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Murder in Suburbia: A review of Don Cameron’s Marked Off

A murder mystery set against the backdrop of calm residential life in Booterstown, Marked Off leads us on a trail of corruption as we follow Detective Danny O’Neil in the hunt for a sadistic killer. Dead ends and false leads…

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…

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1: Review

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 exploded into screens delivering the third episode in the rare four part trilogy. It sees the return of Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) as she becomes the symbolic figure of the Mockingjay and begins…

Netflix Review: Bojack Horseman.

Adjust your humour setting to ‘dark’ as Cillian Fearon gives us a taste of what the first season of  Bojack Horseman has to offer.    Bojack Horseman is the new Netflix Original comedy series which follows the turbulent life and…

UCDSU and UCD Residences Announce 12 month Accommodation Review

Earlier this month hundreds of emails from students applying for accommodation were not included in UCD’s accommodation system and emails which were received were not ranked appropriately. A spokesperson for UCD at the time stated that “the system did not…

Review: Foals

Foals like to keep it old school.  They haven’t released an album since 2010, drugstore so their third album  has been greatly anticipated to say the least.  If you’re feeling slightly neglected, cialis fear not – Holy Fire will ease…

UCDSU Constitution to undergo changes

Several changes are being proposed to elements of the new UCD Students’ Union constitution which was voted in by students in March of last year. The suggested alterations include a restructuring of the current class representative system and the introduction…

Lord Huron – Lonesome Dreams

You may not have heard of Lord Huron.  That’s okay.  The indie folk band originate from Los Angeles and recently finished supporting a little band that go by the name of, healing Of Monsters and Men, unhealthy but they have…

The Joy Formidable

Welsh rockers, thumb The Joy Formidable, sovaldi sale have returned with their second album, viagra ‘Wolf’s Law’, an album that feels much more complete compared to their debut, ‘The Big Roar’, which had far too much in the way of…

Local Natives

  This week saw the release of the eagerly awaited second album from Local Natives.  Following on from the success of the self-funded Gorilla Manor, this indie offering is the first of their albums to not feature Andy Hamm, the…