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3 reasons you should see The Edge of Seventeen

In “The Edge of Seventeen”, Nadine is an angry, confused, and intelligent American teenager trying to fit in a world that rejects her. Or so she thinks. On one hand, her friendship with Krista, Nadine’s BFF since pre-school, is threatened […]

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Film Review: Nocturnal Animals

A moment of thanks and appreciation for the fact that Tom Ford has once again taken a break from being a world-renowned fashion designer to write and direct yet another stunning film. No, not just stunning, awe-inspiring that gets all […]

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Top 5 Animated Films of the last 10 Years

These lists suck. Mainly because there’s so much you want to include and there are so many obvious nods that usually they become redundant. This happens through casting a net so wide that the obvious choices take over and sometimes […]

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WHICH MOVIE SHOULD YOU WATCH?

Looking for something to watch this month, this quick test might help you:  

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Simple, but Messed Up Film Costumes for Hallowe’en

In sea of Harley Quinns and weird-looking Jokers, (and probably some imaginative takes on Donald Trump) we thought we would take it upon ourselves to suggest some simple, but obscure and seriously messed up Hallowe’en costumes you could wear. Most […]

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Screenings just for you and your tots

Got some tots and love cinema? Perfect! Cause we happen to know of some cinemas that do some screenings especially for you! Offering exclusive regular Parent and Baby screenings, which include discounted tickets and a more baby-friendly environment, so you […]

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Dublin’s Hallowe’en Film Guide

So if you’re anything like us, you’ll agree that Hallowe’en can no longer be contained to the one night, but should indeed be anticipated and celebrated in the weeks leading up to it.    Well, we have good news: A […]

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Film review: War On Everyone

Writer/Director, John Michael McDonagh, returns with his latest black comedy War On Everyone. It’s a throwback to the buddy cop movies of the 1970s that remains too true to its title that it essentially becomes a war on the audience, […]

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Highlights: Film Festivals on this Month

Prepare to be spoiled.  This month, there’s over 40 film festivals on across the UK and Ireland. Some big, some small, and quite a few dedicated to the Horror genre (thank you Hallowe’en). I’ve pulled out some highlights, but this […]

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Let’s move to the woods, lads

Following the first of three Presidential debates between Clinton and Trump, as judgement day edges ever closer, who else is feeling like sticking their head in the sand? Observing the election from the outside has been something akin to watching […]

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