Writing for Behemoth

A Place for My Ideas

As a guilty pleasure, I took few of RPGs very seriously due to their interesting, and immersive story. In other words, I only played them for their stories and plots; as a replacement for a book or to be more precise a novel.

Read more...

The Witcher 3, in comparison to Witcher 2, has borrowed many of its themes, main storylines, and atmosphere from The Witcher 1.

Read more...

The very first time I heard Doris Lessing's name was in 2007, the same year she won the Nobel Prize in Literature.

Read more...

I’d like to stroll around and listen to my favourite music and hopefully to another chapter of God Delusion audio-book by Dawkins; towards Kypegården Lake, Borås.

Read more...

Paradoxically; as an atheist, I have many good memories from Gustav Adolf Church in Borås…

Read more...

Stranger than Fiction (2006) is one of the most intelligent films, I’ve ever seen. Moreover, I consider it as a remarkable and outstanding humanist movie.

Read more...

I really love the ZA/UM's game: Disco Elysium. As many critics, and players have already pointed out it is one of the best role-playing-game ever made. A true gem that you had to wait since 1999 after playing the Planescape: Torment.

Read more...

I watched the “Your Name (2016)” in the cinema. I know Makoto Shinkai’s works, and I always put “5 cm per second” as one of my favourite animation films. And I certainly enjoyed “Your Name” on the big screen! And with all the awful animation films and another car sequel to look forward; I shouldn't say anything bad about “Your Name”. But the primary four reasons caused me to write this review:

Read more...

The Witcher: Enhanced Edition has a coherent and well-thought atmosphere throughout the game which is cohesive and compelling. The factor that mostly dragged me to The Witcher: Enhanced Edition is its hidden depth and beautiful soundtracks which I liked in Morrowind too.

Read more...

I adore the Trois Couleurs (Trilogie) films by Krzysztof Kieślowski. The Three Colours Trilogy: Blue, White and Red, represent the French Revolution ideals and slogans: “Liberty”, “Equality” and “Fraternity” respectfully in our modern time.

Read more...