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The Banshees of Inisherin Review/Rant

After recently watching An Cailín Ciúin, Arracht and Black ’47, I had high hopes for the Banshees of Inisherin (although mistakenly I did not watch the trailer) but after the first “feckin’”, or I should say multiple “feckins”, within the...

/ 17/11/2022

Barry Lyndon: Cinema From The Big House

It’s Christmas week, 1975. The population of Ireland is 3.2 million people. There is a hot war in the North of the country where the pre-Gaddafi era Provisionals and their ghetto guns are fighting an intense insurgency. It’s been a...

/ 07/06/2022

Review: Justin Barrett’s ‘The Nationalist Reset’

"When it ceased to be the means for fair transactions and became the determinant of transactions, it caught hold of the whole world, and enthralled it to arbitrary power. It was a brilliant confidence trick, the more so because people...

/ 21/03/2022

Denis Villeneuve’s Dune (2021): Technics Over Essence

This article was originally published by the blog “Excuse The Blood” and is syndicated with permission of the author. The announcement of a new adaptation of Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel Dune has been the subject of much anticipation for at least a couple of...

/ 25/10/2021

Nazbol Sally: A Right Wing Extremist Reviews ‘Beautiful World, Where Are You’

Preface: I vowed never to read Rooney’s glorified chick-lit again… I was on an excursion to the Carpathian Mountains, accompanied by my Dacian irredentist comrade from the Blackrock College days, when I received a call at the foot of the...

/ 10/09/2021

Crushproof: Skanger Nationalist Parable on Screen

“I'll remember Dublin city, in the rare ould times” “And their sons will be respected men, and they will be established as judges over your sons; they will govern your city and they will buy your field, for the universal...

/ 11/08/2021

Review: The Hunt – A Hollywood Movie with A Conservative Hero

SPOILER ALERT! IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN ‘THE HUNT’ (2020), YOU MAY NOT WISH TO READ ON. One thing I really miss about life post lockdown are the Arts. On a regular basis I would go to the cinema or theatre...

/ 10/09/2020