The Book Wasn’t Better: Why the TV series “Good Omens” is better than the book

I almost never find myself agreeing with anyone when they say that the film’s better than the book. In fact, I can’t...

Considering the Actor as Auteur

For the film scholars and avid readers of film theory among you, the mention of the film auteur is likely one of...

I’ve actually never seen: Fight Club

Fight Club – a cult classic. A movie that features on most entertainment media’s ‘Greatest Films of All Time’ lists. A film...

Reality Television: Trash, Guilty Pleasure, or Social Mirror?

Every summer, it rolls around. Maybe you wait for it. Maybe you know it’s coming. Maybe you try to forget, in the...

Remembering Agnès Varda

It’s difficult to articulate just how beloved prolific filmmaker Agnès Varda was. Varda’s death in March of this year left cinephiles around...

Review: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood- Tarantino Rewrites History, in the role of Brad Pitt’s Career

Aoife Mawn reviews Quentin Tarantino's ninth film, Once Upon A Time..In Hollywood

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile is a masterclass in true crime

With true crime becoming the latest niche interest phenomenon thanks to Netflix documentaries and various podcasts, we have witnessed many a portrayal...

Avengers: Endgame is a supremely entertaining but forgettable three hours

Avengers: Endgame marks the end to an unprecedented twenty-two film franchise, the sprawling and varied Marvel Cinematic Universe. An ending to such...

Avengers: Endgame sees most of its plates still spinning by the credits

Ten years. Twenty-two films. An army of characters that outnumbers a pro-life march after its attendance figures have been inflated by RTÉ....

The problem with Love, Death & Robots

Netflix’s new sci-fi anthology series Love, Death + Robots features a hefty helping of death, a slightly smaller serving of robots and...

Out of Innocence is a timeless portrayal of the Catholic guilt and shame in rural Ireland

Out of Innocence, made in 2016, is a film based on the infamous Kerry Babies case and it has finally reached Irish...

Lenny Abrahamson – Philosophy student to Oscar-nominated director

Emma Kiely interviews Oscar-nominated director Lenny Abrahamson.

Neil Jordan – Breaking the silence from behind the camera

Emma Kiely interviews UCD alumnus and Oscar-winning screenwriter, director and novelist, Neil Jordan.

Breaking the fourth wall: Redefining cinematic boundaries

Cormac Lehnen breaks down the mastery of breaking the fourth wall in cinema.

Flashback in Film and TV: When the past meets the present

Brigid Molloy give us a newsflash onmovie flashbacks.

The formalities of The Favourite (2018)

Emma O'Regan Reidy delves into the formalities of the Oscar-winning period drama, The Favourite.

Fifty Shades of feeble: Fanfiction on the big screen.

With the upcoming film After, based on a Harry Styles fan fiction from Wattpad, Fiachra Johnston questions whether it deserves to see the big screen.