Director: Lee Cronin Starring: Seána Kerslake, James Cosmo Review Author: Tony In recent years the independent entertainment company A24 has become synonymous with high praised, low-budget independent films. If A24 has attached their […]
Director: Yorgos Lanthimos Starring: Olivia Coleman, Rachel Weisz, Emma Stone Review Author: Tony Yorgos Lanthimos has a great track record of bewildering audiences with his unapologetic absurdist style. His films are usually a […]
Black 47, for the first time ever, portrays an Gorta Mor, or, the Great Famine on the big screen.
Director: Garret Walsh Starring: Vanessa Emme, Patrick O’Brien, Brendan Sheehan Review Author: Tony Shortly after our last review of the brilliant short film, Homecoming, we were lucky to have been spotted by […]
Director: David Freyne Starring: Ellen Page, Tom Vaughn-Lawlor, Sam Keely Review Author: Tony There has certainly been no shortage of zombie movies since George Romero reinvented the ghoulish creature with Night of the Living Dead. […]
Director: Jon Wright Cast: Richard Coyle, Ruth Bradley, Russell Tovey Review Author: Tony Halloween is just on the horizon and the fireworks and bangers are already ringing through the sky. Kids […]
Grim, gritty and gruesome. Pilgrimage has plenty of guts but no glory.
The comedic ability of the actors turns to dramatic skill very quickly at certain parts that really highlighted not only the day to day struggles of various conditions but also the social and emotional struggles too.
An antagonist must be exceptionally good at attacking a hero’s greatest weakness.
This years feel good flick.