Live: South Club charmed Prague

Korean band South Club is an amazingly interesting project dangling between alternative rock, blues, and grunge, something commercially unusual for Korean music market known internationally, which makes it more special. During their second European tour, South Club came to the Czech Republic and performed at a club called Nová Chmelnice, typically hard rock venue served […]

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The Princess Diarist: For curious and sad

How do I talk about The Princess Diarist? I think I will start with dividing the book into two parts, the book itself is actually divided into three. But my separating this book into two, is not its content, but rather by the group of people that should read the last book of late and […]

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Game of Thrones: Live Experience

Back when, my friend, who is an enormous and very devoted Hans Zimmer fan showed me this piece of music and told me, “this is Ramin Djawardi, he’s working under Hans”. Slowly but surely, this beautiful name was becoming more and more known and more and more independent from Hans Zimmer. Although while distinctive, you […]

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Annihilation: Witness the Evolution

I knew about the film of course, but before that, I didn’t really know about the trilogy of books written by Jeff Vandermeer, despite them actually being already translated into the Czech language. I suppose I spend too many hours diving into the fantasy realms that I am missing out on a lot of post-apocalyptic […]

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In Company of Mark Gatiss |Febiofest 2018 – Day 1

Despite being to only one screening on my first day of this festival, it was a big one. Before telling you all about the project and meeting the brilliant Mark Gatiss I want to warn you, not for spoilers, but for length and depth of this article. Mr. Gatiss flew from England with the project […]

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Beowulf (J.R.R.Tolkien): Fantasy Before Its Time

There are many authors who were fascinated by this medieval poem depicting the Danes, their kings and legends. Like many works of fiction, even Beowulf is roughly based on kings who lived before the time this book was written. Roughly dated back to the year 1000 AD, although many professors date the manuscript to an […]

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