Day: December 22, 2017

Forgotten Film Friday: Shallow Grave (1994)

Forgotten Film Friday: Shallow Grave (1994)

Christmas is the season of giving, when people come together and rejoice in each other’s company. So, what better way to spend your pre-Christmas Friday than in the company of three loathsome characters, whose sense of cheer comes at the expense of others and to watch them slowly descend into ...

The Address

Hotel review: The Address, Dublin

Part of the established North Star Hotel, known to Dubliners as the only decent hotel in the area (sorry, other hotels in the area), the newly-refurbished wing of the hotel has been given its own brand, its own reception desk, and a rooftop residents’ lounge of its own too. But ...

NEWS: We were entitled to blue passports within EU

NEWS: We were entitled to blue passports within EU

Brexiters celebrating the return of the iconic blue British passport will be surprised to learn that we were entitled to have whatever colour passport we wanted within the European Union. The EU has issued guidance for member states’ passports in an effort to standardise official documents across the continent. But ...

Film Review: Ava

Film Review: Ava

By Simon Columb  Mean, affected by a tragic condition and with a haunting, arresting gaze, Ava is a memorable tale. Directed by Léa Mysius, this debut can meander and lose a little energy, with plot devices dropped by the way side early on, but it has an intriguing focal point ...