John Pearson casts an eye over Martin McDonagh’s much lauded film.
As 2022 draws its red curtains, we gather together a winning squad of cinema-lovers to look back and select their favourite films. Yes, it’s another massive list.
Wayne Byrne tells us about his latest book, ‘Walter Hill: The Cinema of a Hollywood Maverick’.
Acclaimed Irish author Wayne Byrne’s latest book Welcome to Elm Street: Inside the Film and Television Nightmares is available now from all book stores and to mark the release we asked Wayne to give us his ranking of the Elm Street franchise.
It’s been another challenging year for Irish film in the face of delayed productions and distribution. Nevertheless, 2021 saw a large number of high quality Irish films hitting the cinemas
To mark the end of 2021, our wonderful contributors, past and present, once again come together and offer up their loved ones so that we may give thanks and praise to the Mighty One – Film.
In this filmmaker In Focus feature, we shine a light on TJ O’Grady-Peyton.
Film historian Wayne Byrne took time out from his busy schedule to talk to one of his regular interrogators, Paul Farren, about his latest book ‘Welcome to Elm Street: Inside the Film and Television Nightmares’.
James Bartlett caught up with filmmaker Sean McGinly to talk about his documentary ‘Brothers Lost: Stories of 9/11’
Cian Geoghegan caught up with Tom Cosgrove, writer/director of Hillwalkers,