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| August 24, 2018 | Comments (0)

The Little Stranger

” lures viewers in with one thing, but delivers something different”

Read Stephen Porzio’s review here 


 A Mother Brings Her Son to Be Shot

“compelling, challenging and at times chilling” 

Read Siomha McQuinn’s review here


The Nun

“there is nothing to recommend in this latest instalment of the Conjuring franchise”

Read Sarah Cullen’s review here


American Animals

 “a multi-faceted piece of work”

Read Tom Crowley’s review here


A Mother Brings Her Son to Be Shot

“compelling, challenging and at times chilling”

Read Siomha McQuinn’s review here


Upgrade

 

“a film conflicted within itself”

Read Tom Crowley’s review here


Black 47

“Lance Daly is incredibly ambitious in his steering this film”

Read Emma Donnelly’s review


 I, Dolours

“A fascinating portrait of a compelling figure in Irish history served well by a skilfully crafted piece of Irish filmmaking”

Read Gemma Creagh’s review


BlacKkKlansman

 

Spike Lee “is able to flip things on a dime, jerking the audience from laughter into a dead silence. The full emotional gamut is at play here – joy, shock, awe, terror”

Read Cian Geoghegan’s review 


The Image You Missed

 “engaging and evocative in both form and content”

Read Síomha McQuinn’s review

 


First Reformed

 

“Paul Schrader’s First Reformed doesn’t simply begin, it bleeds into consciousness”

Read Brian Quinn’s review

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