Published Posts

The lonely city in The Visitor by Maeve Brennan: 27th November 2019

Even more top Irish podcasts: 23rd October 2019

Best of American Horror Story: 4th October 2019

The Victim’s Voice in Netflix’s Unbelievable: 24th September 2019

Maeve Brennan: Ireland’s greatest forgotten writer: 9th September 2019

Homelessness and life on the periphery in Parked: 23rd August 2019

A look at youth culture in Irish film and television: 2003-2017: 19th August 2019

Dark summer: trauma and grief in Ari Aster’s Midsommar: 14th August 2019

A reassessment of ‘Poor Polidori’: a look at the life and times of John William Polidori: 1st March 2019

Picnic at Hanging Rock: The story of Marion Quade: 26th December 2018

Picnic at Hanging Rock: “Purity and refinement, the Appleyard promise.” Part Two, conduct and confinement: 26th November 2018

Picnic at Hanging Rock: “Purity and Refinement, the Appleyard promise.” Part One, Clothing and Identity: 9th October 2018

Picnic at Hanging Rock: “The arse end of the world.” Colonialism and escape in the Australian wilderness: 26th September 2018

Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell: Hidden lives and conflicting identities in The Assassination of Gianni Versace: 4th July 2018

The Curious Case of Ross O’Carroll-Kelly: 15th April 2018

Season 1 of Lisa McGee’s Derry Girls bows out with a gripping and poignant finale: 8th April 2018

Funny Girls: A look at female-centric Irish television comedies: 13th January 2018

Top Five Irish Podcasts: 7th January 2018

Five Daughters and Murdered By My Boyfriend: Giving a human face to the victims of crime: 4th January 2018

Rewind: Looking back at David Gleeson’s Cowboys and Angels: 30th October 2017

John Butler’s Handsome Devil and the hollow promise of “it gets better”: 6th May 2017

What Richard Did: A film about failure: 21st February 2017

Beyond ‘Hip Hedonism’: The darker side of urban Celtic Tiger Ireland: 31st January 2017

Solidarity Forever: Bridging the divide in Pride and Good Vibrations: 6th December 2016

Tribute to a Troubadour: Remembering Mic Christopher: 30th November 2016

‘Living, in our own terrible way.’* The disorientation of Ireland’s youth culture in contemporary film and television: 31st October 2016




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