Directors: Josh Folan, Fritz Brekeller Stars: Alice Kremelberg, Al Thompson, Lolita Foster Review Author: Adam Dark comedy for the sake of dark comedy is just someone being edgy with a camera. Thankfully, Love is dead, […]
Wow, what a year for film!! 2018 has been one of the strongest years for film this decade. This is largely due to the hard work and incredible vision of […]
Black 47, for the first time ever, portrays an Gorta Mor, or, the Great Famine on the big screen.
This week we sink oversized teeth into the background to Bohemian Rhapsody, the Mission Impossible franchise and some drunken predictions about Danny Boyle’s Bond announcement.
While we endeavored to review as many releases as possible over 2017, and we certainly gave it a good effort, a couple of noteworthy films fell by the wayside. While […]
We are excited to announce that our first spotlight entry is the short film Mum which was recently featured at the Galway Film Fleadh.
It’s a moving canvass of surreal dreams, meditative resolve and old fashioned cinema.
James McAvoy plays the hell out of this crazy bastard!
“Well another year, another heap of films to come and I’m really enthusiastic about 2016 with many promising films on the horizon.” ~ Tony 04/01/2016 Yep, those are my exact words […]
This has been the singe best piece of cinema I have seen in a very very long time