Ahead of a one-day conference in Dublin, Vertigo: The Greatest Film Ever Made?, Paul Farren talks to one of the speakers, Professor Charles Barr, about what makes Vertigo such a unique film in the history of Hollywood.
Paul Farren sat down with the sun gods and writer/director Mark Sheridan to find out what really went on in ‘Crone Wood’,
Our latex-wearing superpodders, Richard Drumm and Paul Farren, return to their headquarters to discuss ‘Wonder Woman’ and ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’.
Paul Farren met up with director Brendan Muldowney and writer Jamie Hannigan to discuss ‘Pilgrimage’.
Paul Farren discovers that human intelligence is not a fixed quality and could atrophy if taken for granted.
Paul Farren’s got radioactive blood.
Paul Farren sat down with Mark O’Connor to talk about his latest film ‘Cardboard Gangsters’.
Paul Farren caught up with director Liam Gavin to chat about his character-driven horror ‘A Dark Song’.
Paul Farren is on the run from Mobile Armored Riot Police.
Paul Farren talks to Ben Wheatley about taking a procedural look at action with Free Fire, breaking it down to an atomic level, planning the shoot, the production design, the ’70s setting, scriptwriting and the inspirations behind Armie Hammer’s suave look. Armie Hammer, left, whose look was inspired by: Dan O’Bannon and Tony Roberts