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.



Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse Review

Some would argue that if you had seen one Tom Clancy movie or read one of the books you had seen and read them all. This sums it up in essence and this is how you should approach watching this movie. Temper your expectations. We are actually off to a quite decent start, following John on his mission to extract a CIA asset from hostile grounds. The mission goes sideways in a way due to incomplete b...[Read More]



The Mitchells vs the Machines Review

What a silly movie! Let me just say this movie is best viewed with your kids/family. It’s funny, it’s silly and at times adorable. The use of silly YouTube clips and the comic style action bubbles paired with the kind of weird animation style works. “The noses are funny, in a good way”, said my son and he liked the pig, I mean pug, of course. Who wouldn’t. So what is ...[Read More]

*Updated – Basic Instinct 4K Theatrical/Blu-ray Re-Release

The thriller that made Sharon Stone the sex symbol of the 90s is heading back to theatres with an all-new 4K restoration! Studiocanal requested the restoration of the full-length version of the film (not the North America release) from the original 35mm negative. Paul Verhoeven, the director, supervised the project and Rialto Pictures will handle the distribution in the US. The 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ra...[Read More]



Love and Monsters – Review

When I first saw the title I thought, well that’s going to be a cheesy movie. In the end it turned out to be quite enjoyable which left me pleasantly surprised. Joel (Dylan O’Brien) the protagonist, is going on a classical “Hero’s Journey” overcoming all obstacles in a post apocalyptic supersized monster world to reunite with his love Aimee (Jessica Henwick). I liked ...[Read More]



Thunder Force – Review

A new release on Netflix and currently #3 in France “Thunder Force” written and directed by Ben Falcone is up front and center on everyone’s dashboard and so it is not surprising that by sheer viewer numbers, this pops into the top 10. It will as quickly drop out of it though since it is simply not a good movie, mediocre at best with a few less mediocre moments and pop culture re...[Read More]

Super ‘Superman’ To Fly Again

Wouldn’t it be super? A man, more than a man, a superman! One worth watching for a change? Christopher Nolan and his wife Emma Thomas may be just the ones who can help with that! They brought us Batman Begins and The Dark Knight, so who can argue with that?

Hulk Smashes – The Avengers!

Well not really smashes THEM, but according to Superhero Hype a upcoming issue of SFX magazine has an interview with Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige where he mention’s and confims that The Hulk will make an appearance in the upcoming 2012 movie The Avengers. Superhero Hype – Feige talked about how Iron Man, Iron Man 2 (May 7), Thor (May 6, 2011) and The First Avenger: Captain Amer...[Read More]

Sly Clarifies Rambo 5 Storyline

It seems there is much confusion about RAMBO 5, what it is about and what it is not about. Sly clarifies in his RABMLO voice mail and sets the record straight!

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