Now in its fifth year, The Irish Film Festival is going from strength to strength, with an expanded program of 10 features, a short film … Read more
The mood of Pet Sematary is so creepy, gathering flowers would have menace. It’s full of boos and squeaks, as befits a well-made scary movie. … Read more
Burning may divide audiences. Is it a hit or a miss? Will audiences love it or loathe it? Many reviewers are raving, proclaiming South Korea … Read more
Set in war-torn Hamburg at the end of WWII, Lewis Morgan, a colonel of the British Forces Germany (Jason Clarke) reunites with his wife Rachael … Read more
Tina Gordon directed and co-wrote this comedy about a very unlikeable woman, Jordan Sanders (Regina Hall) who is transformed via magic into her 13-year-old self … Read more
From Spain comes this comedy-thriller which should have audiences rolling down the aisles in fits of laughter!
When a woman’s son kills her ex-husband in … Read more
Galveston opens with New Orleans hitman Roy Cady diagnosed with lung cancer at the age of 40. He hasn’t done the best things with his … Read more
Five Feet Apart is an incredibly accurate and heart-wrenching tale of life as a teenager with the chronic illness Cystic Fibrosis (CF).
The film revolves … Read more
Whilst Get Out, Jordan Peele’s first foray into filmmaking, was built around making a biting comment on societal racism Us instead focuses much more … Read more
Dumbo is a film with heart, soul and everything else in between. There are some very macabre moments when your heart is literally in your … Read more