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Finky

Dathai Keane
2019

Eoghan Lyng - 29-11-2019

Deliciously bonkers Irish film tells the story a musician and puppeteer called Finky, and it's a bewildering visual spectacle - from the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival [Read More...]

Monster (Arracht)

Tom Sullivan
2019

Victor Fraga - 29-11-2019

Man and young girl have to fend for themselves in 19th century Ireland, as the Great Famine pits hapless peasants against each other - in cinemas on Friday, October 15th [Read More...]

Land Without God

Mannix Flynn, Lotta Petronella, Maedhbh McMahon
2019

Eoghan Lyng - 28-10-2019

Gerard "Mannix" Flynn discusses with family members the institutional abuse that the Irish Church and state has inflicted upon them - in Irish cinemas [Read More...]

A Bump Along the Way

Shelly Love
2019

Eoghan Lyng - 21-10-2019

A 44-year-old single woman finds herself carrying a pregnancy following a one night stand. How will her 15-year-old daughter feel about this? Irish comedy is in cinemas Friday, October 11th [Read More...]

Extra Ordinary

Enda Loughman, Mike Ahern
2019

Eoghan Lyng - 16-09-2019

A satanic rock star, a driving instructor with paranormal powers and a widower must face very different demons, in this spectral comedy from Ireland - now available on VoD [Read More...]

Animals

Sophie Hyde
2019

Eoghan Lyng - 07-08-2019

Old friends and party animals Laura and Tyler brave the streets of Dublin in search of freedom, mischief, cocaine and... er... wedding dresses - now available on VoD [Read More...]

The Hole in the Ground

Lee Cronin
2019

Victor Fraga - 26-01-2019

Irish horror about mother convinced that her son isn't her son anymore recycles old suspense tropes, and is effective enough to keep you hooked for 90 minutes - premieres on Friday, January 25th at Sundance and then out in UK cinemas on Friday, March 1st [Read More...]

The Lodgers

Brian O'Malley
2018

Eoghan Lyng - 17-06-2018

Gothic Irish horror about haunted house makes good and imaginative use of a classical filmic devices, but there's also a very English problem with casting - out on June 25th [Read More...]

Nails

Dennis Bartok
2017

Victor Fraga - 14-06-2017

Nail-biting Irish horror about a ghost haunting a woman recovering from an accident in a hospital will make you want to jump from your seat... but what if your body refuses to budge? In cinemas this week [Read More...]

The Secret Scripture

Jim Sheridan
2017

Francesco Bacci - 14-05-2017

The latest Jim Sheridan movie is a mysterious and convoluted story trying very hard to grip and surprise viewers, but it lacks emotional depth and suddenly slips into predictable clichés - in cinemas on Friday [Read More...]

Handsome Devil

John Butler
2017

Victor Fraga - 27-04-2017

This warm and tender Irish drama about homophobic bullying in a boarding school is simple and lighthearted on the surface, but the message is no less pertinent and compelling - on Disney + UK on Friday, July 29th; also available on other platforms [Read More...]


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Finky
Deliciously bonkers Irish film tells the story a musician and puppeteer called Finky, and it's a bewildering visual spectacle - from the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival [Read More...]

Monster (Arracht)
Man and young girl have to fend for themselves in 19th century Ireland, as the Great Famine pits hapless peasants against each other - in cinemas on Friday, October 15th [Read More...]

Land Without God
Gerard "Mannix" Flynn discusses with family members the institutional abuse that the Irish Church and state has inflicted upon them - in Irish cinemas [Read More...]

A Bump Along the Way
A 44-year-old single woman finds herself carrying a pregnancy following a one night stand. How will her 15-year-old daughter feel about this? Irish comedy is in cinemas Friday, October 11th [Read More...]

Extra Ordinary
A satanic rock star, a driving instructor with paranormal powers and a widower must face very different demons, in this spectral comedy from Ireland - now available on VoD [Read More...]

Animals
Old friends and party animals Laura and Tyler brave the streets of Dublin in search of freedom, mischief, cocaine and... er... wedding dresses - now available on VoD [Read More...]

The Hole in the Ground
Irish horror about mother convinced that her son isn't her son anymore recycles old suspense tropes, and is effective enough to keep you hooked for 90 minutes - premieres on Friday, January 25th at Sundance and then out in UK cinemas on Friday, March 1st [Read More...]

The Lodgers
Gothic Irish horror about haunted house makes good and imaginative use of a classical filmic devices, but there's also a very English problem with casting - out on June 25th [Read More...]

Nails
Nail-biting Irish horror about a ghost haunting a woman recovering from an accident in a hospital will make you want to jump from your seat... but what if your body refuses to budge? In cinemas this week [Read More...]

The Secret Scripture
The latest Jim Sheridan movie is a mysterious and convoluted story trying very hard to grip and surprise viewers, but it lacks emotional depth and suddenly slips into predictable clichés - in cinemas on Friday [Read More...]

Handsome Devil
This warm and tender Irish drama about homophobic bullying in a boarding school is simple and lighthearted on the surface, but the message is no less pertinent and compelling - on Disney + UK on Friday, July 29th; also available on other platforms [Read More...]

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