Tags : Gabriel Byrne

Win Lies We Tell On DVD Starring Gabriel Byrne, Emily

Win Emily Atack’s Latest Movie! To celebrate the release of LIES WE TELL we are giving away a copy on DVD. Stars of Pulp Fiction and Miller’s Crossing are brought together for Mitu Misra’s unflinching, award-winning British thriller about loyalty and revenge, a Northern Noir in the tradition of Mike Hodge’s Get Carter and Mike […]Read More

Film Review – Hereditary (2018)

After the demise of her reclusive mother, Annie Graham and her family begin a stomach-lurching free-fall into the emotionally clammy clutches of a dysfunctional living hell. From the playfully ambiguous opening shot onwards it is clear that Hereditary has zero qualms in using arch cinematic devices to manipulate the viewer. Fluctuating between enthralling and intimate Mike Leigh inspired realism and […]Read More

Glasgow Film Festival Review – ‘Mad to be Normal’ (2017)

RD Laing is the focus in Robert Mullan‘s ‘Mad to be Normal‘. The film follows Laing (David Tennant) in his Kingsley Hall residence where he has created a community for psychiatric patients. As you may already know, Laing’s methods (including the use of hallucinogenic drug LSD) were very much opposed by medical professionals. All of […]Read More

Win Psychological Horror Stigmata On Blu-ray

Eureka Entertainment today 17th October have released Stigmata, the visually stunning, intelligent supernatural horror starring Patricia Arquette, Gabriel Byrne & Jonathan Pryce, on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK in a Dual Format edition. To celebrate that release we have 3 copies of the movie up for grabs When Frankie Paige (Academy Award […]Read More

Win Joachim Trier’s Louder Than Bombs On DVD

The sophomore feature from award-winning Norwegian filmmaker Joachim Trier (OSLO, AUGUST 31ST (2011)), LOUDER THAN BOMBS is a compelling ensemble drama that marks the English-language debut from a burgeoning talent. Three years after her untimely death, an upcoming exhibition celebrating famed war photographer Isabelle Reed (remarkably played by Isabelle Huppert) brings her eldest son Jonah […]Read More

EIFF 2016 Review – Endless Night (2015)

Isabel Coixet‘s Endless Night (Nadie quiere la noche) pits a woman against the Arctic elements in this inconsistent yet entertaining survival drama. The project is a co-production between Spain, France and Bulgaria and was selected to open the 65th Berlin Film Festival in 2015. Written by Miguel Barros, the 1908 set Endless Night follows the […]Read More

Film Review – ‘Louder Than Bombs’ (2016)

With an ensemble cast, and dark context, ‘Louder Than Bombs‘ is eager to establish the notion that it’s narrative doesn’t depend on one single act, but is in fact about the repetitions and tendencies of human nature. It would be easy to read about the film, or watch the trailer, and assume that the entire […]Read More

DVD Review – Vampire Academy (2013)

Now I’m such a sucker (no pun intended) for any mystical school shenanigans, I was obsessed with The Worst Witch when I was a child, the happiest day of my life was visiting the Harry Potter studios and Buffy the Vampire Slayer is still my favourite TV programme of all time. Basically the idea of […]Read More

The UK Vampire Academy Trailer Bites Into Teen Vampire Genre

If  Harry Potter was bitten by a vampire what would the franchise be like? Vampire Academy is probably gives you an insight you may desire biting teen vampire genre with a big slice of  humour. Directed by Mark Waters (Mean Girls), Vampire Academy is based on the best selling series of novels by Richelle Mead, no teen […]Read More