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For the sixth year running, here we are with our annual chat through the best films of the year.
It's been a great year for cinema, but amidst the gems there's always some film to get you down..,,
Pod #68: Review Bumper Bonanza! Just how deadly are The Disaster Artist, Good Time and The Florida Project?
We've got reviews coming out of our noses - The Disaster Artist, Battle of the Sexes, Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond, Suburbicon, The Florida Project + more
It's taken us a fortnight but we've finally gotten our head around Blade Runner 2049, and its place in modern film history. How does it compare to the 1982 that inspired it? Listen in to find out.
Is Dublin's Stella cinema the future of movie-going? What's wrong with Cineworld Dublin's escalator? Will we really miss Savoy screen 1? // Spooool.ie
After our second honeymoon holiday of the year (Nigel this time), we're back in action with a look at some of the most noteworthy titles in cinemas right now.
Páraic and Nigel are joined by Lisa and Carol to chat through Dunkirk and The Big Sick.
After our fifth year covering the Galway Film Fleadh we sat down to look back on some of the Irish cinema that was on show at the annual film festival including the excellent Michael Inside and Bad Day for the Cut.
One of Edgar Wright's big car-chase influences for 'Baby Driver' is assessed by Nigel Wheatley and Páraic McGeough. Does it hold up?
Nigel Wheatley and Páraic McGeough are back to discuss some of the best films driving onto cinema screens (and Netflix...) right now.
Páraic McGeough is with Nigel Wheatley as they pay tribute to one of America's most loved arthouse directors.
Nigel Wheatley and Páraic McGeough are back to discuss some of the films in Irish cinemas this spring and summer
After a five week hiatus we're back in the saddle with a round-up of some of the March movies which caught our eye starting with the new Ghost in the Shell remake.
We're joined by Eithne Shortall, chief arts writer for the Sunday Times Ireland, as we take a look at this year's Oscars - just how much can La La Land win?
Our first podcast of the year takes a look at the T2 Trainspotting sequel (nothing Read more
We saw over 160 new films that hit screens this year and have picked out our favourites.
A special spoiler-tastic review of the new Star Wars film (if indeed it is a Star Wars film)...
It's December so all the "awardsy" films are coming our way. This month we're previewing the new Star Wars film, remembering Arnold's delightful Jingle All the Way and of course yacking away about some of the best (and worst) films we've seen in the last few weeks.
Pod #52: The Light Between Oceans, Doctor Strange, T2: Trainspotting and Werner Herzog documentary double-bill!
Nigel and Páraic discuss the films that lingered with them over the last month
A podcast about surviving in the wild recorded on Ireland's River Shannon. Featuring the 1982 films "Fitzcarraldo" and "Burden of Dreams".
A half-century of podcasts, but it's business as usual as we lead with a look at the new Mattress Mick documentary,
Pod #49: Sausage Party, Don’t Breathe, A Date for Mad Mary & 12 more films discussed! Also Gene Wilder remembered.
After a nice bit of a breather in August, we’re back with a bang with Read more
In this month's podcast... reviews of Justin Lin's entrant into the Star Trek film series as Páraic and Nigel reach a difference of a opinion... Is the 2016 all-female Ghostbusters worthy of all the talk that it's been getting?
Amidst the madness of Euro 2016 we dip in to see what's worth your time at the local multiplex (or independent house of cinema).
A first look at the new Shane Black film THE NICE GUYS.
The problem with Captain America: Civil War // Different approaches to music biopics
Pod #44 – Spring Special! // Sing Street, The Witch, The Hateful Eight (70mm), Midnight Special & more
Nigel and Páraic talk cinema. For the 44th time.
Preview of this weekend's Oscars ceremony.
January was a damn fine month for going to the cinema in Ireland, is it the best we've ever seen?
A look back at the best films of 2015