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Film Review: Free State Of Jonez zzzz

Yes you are correct. I have replaced a the ‘S’ of Matthew McConaughey’s latest film’s last letter of its title with a ‘Z’ followed by a further four Zs. Childish? Maybe. Fact? You’re goddamn right! It would appear that the […]

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Top 5 Movie Hookers

The hooking sector is a sordid business altogether and in no way condoned by usheru. However, when it comes to depictions of the profession on the silver screen there have been some elicit characters that have stolen our hearts (if […]

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A Film Guide to Culture Night Dublin

Anyone else as excited as we are for Culture Night this Friday? Culture Night is all about expanding your horizons to the various arts scenes within your community and embracing your heritage. Which we are all for, but if you’re […]

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Don’t Breathe Film Review

The simpler the better is the philosophy behind Fede Alvarez’s relentless new horror, Don’t Breathe. The film belongs to the ‘home-invasion’ subgenre, a particularly nasty type of movie that because of its confined nature, usually exhibits raw violence that’ll make […]

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5 brill film festivals on this month

It’s that time again where we have a look at some of the best and most interesting film festivals on this month across the UK and Ireland, so you don’t have to. (Though there’s a tonne on this month, so we still […]

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#TBT Review: True Romance

As you may already know, The Sugar Club is hosting #TarantinoWeek at their vibrant venue. Such classics as Reservoir Dogs, Inglourious Basterds and Pulp Fiction have already graced their big screen, but what better movie to finish the week, than with Tarantino’s […]

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#TBT Review – Inglourious Basterds

A self proclaimed masterpiece (the balls on this guy!), Quentin Tarantino’s World War II, “Guy’s On  A Mission” subgenre movie hit cinemas during the summer of 2009. It was met with mixed reviews. From some criticising the film’s lack of […]

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Fantastic irish films you may have forgotten about

Okay, so it’s been said time and time again this year, and I’m just gonna say it again for the hell of it: Irish film is in a boom period. In the last ten years, we’ve seen international stars made […]

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Some brilliant film festivals and events on this month…

We may be halfway through August, but we have plenty of suggestions to keep you occupied for the remainder of your summer!  We hope you love film festivals and unique and fun film experiences as much as we do. And well, […]

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Top 5 movie remakes

In an age where Hollywood is saturated with remakes, reboots and really recycable mundanity, anger and frustration can sometimes blind us from the fact that there are some great remakes. A few that even surpass their originals. The problem with […]

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