“There’s a beating heart somewhere beneath the metallic surface” of this film, “but it’s hard to hear over the same old cyberpunk beeps and boops we’ve been hearing for 40 years”.
Love Yourself Today, Reviewed
This new documentary chronicles Damien Dempsey’s Christmas concert at Vicar Street in 2019, and the lives of three of the fans who were there.
Deadly Cuts, Reviewed
In this new film, “The action is so zany that it feels like the film reel might unspool and burn up at any second.”
Follow the Dead, Reviewed
Neither of this film’s “core elements, the horror or the comedy, is handled well. It’s not scary or all that funny,” writes our reviewer.
Rose Plays Julie, Reviewed
Intimate and distressing, this film sees a young woman search for identity. Her quest reopens the wounds of the past and brings danger to her doorstep.
Finding You, Reviewed
A violinist swaps New York for Carlingford in a romance that “has a lot going on, but not a lot of it original”.
The boardroom and backwoods face off in this microbudget horror film.
The Man Behind the Music Videos – and More
Bob Gallagher has directed videos for Myles Manley, Naoise Roo, Girl Band, Junior Brother and Lankum. He’s also a filmmaker, a photographer, actor, and occasional choreographer.
Poster Boys, Reviewed
In this new dramedy, an estranged uncle and nephew make an All-Ireland poster run, hanging and snapping photos of posters from Malin Head to Mizen Head
New York Our Time, Reviewed
This film by Donegal-born Vivienne Dick follows her around New York as she reminisces about her time in the “no wave” scene there in the 1970s and ’80s.