Cathy Butler checks out this Dublin Noir, out now on DVD.
Emma O’Donoghue checks out Dáire McNab’s ‘The Gingerbread Men’, which is out on DVD.
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.
A masterclass in how to combine pathos with biting humour.
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 passers-by, throwing stones at windows and generally killing time in a grey and dreary landscape. The girls kill time in…
‘Sarah’s Key’ is released on DVD.