The Glass Castle – The Journey is the Destination

By Julia Rost Contradiction to the extreme. This is how Jeanette Walls's ‘The Glass Castle’, based on her eponymous memoirs, beguiles its viewers, shocking and stunning them at the same time. The film follows the narrative of Jeanette Wall's (Brie Larsson) unstable childhood alongside three siblings, told by herself as a grown-up gossip columnist in … Continue reading The Glass Castle – The Journey is the Destination

Review: Stranger things season 2 – Children, Darkness, Death

By Tim Drenckhan The obscurity arrives in your Netflix account Retro lights, arcade games and mullets are bringing the 80s feeling back into your living room with the second season of Netflix’s highly anticipated TV show - Stranger Things. The darkness from another dimension is now back on its way to make the viewer feel … Continue reading Review: Stranger things season 2 – Children, Darkness, Death

Monster 821 2018 – Borgo Panigale’s brand to bring on the “New-Old-School” Monster

by Lorenzo Passon This year’s model of the classic Italian motorbike brand, a Greek’s “right-measure” in the category of naked motorcycles. Power, speed, reliability, manageability and fidelity to the classic design mixed into a modern style: that’s the new-born in the famous motorbike factory of Borgo Panigale. Every true rider knows that a motorbike is … Continue reading Monster 821 2018 – Borgo Panigale’s brand to bring on the “New-Old-School” Monster

Andreas Henneberg’s SEVENTEEN: An intense composition of creativity and perfectionism

There it is! Four years after his debut-album Mountain, the Berlin-based DJ and producer Andreas Henneberg has released his second album SEVENTEEN, containing 15 tracks, which move freely between Techno, Tech-House and House Music, and are perceptibly designed for energetic and dynamic nights on the dancefloor. This is very good news for everyone who already felt attracted to … Continue reading Andreas Henneberg’s SEVENTEEN: An intense composition of creativity and perfectionism

Murder on the Orient Express – a trip not worth taking

Both Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple, an old lady who happens to solve murders as a hobby, and Hercule Poirot, a very self-opinionated Belgian private detective, have become cult figures over time. It is therefore not surprising that many movies have been made from Christie’s crime novels – her book “Murder on the Orient Express”, which … Continue reading Murder on the Orient Express – a trip not worth taking