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Mujeres al borde de un ataque de nervios (1988) Pedro Almodóvar

“Women on the verge of a nervous breakdown” was the first Spanish film I had ever watched. In my honest opinion, it is one weird film! 172 more words


Luna Lovegood and the Beauty of Being Weird

I have literally too many Harry Potter memories to count.  I had friendships bound together in large part by dressing up and attending midnight movie premieres and book releases.   511 more words


"God's Not Dead", Or, How Not to Make a Faith Movie

God’s Not Dead is one part of the latest wave of Christian films that were released over the past few months, including films such as… 1,354 more words



Alison Scarpulla eye and vision is unquestionably talented.  Her work is dreamy, ethereal, transformative, and captivating.  Shooting film in a digital world is something we don’t see often enough, so when we do we take notice, especially work from artists that moves you.   25 more words

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TMT: "I now declare this bridge open!"

This is the next entry in a Theatre… a Movie… and a Time, a series that was begun here. It will be a special record in this ongoing mini-memoir of mine. 905 more words


Master Director to Feature at The Red Hen tonight!

Following the successful Premiere of his latest short film ‘The Suffering Kind’, at the Galway Film Fleadh, two of Kevin Liddy’s previous masterpieces of cinema, ‘Horse’ and ‘A Soldier’s Song’ will be screened at The Red Hen in Limerick tonight from 7:30pm. 38 more words


The Top Fifteen Faux Pas of Audacious Audiences

So, as you all know, I went to see Dawn of the Planet of the Apes a few nights ago, and was sat by a lovely and large group of drinkers. 1,315 more words