Online-Musik-Magazin im Bereich Metal, Rock und Gothic mit News,Reviews, Liveberichten, Interviews und Hintergrundartikeln. Nach dem bereits hochgelobten „Oceanborn“ sollte „Wishmaster“, das dritte Nach dem eher religiös geprägten zweiten Album wandten sich die Finnen auf „Wishmaster“ einem breiteren, REVIEW NIGHTWISH - HUMAN. Kritik, Inhaltsangabe & Meinung zu Wishmaster () von ▻ Wertung: 0/10 ▻ Reviews zu Filmen, Serien & Games + DVD-/Blu-ray-News.
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GefГhl und ohne Wishmaster Review mit kostenlosem Casinobonus spielen kannst. - Interessante Artikel:Für mich ist Wishmaster ein unglaubliches Meisterwerk, vor allem der Song "Fantasmic" der das ganze Repertoire dieser Band ausschöpft. Review zu Nightwish - Wishmaster. The Kinslayer, 3. Come Cover Me, 4. Wanderlust, 5. Two For Tragedy, 6. Wishmaster, 7. Bare Grace Misery, 8. Crownless, 4: Review zu Wishmaster von Nightwish. Nach dem überragendem „Oceanborn“ lastete natürlich ein großer Erwartungs- und Erfolgsdruck auf. "Wishmaster" ist somit genau der Nachfolger geworden, den man sich erhoffen durfte. Die Kurve zeigt auch weiterhin ganz Reviews. Review (This is a reupload of an old blip video)Please like and Subscribe, If you enjoyed the videoTumblr: alejandroandmartin.com Fan Page: https://w. 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. 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. 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 features a genie as an evil entity which is a new and refreshing take, that gives us a less common horror experience. Now the Djinn is not just able to cast his havoc whenever he wishes, he needs people to actually wish for something before he can do anything.
000,- Wishmaster Review Boni Wishmaster Review 250! - NIGHTWISH - WishmasterThe Kinslayer 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 .
This release gets new cover artwork and a slipcover case for its physical representation. The film features some gate wobble during credit scenes which is otherwise unnoticeable during the film itself.
Audio is presented on this disc in 2. Still, no issues with the sound besides equalizing problems. One features director Robert Kurtzman and screenwriter Peter Atkins, another with Kurtzman, Andrew Divoff, and Tammy Lauren very cool inclusion , and the last is an isolated film score with select interview moments with composer Harry Manfredini.
This adds a lot of bonus content to the film, and the isolated score is a recommended listen at least for the interview.
But there are over two hours of bonus content besides the commentaries as well. Besides the new interviews, there is also the inclusion of a vintage EPK and an old making-of featurette that adds additional content to this release.
Theatrical trailers, radio spots, a still and storyboard gallery, and behind-the-scenes footage round of supplemental material.
For brevity, I ask you refer to the above review. The film does get a 5. Color vibrance is quite good, with some heavy green hues during outdoor shots.
Audio on this disc is a 2. Again, some heavy grain presence but overall a solid image with some nice color vibrance. For special features, we get two different audio commentaries.
Also included is a vintage behind-the-scenes featurette showing the filming of various scenes, about seven minutes in length. The video transfers are good but not spectacular, but at least Vestron includes numerous special features for the first film and audio commentaries for the subsequent releases.
Like our site? Give us some coffee or beer money! 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. To me, it was the quintessence of what could possibly be good about an album.
The combination of up-beat speedy symphonic powermetal with the beautiful operatic voice of Tarja made me wish that my progeny would be spawned from Tarja's womb.
Expecting Nightwish to grow artistically from Oceanborn to Wishmaster as much as they had grown from Angels Fall First to Oceanborn But if we ignore these two relatively petty reasons, objectify and take distance from them, then we can proceed to the real reason I'm not ejaculating over this album as no doubt many fanboys are still wont to do.
That reason being that Wishmaster actually is less good than Oceanborn. What captivated me about Oceanborn, was how everything was a whole.
The artwork, the lyrics, the atmosphere, it all in combination with the theme made for an album where every song had it's own appeal, and every song swept you off your feet and took you away, to either a walk in the air, or biblical stories.
Melody, rythm, vocals all worked in unison to give you a near orgasmic experience. Well, at least for me. With Wishmaster, I sooner get the feeling the songs are all just vehicles for Tarja's voice.
Having soared to popularity after releasing Oceanborn, much on the grace of having Tarja in the ranks, I can understand how they wished to give Tarja all the room she needed in the song-compositions.
But where on Oceanborn, she was an equal-status member of the group, on Wishmaster she is elevated above the others in order to emphasize her presence.
She hasn't been put stronger in the mix or anything at least not much. Yet instead of combining her vocal melodies with synth and guitar-melodies for some sort of super-melody, like on Oceanborn, on Wishmaster it's Tarja, and the rest accompany her vocal melody with the same melody.
