From the Archives: Most Memorable Visions of the Future

Originally published 2014 | Written by Thomas Emmet, Eoin Moore, Louie Carroll, Luke O’Reilly and Sean Nolan WALL E  THOMAS EMMET Pixar is a visionary studio, creating arguably the best animation for both children and adults, but it never mistakes itself for not pleasing the masses. Wall.E (close to being their best film) is theirContinue reading “From the Archives: Most Memorable Visions of the Future”

From the Archives: Inherent Vice

Originally posted 2015 | Review by Eoin Moore Inherent Vice is a neo-noir comedy from Paul Thomas Anderson based on the novel by Thomas Pynchon, following a trail of corruption and debauchery through L.A. in the early 70s. The dying breaths of 60s optimism hang over the film’s world; the potheads, dopers, and weirdos areContinue reading “From the Archives: Inherent Vice”

Most Memorable War Film Moments

Originally published 2014 | Written by Simon O’Carroll, Eoin Moore, Luke Bates, Clare Martin, James McGovern, and Louie Carroll CASABLANCA SIMON O’CARROLL German soldiers comandeer Sam’s piano and proceed to hammer out a rendition (to the disapproving audience of Rick’s Cafe) of a German patriotic song, Die Wacht en Rhein. Upon discovering this, Victor Lazlo (PaulContinue reading “Most Memorable War Film Moments”

From the Archives: The Book was Better

The academy loves them. the fans hate them. Eoin Moore takes a look at the problem of adapting novels for the big screen Originally Posted 2014 | Written by Eoin Moore The film industry has an interesting relationship with books. Films constantly return to books as a source of inspiration. The reason for this isn’tContinue reading “From the Archives: The Book was Better”