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Wishmaster Review Vestron Video Blu-Ray Review VideoWishmaster (1997) - Blood Splattered Cinema (Horror Movie Review) Nathanael Hood Nate Hood Reviews January 19, The joy of Wishmaster [is that] it's a game to see if the audience can out-think and out-predict what the Djinn will do and how he'll do it. Wishmaster is not ordinary film, the special effect may be a bit static and outdated but the concept was great, typical Craven film with lots of new ideas all fused together. Wishmaster had a great opening scene despite the cheesy special effects but the film goes a little downhill after that. I like the gore but sometimes it was just too much, a bittersweet reaction on my part. 6.) Wishmaster Excellent. Very driving, powerful chants from Tarja, and an incredibly awesome guitar riff from Emppo. There's a lot of rhythm guitar excellence to be had here, and the tightness of Jukka's drumming is also very apparent. Wishmaster Review. Never has there been a more obvious film embodiment of the phrase “be careful what you wish for” than Wishmaster, the horror feature from director Robert Kurtzman. I think Wishmaster is one of the better albums of Nightwish. Wishmaster has the bombastic tracks that we expect from Nightwish and the catchy choruses used by many bands, yet after a while things begin to become repetitive. At the beginning of the album every song has its own voice to it. She is My Sin displays Tarja’s vocals beautifully as does Wanderlust. The Kinslayer has a perfect balance of .
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CULT THROWBACK: Critters 2. Now Week Month. See all results. Amazon Share Tweet. The Wishmaster Collection features a nice combo-pack of all four Wishmaster films; however, only two out of four are actually good.
Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies. Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell. Wishmaster 4: The Prophecy Fulfilled.
Reader Rating 0 Votes. The Good. All four films in one Blu-Ray collection. Hours of special features for Wishmaster and Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies.
The Bad. Transfer on the first two films is good but not great. Wishmaster 3 and 4 just aren't good films.
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Start typing to see results or hit ESC to close. The Kinslayer — another majestic start with keyboards, at the very first reminiscing of the previous song, but soon it stands apart.
The vocal lines are great, making it a chain that when sung sounds almost wicked. The same tune maintains itself almost all of the song, but for a part that is like a dialogue between Tarja and another voice.
The lyrics are about the Columbine High School Massacre on April 20th, Amazing song. But the moment Tarja enters the keyboard tune is really catchy, greatly composed.
The guitar part before the chorus is great. The chorus is good, although not as others in the album. It is a happy song, Tarja and the lyrics seem like a plaything of innocence.
The lyrics are about the urge to travel and see the world; much like the disease that afflict the kender race of Halflings in DragonLance universe.
The chorus is melodic and alluring. In the second half there is a great guitar riffing. Worthy song. Two for Tragedy — the ballad of the album.
The lines feel a little forced at times. A flute gives a nice addition to the song, along with a keyboard.
The second part continues the same but for drums and bass, and a lead guitar. Wishmaster — starting with the chorus, the title song is a fan favorite.
The guitar riffing is slithering towards great and fast melody. The lyrics contain references to The Lord of the Rings Elbereth and Lorien and more for DragonLance Sla-Mori, meaning secret path; Starbreeze, last name of Princess Alhana of the Silvanesti elves; Silvara, the name of a silver dragon; and Shalafi, meaning master ; and I think its about yearning for a fantasy world.
The solo is simple, yet great. Being the title track, it cannot be bad but great. Bare Grace Misery — a direct start with keyboard tune of the chorus.
It is a good song. Crownless — the one I dislike. Not that it is a bad song, its actually good; the chorus is catchy, the melody is good.
Comprehensible since Mr. Excellent track. It truly sets the pace for the mood of the song; then the chorus just traps you in, with a melody sure to stay in the mind.
After the second chorus, the Dead Boy reads his poem, truly melancholic; and the solo enters. After another reading, the final part comes in.
With a different tune than the rest of the song, it maintains the feeling, but I prefer the first part. Just two words: instant classic.
