rafenew.world – The Book Episode IV Part One

The wait is over! All my full movie reviews are now available in print:

Not the book you need. But the book you deserve!

rafenew.world – The Book Episode IV Part One (Cover)

Order your copy now! (Printed on demand)

Or get it in a Book shop of your chosing via ISBN: 978-3-7519-9952-6

About the Book

This defining movie guide and blog companion contains a plethora of equally passionate and subjective movie reviews published by the title-giving nerd on his blog rafenew.world between 2015 and 2020.
The second chapter gathers even more (German) pieces written for his former website nidwirkli.ch between 2003 and 2006. Some of the older texts may not have aged too well. But they bear not only witness to the coming of age of the author’s writing style, taste and character – they document two decades worth of evolution in cinema, pop-culture and society itself.
Each one of the more than 160 articles comes with its own QR Code, providing an interactive experience including free videos, graphics and even more digital content available on rafenew.world.
Being first and foremost a vanity project, this title delivers hours and hours of reading material, opinions, trivia, callbacks and, most important, fun for everyone lucky enough to have been a child in the eighties.

About the Author

Raphael Röthlin – designer and software engineer by trade, nerd at heart – was born and raised in a small Swiss farming village. Today he works and lives in the city, in a nice apartment – without a cat, but making the best of the situation.

Ordner now and enjoy!

Biannual Regional Socks Reunion 2020

––– Breaking News –––

During the closing ceremonies of this year’s Biannual Regional Socks Reunion disturbing footage has surfaced: The shocking document strongly supports recent allegations that rafeman – a member of the highest echelons here at rafenew.world – has failed at adulting.

Graphic Content – Viewer Discretion Advised!

Confronted with the fact that this year at least ten socks were abandoned and left unpaired, rafeman declined comment on the situation and left the premises. Neither did he chose to clarify why he owns approximately 100 pairs of socks in various colors and specifications.

Rumors that a new, untested app (that was supposed to support the more than 1600 volunteers in pairing the socks) was responsible for the disaster were neither confirmed nor denied.

Our thoughts here at rafenew.world go out to all the single socks out there.
You’re not alone alone.