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It's not exactly a date movie. The Guard director John Michael McDonagh decided to follow up his first directorial effort with something a little different, and Calvary was born.It's the very, very...
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Support your local indie action flick. The Raid 2 is out in cinemas and it's pulling in reasonable enough figures - particularly in the UK where its tracking to be the biggest foreign language movie...
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Get ass kicking Black Widow! The Avengers sequel Age of Ultron is filming right now in the UK and we're really not supposed to know much else, even including who is on set.But the Hulk doesn't...
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More Mojang. Minecraft - you may have heard of it.It's the indie success story from Swedish developers Mojang which is all about wandering around, hitting things with pickaxes and building really nice...
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Never Forget. Bungie changed the face of first person console shooters in 2001 when they released Halo: Combat Evolved on the then fledgling Xbox game system.History was made with an honest to goodness...
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Rouge will Return! X-Men Days of Future Past has a massive cast, incorporating players from both the original X-Men movies and First Class in an epic, time travelling storyline.With so many names and faces,...
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Who guards the Guardians? James Gunn is the helmer of Guardians of the Galaxy - an unusual choice of director for a new kind of superhero movie.It's the story of a band of misfits far from Earth who...
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Shake it Tatum! Magic Mike was basically a weird movie - far more of an indie drama than the stripper comedy it wanted people to think it was.But it was entertaining enough (especially thanks to Matthew...
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Hanz Zimmer and The Magnificent Six. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is in Irish cinemas now, a good week ahead of the release in the United States.And just for being super neat, you can have a musical treat....
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This man should be in everything. Nathan Fillion was out talking to people yesterday, which is a thing of joy. And he was on Conan so we get to see it all.The Conan show will be going to Comic-Con in 2014...
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All the cast. X-Men: First Class didn't do a lot for me - it was all a little too mutant high with little enough at stake for any of the characters. Check out what they have in store for the sequel.Not...
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Crazy chick is crazy. David Cronenberg - the Canadian filmmaker behind stone cold classics like The Fly, The Dead Zone and A History of Violence has gone a little skew-ways in recent years.While Eastern...
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Kicking banana butt! The Raid 2 is all up in your cinemas now, obviously its time to celebrate by kicking the crap out of fruit.This isn't the fruit ninja you've been expecting...The...
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Child of light. Child of Light is a beautiful thing. You may have noticed.This platforming game comes from Ubisoft Montreal, the folks behind Assassin's Creed and Watch Dogs but its a more indie flavoured...
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One of the best comic book movie sequels yet
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OMG. Star Citizen. It made all the money.Seriously, since going wide on the interwebs in 2012, this thing has been publically funded to the tune of $42million. That's more than what it cost to make...
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MAdness. Irish lass, comedystar, actress, Twitter lady and now music video person, Amy Huberman does it all.Her latest venture is appearing in the music video for All Works Out, the new single from Irish...
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Thar be space zombies
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Next gen shooting, indie style
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Funny and frustrating
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Evans speaks out! Welsh director Gareth Evans is back for action sequel The Raid 2 and while he's incredibly proud of the work his Indonesian team does, he doesn't think they get the recognition...
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Iko enters the fray. There are several different ways of doing a martial arts movie. In the Western mould, wires and CG and cutaways are used to give the impression of force and impact. But in the East,...
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Share from your screen. Nikon has just confirmed the details of their brand new point and shoot camera - theNikon COOLPIX S810c.The new camera follows on from the S800c which was released in early February...
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12 month turnaround too much for the director. Limitless director Neil Burger may not have been the obvious choice for a big budget adaptation of young adult novel Divergent but the gamble really paid...
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Their arguments must be epic! Calvary is in cinemas this week, the second directorial effort for filmmaker John Michael McDonagh. He's the brother of In Bruges helmer Martin McDonagh and the siblings...
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