#176 – Did Jason Bourne let his girlfriend die so he could survive?

My girlfriend and I sat down last night to watch the Bourne identity and that quickly turned into watching Supremacy and Ultimatum back to back. It had been so long since I watched them and since it's the hottest day of the year with the dead heat that's in Limerick City these days being inside … Continue reading #176 – Did Jason Bourne let his girlfriend die so he could survive?

#175 – Mick Flannery & Susan O Neill, Ireland’s INCREDIBLE latest music duo

Mick Flannery wrote the song Baby talk and had planned to record it by himself. He then tried it out as a duet with the incredible Susan O Neill and the result was winning some serious awards. Most notably the best original song of the year at the 2020 RTÉ Radio 1 awards. The pair … Continue reading #175 – Mick Flannery & Susan O Neill, Ireland’s INCREDIBLE latest music duo

#170 – The Shining 100 years on from the ending

Well well well if it isn't the 4th of July. Oh it's more than just the 4th of July my friends. It's been 100 years since Jack Torrance was photographed in the Overlook Hotel. Let us never forget this iconic moment of cinema history. Kubrick, Nicholson and Duvall thank you all for the Shining. To … Continue reading #170 – The Shining 100 years on from the ending

#169 – Quick hurry and listen to Mohammad’s radio by Warren Zevon now!🎸

One of the best one of his best and one of my favourite songs of all time. The song is called Mohammad's radio and Warren Zevon gifted the world this beautiful piece of music before he left us all behind. It's beautiful and different just like Warren. This song just gets played a lot and … Continue reading #169 – Quick hurry and listen to Mohammad’s radio by Warren Zevon now!🎸

#168 – my music recommendations for this week

The past week I've been on a non stop Bob Dylan train. The sun's finally coming out here in Limerick and I wanna drive around, walk around and sit around at home with Dylan soothing my ears with his vocal prowess and beauty. Doesn't Bob Dylan have such a powerful, unique and other passionate tone … Continue reading #168 – my music recommendations for this week

#167 – The King of Comedy 1982

Written by: Paul D Zimmerman Directed by: Martin Scorsese Starring: Robert De Niro, Jerry Lewis, Sandra Bernhard, Diahnne Abbott & Shelley Hack *The Story * Rupert Pupkin (De Niro) plays a wannabe stand up comedian who idolises celebrity, fame and Jerry Langford (Lewis) a famous television host and comedian. A story of obsession and delusion … Continue reading #167 – The King of Comedy 1982