Adam Sandler eulogises his own career in Pixels, says MacDara Conroy
'Nobody embarrasses themselves, nobody takes any risks. It's all so disappointingly bland' - Delivery Man fails to deliver, says MacDara Conroy
A genuine connection between the leads is the only thing going for The Drummer and the Keeper, says MacDara Conroy
Homegrown spooky comedy Extra Ordinary is let down by a dire lead performance, writes MacDara Conroy
Siobhán Kane interviews writer, comedian & 'swarthy bard' Tim Key, who plays two shows at The Project Arts Centre this week.
Wrestling legend and bestselling author Mick Foley brings his spoken word show back to Dublin at Vicar Street on Thursday November 12th
'I think that being from Russia makes me a bit of an outsider, but I also appreciate America in a certain way - it is an odd combination of being an outsider and insider at the same time' - Siobhán Kane spoke to Eugene Mirman ahead of his shows at the Vodafone Comedy Festival this weekend.
Anchorman 2 'falls victim to the law of diminishing returns' but it's not all bad, says MacDara Conroy
'I secretly wish that I was an Irish Catholic boy' - Siobhán Kane spoke with US comedian Nick Kroll
Toni Erdmann will make you laugh, even though it’s not really a comedy, says MacDara Conroy