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Review: Time Still Turns the Pages

Content Warning: self-harm, child abuse Time Still Turns the Pages, which won the Audience Choice Award and the Best New Director for Nick Cheuk at the 60th Golden Horse Awards,…

Review: Poor Things

One thing many people have questioned when thinking about the recent movie Poor Things is whether it can be considered a feminist film. Starting with facts, the film is directed…

Review: The Holdovers

Like all your favourite films from the ‘70s and ‘80s, The Holdovers is a film you want to live in. Earnestly dedicated to its aesthetic of warm, grainy colours, old…

Critique: Poor Things

Yorgos Lanthimos’ misogynistic retelling leaves much to be desired. When I booked my ticket to see Yorgos Lanthimos’s adaptation of Poor Things, I was already apprehensive. As part of my…

Review: The Boy and the Heron

Watching The Boy and the Heron is like stepping into a surrealist’s dream. Hayao Miyazaki uses childlike imagery to immerse the viewers in a new world which erodes the boundaries…

Review: The Zone of Interest

It is often said that the true horror is in the unseen. Typically, this refers to the dark: the monster under the bed, the man hiding in the closet, the…

Review – The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes

In this tempestuous and revealing prequel, The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes delivers what was expected— a reinvented plot, character backstories, suspenseful stakes—and elevates it a step…

‘Foe’ Review: Sci-Fi Romances Fails to Launch 

Take two of the best Irish actors working today and make them use American accents. Take a compelling premise about the intervention of climate change in domestic life and make…