Interviews

INTERVIEW: Director and Star of ‘The Last Right’

The Last Right is an Irish comedy written and directed by Aoife Crehan, starring Michiel Huisman and Niamh Algar, as well as rising star Samuel Bottomley, as autistic teenager Louis. Bradford-born Samuel Bottomley appeared in Paddy Considine’s film Tyrannosaur (2011), Private Peaceful (2012), TV show…

Comedy, Film Reviews

REVIEW: The Last Right (2019)

Ireland has a rich tradition of finding humour in both Catholicism and death – even better if it’s both. From the great playwrights Beckett, Behan, Synge, Friel and O’Casey, through to novelist/screenwriter Roddy Doyle (best-known for The Commitments) and onto the London-born McDonagh brothers taking…

Comedy, Crime, Film Reviews, Latest

REVIEW: Pixie (2020)

Once Upon a Time in the West…. of Ireland It wouldn’t come as any surprise to me if this is the first time you’re hearing of this film. Barnaby Thompson’s Pixie had a short and limited cinema release back in October last year and it’s…

Latest, TV, TV Reviews

TV REVIEW: Gangs of London (2020)

Audiences don’t necessarily cut their teeth on the work of Gareth Evans, but rather have them kicked in, to be swallowed like tic-tacs. With not one, but two of the greatest action movies ever made under his belt, hopes were high that the insane brain…