Fantasy

January 13, 2020

White Christmas – A Musical fantasy

A 1954 American film, White Christmas is a musical film. The film got its directions by Michael Curtiz, storyline by Norman Krasna, Melvin Frank, and Norman Panama, and got produced by Robert Emmett Dolan.

Irving Berlin has given the music of the film, Frank Bracht has done the editing of the film, and Loyal Griggs has cinematographed the film, White Christmas.

The film was released under the production of the Paramount Pictures banner. The Paramount Pictures has done the distribution of the film and released it in the widescreen process, Vistavision in the United States on the 14th of October 1954. read more

November 24, 2019

Lucifer: Mysteries and Murders

Lucifer, an American tv series, premiered on 25th January 2016 on Fox television network. The television series was directed by Tom Kapinos which is dominantly based on DC Comics Character.

The cast starred in the Lucifer television series includes Tom Ellis as Lucifer, Lauren German as Detective Chloe Decker, D.B. Woodside as Amenadiel, Kevin Alejandro as Detective Daniel Espinoza, Rachel Harris as Dr. Linda Martin and Lesley-Ann Brandt as Mazikeen.

The series surrounds around Lucifer Morningstar, a devil that leaves his throne in hell just he was bored of his life. He spent his entire life cursing his father God(lmao) for throwing him into hell. He came to live in Los Angeles – the city of Angeles where he determined to understand more about humanity and soon he was convinced by Chloe to become the consultant for the Los Angeles Police Department to use his abilities and powers to solve some police cases and murder mysteries having law and justice with him. Lucifer also owns a nightclub in Los Angeles named Lux. Throughout his journey on Earth at Los Angeles, many ups and downs and threats came in his way and he ended falling in love with Chloe. In the passing time, many people came and understood the true nature of Lucifer. read more

January 25, 2020

How the Grinch Stole Christmas

A 2000 American comedy and dramatic Christmas fantasy film, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, is the first full-length film of Dr. Seuss’s book named How the Grinch Stole Christmas.

The film got its direction by Ron Howard, screenplay by Peter S. Seaman and Jeffrey Price, and produced by Ron Howard and Brian Grazer. The film was narrated by Anthony Hopkins, cinematographed by Don Peterman, Music by James Horner, and editing by Mike Hill and Dan Hanley. The film was accomplished under the Imagine Entertainment productions. read more

February 20, 2020

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

An American fantastic science fiction space themes film, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, is the first installment of the Star Wars sequel franchise following the Skywalker Saga’s seventh episode and 1983’s the Return of Jedi.

J.J. Abrams is the director and co-writer of the film. It was written by Michael Arndt and Lawrence Kasdan including J.J. Abrams and was produced by Kathleen Kennedy, Bryan Burk, and J.J. Abrams.

The film was distributed by the Motion Pictures and the Walt Disney Studios under the Bad Robot Productions and Lucasfilm Ltd Companies. It was released in the United States on the 18th of December 2015 and in the Los Aneles on the 14th of December 2015. read more

January 22, 2020

Frozen II – Fantastic 3-D Animation

An American 3d animated fantasy film, Frozen 2 or Frozen II, is a film by Walt Disney Animation Studios production.

It is the 58th animated film that is produced by the Walt Disney Studios Productions and is also the sequel of the film Frozen released in 2013.

It was directed by Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck and produced by Peter Del Vecho. The story of the film is written by Jennifer Lee, Kristen Anderson Lopez, Chris Buck, Marc E. Smith, and Robert Lopez.

The film was set after the release of the first film, Frozen. The film Frozen 2 is released in the United States on the 22nd of November 2019 by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures and worldwide in Hollywood at Dolby Theatre on the 7th of November 2019. read more

February 19, 2020

Star Wars: The Phantom Menace

An American epic space science fiction movie, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, is the first installment of the Star Wars prequel franchise.

The movie has George Lucas as director and writer, and Rick McCallum as the producer. It was distributed by the 20th Century Fox with a release on the 16th of May 1999 in Los Angeles and on the 19th of May 1999 in the United States.

The music was given by John Williams, the cinematography of the film was by David Tattersall, Editing by Ben Burtt and Paul Martin Smith under the Lucasfilm Ltd. production company. read more

April 27, 2020

Impulse – a science fiction genre

An American television series, Impulse is a drama and science fiction genre series. The series is the adaptation of the novel by Steven Gould of the same name as Impulse. Jeffrey Lieber is the developer of the series and Deru is the composer.

The series, Impulse is produced by Michael Pendell and Kim Todd as the producers. It also includes Jeffrey Lieber, Doug Liman, Gene Klein, David Bartis, and Lauren LeFranc as the executive producers of the series.

Ontario in Canada is the production location of the series, Impulse. Colin Hoult and David Greene are the cinematographers of the series and also includes Christopher S. Capp, Tamara Luciana, and Doc Crotzer as the editors of the series. The series, Impulse is produced under the Universal Cable Productions and the Hypnotic production company banners. read more

April 9, 2020

Van Helsing – A Dark fantasy genre

An American-Canadian television series, Van Helsing is the horror, drama, action, and dark fantasy genre series. The series is based on the Helsing graphic novel by Zenescope Entertainment and was created by Neil LaBute.

David Winning is the director of the series and Rich Walters is the composer of the series. The series, Van Helsing was produced by Chris Rudolph with Zadoc Angell, Chris Regina, Dan March, Simon Barry, Mike Frislev, Dave Brown, Evan Tylor, Michael Nankin, Neil LaBute, and Chad Oakes as the executive producers. read more

February 22, 2020

Star Wars: A New Hope (Episode IV)

A 1977 American fantastic space fiction film, Star Wars: A New Hope, is the fourth episode of the Skywalker Saga and the first installment of the Star Wars trilogy.

The film got its script and direction by George Lucas and was produced by Gary Kurtz. The music was given by John Williams, editing done by Paul Hirsch, Richard Chew, & Marcia Lucas, and cinematography by Gilbert Taylor.

The Lucasfilm Ltd. produced the film, IV episode of Star Wars: A New Hope. The 20th Century Fox distributed the film and released it in the United States on the 25th of May 1977. read more