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gods who are away travelling

Sometimes we come across people who worship gods who are strangely absent from this world.  Like absentee landlords, we philosophise about their existence and just hope we might be right.  220 more words

Travel

Dylan Moran's Radio Play, Flann O'Brien and Samuel Beckett

I’ve been a fan of Dylan Moran’s stand-up for as far back as I can remember, since I saw his first stand-up special Monster. I think I was about twelve, and Moran’s misanthropic and depressive whimsy got lodged deep into my world view, and influenced me to try stand-up the few times that I did, aswell as slur the way I speak infinitesimally. 879 more words

You've Got Red on You - Shaun of the Dead (2004)

The best zombie movie this side of the century is a comedy.  So we all have seen the hero’s story in the zombie apocalypse.  How about just a regular guy?   448 more words

Review

The Last Taboo?

There are very few taboos in modern society that continue to raise a blush or an eyebrow. A pervasive sense of liberalism (post-Brexit-Trump-Farage radicalism obviously excluded) coupled with a post-modernist lack of respect for rules and authority has ensured we can talk about most things these days, although female masturbation, paedophilia and incest are still quite difficult to bring up over coffee and cake. 662 more words

Wellbeing

Dylan Moran North American Tour 2016

Dylan Moran will be doing his new standup show OFF THE HOOK in the U.S. and Canada this fall. See below and his website for details. 250 more words

A Film with Me in It

A Film with Me in It (2008) stars Dylan Moran and Mark Doherty. Just when the luck of screenwriter Mark (Doherty) seems to have run out, everyone around him starts dying in his flat by freak accidents. 199 more words

Entertainment