bat. It is clear that this is not a comfortable film to watch, is it a good film, though? I would argue that it is a...[Read More]

4K Release Announced for The Green Knight

Lionsgate and A24 will release the Dev Patel and Alicia Vikander starring The Green Knight on October 12th on 4K Ultra High-Definition, Blu-ray and Digital platforms. Here’s what extra features Boldest of Blood and Wildest of Heart: Making The Green Knight Practitioners of Magic: Visual Effects Illuminating Technique: Title Design Theatrical Trailer

Anthony Mackie will star in Captain America 4

Anthony Mackie, the actor who starred in six Marvel movies as the Falcon and in the Disney+ series “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”, has signed a deal to be the new Captain America in the upcoming Captain America 4 film. Source: Deadline

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