And that's the whole problem: the rest of the band is being relegated to being Tarja's support. Song structures seemed geared towards giving Tarja the right time and place to do her thing.
When she's not singing, the band is busy doing a bridge to the next part where Tarja sings, and the band just acts as rythm-section during her parts.
I'd almost accuse Nightwish of selling out, as pop-music is the form of music where the band is unimportant in comparison to the vocalist and the vocalist's melody lines.
Of course, now I'm not being fair to Nightwish. It's the dissapointment thing talking partly, and even I have to admit this album is far from being crap.
This actually is a fine album, with nice tunes. And Tarja, for not being a real opera singer, does quite a nice job.
It's just that since the whole doesn't mesmerize me like before because of aforementioned reasons, one notices small things that wouldn't bother otherwise.
For example, the production is crisp, but Tarja and the synths are a tiny bit too dominant; they get a gimmicky air about them this way. If I had to pick a favorite on this album it would be the titletrack.
It's the song that in my opinion is most like their work on Oceanborn, and coincidentally the song that captivates me the most.
It even has a solo, and the melody-interplay is interesting. Concluding, I must note that many people actually like Wishmaster over Nightwish' previous work.
I'm not one to question the validity of other people's opinions; they probably liked the new set-up. In my opinion, this is still an enjoyable album, that rises with head and shoulders above the mediocre.
Sadly, it does not rise up enough to be among the greats. And the genre of symphonic power metal with operatic female vocals isn't that big anyway..
PS: The bonustrack is Sleepwalker. It's the track with which Nightwish entered into the Finnish National Songcontest.
They got first place with the publics' vote, but the 'professional' judges made it second. Needless to say Finland lost the Eurovision Songcontest BADLY that year, and Nightwish could've made the big surprise the EVSC needed, as every year dramatically mediocre artists win.
The song Sleepwalker isn't a regular Nightwish track, in that it utilizes a drumcomputer for the main beat, and some drumming is overlaid on top of that.
The synths are held beck instead of dominant, more apropiate to contemporary pop. Tarja's vocals do carry the song.
It forgoes headbangability, yet carries the Nightwish atmosphere. This was my first taste of Nightwish, continuing and finishing the style begun on "Oceanborn".
This album is more clear cut, and is the most accessible Nightwish release, so a very good starting point for getting into this band.
Everything that made the last release so incredible is back, but the songwriting has taken a more poppy twist, with more catchy hooks, lighter and bouncier to an extent melodies and straightforward song structures Though they do this without sacrificing interesting and well put together metal songs.
An admirable collection of songs, lacking the same adventurous attitude of "Oceanborn" but certainly hitting the spot in the same way.
It still captures the energy of "Oceanborn" but the songs change moods more often reminding more of "Angels Fall First", and is a little more swung towards the guitars taking centre stage, though not so much that it alters the direction any great deal.
It is still an enchanting ride, that I have come to expect from Nightwish and loses no power despite the songs losing a little richness. Songs like "She Is My Sin" and "Wishmaster" showcase the unrelenting energy so ever present, while "Two For Tragedy" and "Dead Boy's Poem" continue the more soothing tracks in the same pattern as on the "Oceanborn" album.
But then again, this is essentially more of the same with just a more simple and to the point approach. There's buckets of guts, as expected, but it lacks the kind of arch knowingness, pacing or sumptuous sets which punctuate other Craven outings.
And with some truly dreadful dialogue thrown in on top much of which is thankfully drowned out by the decidedly dodgy soundtrack , this is one flick that should have stayed bottled.
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Wishmaster searches for horror in the exploits of a supernatural being -- one whose powers, alas, evidently do not include the ability to summon a compelling script.
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All Critics 33 Top Critics 8 Fresh 9 Rotten Owen Gleiberman. Sends viewers screaming into the lobby demanding refunds.
Marc Savlov. An extravaganza of bad special effects and worse acting. Peter Stack. My best advice to anyone reading this review -- even someone who considers himself or herself a fan of horror movies -- is to stay away.
James Berardinelli. Chris Hewitt UK. It will be of interest to none but goreheads, who are likely to find the gore rather cheesy. Jeff Millar.
David Nusair. Little of it makes sense, but the djinn's powers of deception are quite humorous and the look of the picture is unexpectedly impressive.
Mike Massie. 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.
Nathanael Hood. It starts well enough, with a Hellraiser-esque moment, but soon dissolves into expected horror trope, after horror trope, before an ending that renders the entire movie defunct and unnecessary.
Kat Hughes. Some of us started our journey with Wishmaster and through its unbridled sense of silliness; it is our 'classic', our entrance to the genre.
What more could we wish for? Luke Spafford. Stefan Birgir Stefansson. Top Box Office. Critics SIGN UP LOG IN. Home Box Office TV DVD MORE.Jenny O'Hara Wendy Derleth. She Is My Sin, Two For Tragedy, and Bare Grace Misery are amazing. Owen Gleiberman.