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Some Thoughts on Star Trek Into Darkness

So Star Trek Into Darkness is a thing that released recently, and being as I went to see it at the cinema this last weekend and I haven't really written anything in a while I thought I'd jot some of them there words down about it! (Possibl...

 
 
 
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Community Blog: Modern Horror and Believability

[Flixist Community Member Panzadolphin56 wrote an awesome blog about modern horror movies and the need of Fiction and Science Fiction to rely on a sense of realism, and you should read it! Write your own Community Blog and you could be feat...

 
 
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Speaking My Language: Context Specific!

[Flixist community member Panzadolphin56 wrote us an awesome blog about some of his experiences and thoughts about the uses of subtitles in movies. He did a great job! What do you think about subtitles? Let us know in your own community blo...

 
 
 

The Creativity Gap and Sci-Fi

So, it came to me the other day that there's a certain lack of creative ambition when it comes to mainstream film-making, it certainly seems like there are now more small-time films being made than ever on niche subjects but the big studios...

 
 
 
 

Prometheus and How Less is Sometimes More

So, I joined Flixist about a week or so ago, and have been mulling over what I want to write my first blog here about, and after discarding my initial ideas – the metric system, elephants, how David Hasselhoff gets his hair looking so dam...

 
 
 


About Panzadolphin56one of us since 3:09 PM on 07.02.2012



Hello!

I am a UK person, I came to Flixist from yonder Dtoid *gestures at distant mirage* because I like films and would like to moan about films and/or find out about all the upcoming movies that may have skin on show in them! :D

When it comes to films I think I'd probably describe myself as someone with very particular tastes - I tend to split what I like between films I like for their artistic merit and the themes they discuss, and then films I like for their comedic or entertainment value.

I'm a pretty big sci-fi/horror/cyberpunk fan, so films like Alien, Aliens, Blade Runner and Terminator are some of my favourites. I also like a lot of post-modern or experimental stuff, body-horror is interesting, and I like films that subvert genres and convention in some way.