For the last ever post on MostlyFilm, we’ve assembled as many current and former contributors as possible to show you their favourite endings from the movies. Technically, there may be spoilers. So, that’s it from us. Thanks to all of you out there for reading over the last seven years! It’s been a pleasure and … Continue reading Famous Last Words
The documentary While You Live, Shine receives its world premiere in Dublin this week. Its director Paul Duane talks about the filmmaker who influenced it the most.
From parody to sincere tribute, the myth of King Arthur is as closely woven into the fabric of cinematic storytelling as it is the folkloric collective memory of the British Isles. With another take – Guy Ritchie’s would-be franchise spawner Legend of the Sword – arriving on disc this week we take a look at … Continue reading Swords, Stones and Broken Thrones
Paul Duane fucking loves Multiple Maniacs so much he could shit Yes folks, this isn’t any cheap X-rated movie or any 5th rate porno play, this is the show you want! Lady Divine’s cavalcade of perversions, the sleaziest show on earth! Not actors, not paid impostors, but real actual filth who have been carefully screened in … Continue reading Multiple Maniacs (NSFW)
We revisit MostlyFim‘s second look at films lost down the seat cushions at your local multiplex, half-remembered, covered in boiled sweets and lint
We revisit the first in an occasional series, in which Mostly Film collected lovely little bundles of themed recommendations from contributors. To kick the series off, they were asked to recommend a film that they were pretty sure none of the rest of us had ever seen (as it went, few managed to get that … Continue reading Obscure Gems Revisited
Today we revisit one of MostlyFilm‘s favourite pieces, where our writers paused and reflected on the blink-and-you’ll-miss em parts that make the film work
As Manchester By The Sea moves cinema audiences across the UK we return to Paul Duane’s piece on a 2012 Lonergan Q&A
Paul Duane reviews Gimme Danger, eventually. What sounds to you like a big load of trashy old noise is in fact the brilliant music of a genius; myself. (Iggy Pop on a Canadian TV talk show in 1977) Many years ago, the glorious Detroit-based zine Motorbooty ran a special History Of The Stooges issue which … Continue reading Gimme Danger
On Halloween, six strangers gather to share stories of terrifying things they saw, things that they can never forget! Hello brave souls! This Halloween on Ghostly Film, we are looking at portmanteau horror. You know the kind of thing? A handful of scary stories gathered together into one film. For those awful moments when you … Continue reading Spirits, monsters, madness, graves, creeps and the dead.