A man’s mid-life crisis takes the form of a murderous jacket. Gemma Creagh reviews the surreal comedy, Deerskin.
It’s time to get funky. Gemma Creagh reviews Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised), a powerful documentary about a nearly-forgotten festival.
Shauna Fox fires spider threads.
Tom Crowley gets the drinks in.
Cian Geoghegan finds everywhere the same.
Tom Crowley reviews The Father, co-written and directed by Florian Zeller, in his directorial debut; he co-wrote it with fellow playwright Christopher Hampton based on Zeller’s 2012 play Le Père.
Will this scary sequel be your port of call once cinemas reopen? Gemma Creagh reviews John Krasinski’s tension-filled offering.
According to Marvin Gaye, there ain’t no mountain high enough. But Gemma Creagh begs to differ, as she reviews Robin Wright’s debut feature.
Chomping at the bit for this light-hearted comedy, Gemma Creagh goes to the races.
Phoebe Moore rejoices in the triumphant referendum campaign to repeal the Eighth Amendment and change Ireland’s abortion laws after a 35-year long struggle.