Review Maze is a site that naturally is going to offer you reviews. But in addition, we are publishing also articles, opinions and even some literary works. We are not trying to follow some Internet or other trends and when writing we attempt to be as objective as possible. For the short time period that has passed since we've started to publish actively on the Review Maze website in the fall of 2010, we've been already seeing some returning visitors to our blog so we believe we are on the right track.
We attempt to write stuff mainly in the field of our interests and (let's hope) our competence. Hopefully, we have a variety of interests so we have plenty to write about. You cannot expect that our site is going to cycle around one topic with endless and spammy posts on it, what is unfortunately the case with the majority of websites/blogs on the Web recently. We are going to publish only fresh content written by us and let's hope it won't be boring.
We will write mainly about movies, music, online services and software products we have experienced in some way. Of course, the latter does not exclude writing on some other topics if we've been interested in them. When publishing any material on our web site, we are trying to say something new or at least to write about not so popular stuff. In other words, we are not going to publish a review about a movie that has been already reviewed a million of times (excluding the rare case we consider everything already published to be incongruous with our opinion) or to write the history of the most famous rock band in the world.
This means we may write about the history of Rough Silk band but we won't write about the history of The Beatles although they indisputably deserve it. Yet, we will publish an article concerning some of the more obscure or less known sides of the band. We won't re-publish a list of the highest grossing movies of all time (you may get it from a lot of other online sources) but we've already written an article making a comparison between the highest grossing movies in the United States and the ones in the rest of the world. A final example of what we might write about would be our own review of the available software Blu-ray players because we do not think there is a decent one out there.