Emma O’Donoghue takes a look at ‘Death of a Superhero’ – out now on DVD.
Category: DVD reviews
Brian Lloyd checks out What Richard Did, which is now available on DVD and On-Demand.
Carmen Bryce peers through magic 3D glasses and eyes up Noel Brady’s short film ‘True-D’.
Emma O’Donoghue checks out Dáire McNab’s ‘The Gingerbread Men’, which is out on DVD.
Ailbhe O’ Reilly finds a lot to admire in Patrick O’ Shea’s feature ‘Tree Keeper’, released today on DVD and Blu-Ray.
Tess Motherway checks out Matt Skinner’s documentary which takes the form of ‘a year in the life’ of Fossett’s Circus.
Ciara O’Brien checks out the DVD of the first Taiwanese zombie movie in history…
A gripping two hours of curving quarrels, spurting gore and CG tigers.
‘The Frontline’ out in blu-Ray & DVD – South Korea’s official entry to this year’s Academy Awards® for Best Foreign Language Film.
Jack McGlynn takes a look at the new DVD/Blu-ray release of ‘Yamada: Way of the Samurai’.
A brief glimpse into a seldom-viewed world, this short documentary by Maya Derrington fluidly oscillates between the hardened roughness of the street and the quiet, tender moments in the intimacy of the home. Around the flats of Ballyfermot in Dublin the pavement is littered with kids of all ages – young boys cause havoc, tormenting [...]
In honour of Halloween, Film Ireland’s children of the night recall one of their favourite Horror Films.
Ian Power’s feature debut is an uplifting tale of the time when a Mexican pilot crash-landed in Mallow, Cork back in 1983.
Soracha Pelan Ó Treasaigh reviews ‘A Film with Me in It’.
Chinese Cinema once again cements itself as the premier source of action-packed adventure flicks.
Love and Other Impossible Pursuits released on DVD & Blu-Ray
Out now on DVD & Blu-Ray: Luc Besson’s family-friendly adaptation of Jacques Tardi’s Franco-Belgian comic book series about an intrepid Indiana Jones-like heroine and her amazing adventures in pre-and post World War I Paris.
Re-release of two of Alain Resnais most famous works on DVD.
Juanita Wilson’s distinctive debut, ‘As If I Am Not There’, is an unforgettable and powerful film.
Jack McGlynn takes a look at two Cine Asia releases and crescent kicks between being impressed & disappointed.
Excellent cinematography let down by bad dubbing in this story set in medieval Europe,
A look at the danger of Colony Collapse Disorder among honey bees in California.