Hidden Gem: Hunt for the Wilderpeople

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Welcome to Hidden Gem, a new SIN column where each week we will take a closer look at a book, album, show, or film that has managed to slip past the general cultural radar. To start, we’re kicking the column off with a review of Hunt for the Wilderpeople, the new film by Academy Award-nominated […]

Are the Avengers Really Earth’s Mightiest Heroes?

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  The Marvel Cinematic Universe is now accustomed to total success. With Avengers Assemble as the third-highest grossing film of all time and the franchise’s overall gross second only to Harry Potter, Marvel Studios has the world in the palm of its hand, but is this fair?

Oscar’s 2014; A Post Mortem

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Today’s critics must have nothing better to do than slag Ellen DeGeneres’ performance as 2014’s Oscars host. Some may recall the 2013 Academy Awards as a royal mess, but it was understandable. Seth MacFarlane was going to do Seth MacFarlane things, regardless of whether they were appropriate to the setting. Likewise, Ellen DeGeneres is bound to […]

5 Scary Films for Halloween

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Sin’s Michael Farrell gives us a list of the best, scary Halloween films…

Review: Only God Forgives

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With so many great movies out at the moment, it’s hard to decide which one to see first. Ken Glennon can help you out there with his review of Only God Forgives…

Review: Before Midnight

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Sin’s Cormac O’Donnell reviews new movie ‘Before Midnight’…

Review: Behind the Candelabra

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There aren’t too many films about the gay community showing in our cinemas, but  Cormac O’Donnell has seen one that left a good impression…

Review: The Iceman

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The Iceman has made its way to cinemas. Cormac O’Donnell reviews…

Review: Man of Steel

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Man of Steel flew into cinemas last Friday. Cormac O’Donnell wasn’t too impressed. Here’s what he thinks…

Film Review: Mud

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Sin’s Cormac O’Donnell reviews independent film, Mud…