Author: Sinead McCausland

Freelance writer based in the UK.

‘The Party’ Review: Sally Potter Hosts a Party You Will Never Forget

With The Party, legendary British filmmaker Sally Potter combines sharp style with witty substance and hosts…

The New Social Realism of American Cinema

American cinema has been the frontrunner of genres including horror, drama, and action. But the…

Your New Favorite TV Show Will Come with Subtitles

HBO is Go-ing worldwide with its new international series coming to the U.S.'s streaming service,…

5 Train Movies for Every Movie Lover

To mark the release of Murder on the Orient Express, we've compiled a list of…

‘Gaga: Five Foot Two’ Explores Female Pain Through Pop’s Superstar

Approaching a female artist's pain with no intent to romanticise the subject, Lady Gaga's documentary…

How Blade Runner’s Costume Design Draws Attention to Its Women

There's more complexity to the women of Blade Runner and Blade Runner 2049, and it can be found…

10 Subversive Takes On The Home Invasion Film

Turn the lights on and lock your door: we're about to deep dive into the…

A Chat With The Rising Stars Behind ‘Kissing Candice’

'Kissing Candice' has introduced three new distinctive voices to cinema. We interview these exciting rising stars

Toronto Film Festival 2017: ‘Kissing Candice’ Review

Aoife McArdle's dreamlike Realist wonderland Kissing Candice is an emotionally and visually impressive feature film debut.

Yearning for Closure: Why ‘Zodiac’ Remains David Fincher’s Best Film to Date

To celebrate another year of David Fincher, we take a look at why Zodiac remains…