In a little town of Wall in England there is a wall with a crack in it. No one ever goes through it and it is guarded night and day so that no one can get through. No one really knows why that is, it has just been that way for years and years beyond the towns memory. One night a young man takes an adventure and slips past the guard (David Kelly) to see what might be there. On the other side were wonders to behold and a woman, Una (Kate Magowan) who is more beautiful then he ever imagined. That one nights tryst would change his life and the life of his family forever. The woman is very special, more special then he could ever imagine and she and him are destined to save a star and a kingdom with their love that night. This may be a fantasy film but it also a love story as well of 2 men and the women that they would spend the rest of their lives with. Read more...(784 words, 76 images, estimated 3:08 mins reading time)
This stars Mark Singer and Tonya Roberts with Ripp Torn as the evil sinister high priest of some cult. I forgot just how fun this movie really was, it had been so many years since I had seen it. I am so glad I got to see it yet again and will definitely be keeping a copy in my fantasy section on my DVD and Blu-ray shelves.
If truth be told this film was actually better then that of Conan the Barbarian, it just didn’t get as much press or as much funding but by and large it was a better film. It had a more coherent plot, more real characters and the only super human capability the lead character had was that of talking to animals and being able to see through their eyes. Don’t get me wrong, I like the Conan films but this one is just so much fun to watch. Read more...(310 words, 11 images, estimated 1:14 mins reading time)
There are many types of films that I like and I love to go back and see ones I have seen before. Of those that I never mind seeing again and again is that of Kiki’s Delivery Service from Studio Ghibli. It is an Japanese animated fantasy film produced, written, and directed by Hayao Miyazaki. Miyazaki really knows how to inspire an audience to get fully invested and involved with a film, even if I didn’t like Lupin The Third. He is truly a master of animation and does things more by hand then by computer production. His attention to detail is what truly brings his films alive. Read more...(702 words, 128 images, estimated 2:48 mins reading time)