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Christmas Movies of the 1990s

90s kids assemble! This list will not only take you on a walk down memory lane (the scene when little Macaulay Culkin slaps aftershave on his face, right?), but the majority of us will also feel incredibly old when we…

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Review: Eirtakon 2015

Niamh Crosbie reviews Eirtakon, which took place over the weekend of November 13th 2015. One of Dublin’s most iconic venues was taken over by colour and excitement on the weekend of the 13th to the 15th of November. Eirtakon –…

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Films of the World: No End (Kielsowski, 1985)

Barry Monahan reviews Polish director Krzysztof Kieslowski’s politically charged No End; the first in a new series of international film reviews. Widely regarded as a cult classic for three decades, No End was only made available outside of Poland in…

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Halloween Special: Scary Movie Marathon, anyone?

It’s the time of year to celebrate all things spooky, kooky and fantastical. So what better way to pay your respects to all things scary than by hosting a scary movie marathon? The College Tribune’s very own certified film buffs…

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Film Review: The Martian

From the man who put Alien and Blade Runner on our screens comes the next movie to add to your Sci-Fi collection. Based on the novel The Martian by Andy Weir, Ridley Scott shows us and tells us of the…

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Records Smashed at the 2015 Emmy Awards

They say that we are living in a new “golden age” of television, and the act of sitting and watching television shows for hours on end is no longer deemed unacceptable, lazy or pointless. In the 1940s, television was described…

Entertainment Film

Inside Out

Ruairi McCann reveals why Inside Out is a triumph of modern animation…. It has been twenty years since Pixar emerged on the scene as modern western animation’s most innovative and popular force with Toy Story. What followed were years of…

Entertainment Film

The Man from U.N.C.L.E

Jennifer Smyth reveals why The Man from U.N.C.L.E. is a surprising gem of a summer blockbuster. Guy Ritchie’s latest blockbuster re-boots the 1960s TV show The Man from U.N.C.L.E in the hope of appealing to a 21st century audience. Henry…

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Mad Max: Road Fury

Conor O’Leary reviews the summer’s ultimate car chase movie, Mad Max: Road Fury…. Mad Max: Road Fury brings a whole new intensity to the phrase “car chase”. It is a film about survival and forging a better life for yourself,…

Review: Hannibal

Whilst it’s odd sometimes to comprehend, people have always been incredibly interested in the strange and unusual in the world. It’s our natural human curiosity at play. We follow the stories of mass murderers and cult leaders like they’re the…

Jameson Film Festival: Review and Special Picks

The Jameson Film Festival finished on the 29th of March with a spectacular final day full of impressive films, enchanting guests, and tired but satisfied volunteers and staff. The festival which is Ireland’s premier film festival has had a massively…

ENEMY: A DVD Review.

Jake Gyllenhaal and director Denis Villeneuve collaborated on two projects in 2013 — the psychological thriller Enemy and the highly successful Prisoners. Despite being shot first, Enemy only received a limited release in the U.S. early last year, some months…