Fantasmic — the longest track and album closer, it is divided into three parts. Part one starts magnificently with organ-like keyboards, and a great guitar tune.
The vocal lines and keyboard tunes are enticing. Part two is extremely different at the beginning with the vocals prevailing, with a drum sounding like a romantic novel or soap opera; then with a guitar.
The vocals follow the same speed, and the song ends with the same ending as part one. Truly brilliant piece of music. Its unfair to judge an album as the sum of its parts although in my reviews I check song by song, but anyway since an album is an individual piece of music, which songs are tied together by a single concept.
Extremely recommendable for those wishing to know Nightwish, and an obvious must for symphonic power metal fans. Also his lyrical themes are very personal, full of feeling and emotions, reaching into corniness at times.
As a whole, the Nighwish concept really states that metal is a form of open expression, escaping the lame-ass stereotype of violence and aggressiveness.
I hope I make my point clear by saying that metal bands incorporate elements of other genres giving metal a more elaborate and complex prism of musical creation.
So, is this metal? Yes, it is music, it is metal. I'm so in love with this great album and it deserve to get higher reviews. To me as the first experiance, it was awesome.
So far I have all the Nightwish albums except "Once" and "Over The Hills I guess this is Nightwish's shining moment and it has great songs.
Still, I don't know which is my favorite song on this awesome album. I love Tarja and I think she's the greatest female vocals in the metal genre.
Opera and metal. Great mixture to make this album rock. Let me go over the tracks. She Is My Sin: A great openner with heavy drum beats in the beginning.
This one I guess the heaviest song on the album. Then, Tarja comes in to seduce the listener by the magic of her voice.
Great chorus and a short solo. The theme behind the lyrics is interesting. The incident back in of the Colorado shooting. I liked the conversation going on in the middle of this song between the killer and the student.
This is a basic love song and it is really great. Damn, Tarja sings well in this one, that'll she capture your heart.
Awesome song. Well, it is nice song, but the majority skip this track, but I don't. A cool chorus and nice keyboard solo in the end.
Sure it isn't metal, but it is great. It is a ballad and I really enjoyed it. The solo is nice in the near end.
Nice operatic vocals sung by this goddess. It's heavy, great chorus and outstanding solos. I think this is the people's majority favortie on this album and I don't blame them, because it's amazing.
I love it when Tarja sings a seduction or an evil song. She sounds really scary and beautiful. This is a good track.
What can I say more! Great keyboards and amazing chorus. Very good performed and it is one of the favorites on this album and Tarja sings well as usual.
It is an atmospheric song and it makes you feel that you are next to the big sea. Nice vocals. The chorus is great and you cannot negative it.
Too bad they only have the chorus twice, but that doesn't matter. In the middle of the boy's conversation, a great solo to cut off his speech. I love Nightwish's epics.
This song is divided into 3 parts. First, a rocky one, second, a calmer one, and finally, gets to get heavier with a great finish to this wonderful made album.
I like it more than Oceanborn don't get me wrong, but Oceanborn is great and I recommand any listener to start from this album, if they want to start listening to Nightwish.
Tarja is a goddess! The first reason is relatively petty: the label went anal about the distribution of the limited edition, and in essence denied me a chance to aquire it via normal channels.
Having learned my lesson previously when other big bands released an album and shortly thereafter released a new version with bonustracks, and knowing Spinefarm did the same with Oceanborn, I waited till I got a chance to get the version with the full tracklisting.
That it never came around Holland is the reason I'm still going with the mp3 rips of the version that does include Sleepwalker, the limited edition bonus.
I advocate shooting labelmanagers that do this to sell extra cds to the fans who are completionists when it comes to material.
The second reason this album was relatively dissapointing, is that I completely worshipped Oceanborn. And, needless to say, these aren't of the Robin Williams variety.
As a reworking of the old "careful what you wish for" concept, and that one slip of the tongue or an irrational thought could prove disastrous, Wishmaster has legs but is left utterly hamstrung by the mediocre pile of tosh that follows.
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