If the terms cult, B movie and camp value mean anything good to you then the newly revamped Cines Luna will definitely interest you. The recently closed cinema was reopened at the beginning of the year—reportedly by the eclectic arts and culture organizer Pelonio—with the aim of creating a different [...]
Articles written by: Daniel Sz.
El Botin, a renowned Restaurant in Madrid For its owners and many of its customers El Botin is more than a restaurant: it’s an institution that comprises history, fame, longevity and tradition. Part of this solemnity is explained by the fact that after holding its place on calle de los Cuchilleros [...]
One of the oldest and most recurring tales in the Western world—the legend has its origins in the middle ages—gets dressed up 21st century style in Ridley Scotts new film starring Russell Crow and Cate Blanchet. Robin Hood’s evolving presence in cinema is such that it is only surpassed by [...]
Very loosely based on Dostoevsky’s short story White Nights, Two Lovers is at heart a tale about a young man’s inner struggles of choosing between comfortable and easy love and obsessive passion. The great actor Joaquin Phoenix plays Leonard Kraditor, who moves back in to his old Brooklyn home after a [...]