Weird and Wonderful
Tues 21 Feb | 20:40 | Light House Cinema
Starring and co-written by Julian Barratt (The Mighty Boosh), Mindhorn takes a washed-up star, the 80s TV bionic-cop character he played (with an eyepatch allowed him to literally “see the truth”), a crazed serial killer from the Isle of Wight, and brings them all together in an unmissable madcap adventure.
The Love Witch
Sat 18 Feb | 20:45 | Cineworld
Written and directed by Anna Biller, this camp, cult romp pays clever tribute to the Technicolor thrillers of the 60’s – a perfect set up for the beautiful and the bizarre, rife with dry wit and female fantasy.
My Entire High School Sinking Into The Sea
Sun 19 Feb | 20:45 | Light House Cinema
Acclaimed graphic novelist Dash Shaw takes to the big screen with comic results, bursting with famous voice talent from Susan Sarandon to Jason Schwartzman to Maya Rudolph and more! A wild disaster movie drenched in the surreal and spectacular.
Sun 19 Feb | 20:40 | Cineworld
Let’s just say that this film puts the punch in punchline, a violently astute socio-political satire with hilarious performances from Sandra Oh, Anne Heche and Alicia Silverstone and gallows humour abound.
Mon 20 Feb | 18:20 | Cineworld
Much like its title, this American indie and comedy of discomfort reeks of schadenfreude – a bizarre and brilliant deconstruction of the buddy comedy full of awkward encounters that will have you laughing and wincing in equal measure.
The Other Side of Hope
Tues 21 Feb | 20:45 | Cineworld
Aki Kaurismäki, master of deadpan delivery, has his finger very much on the pulse with this follow-up to Le Havre – savvy satire inspired by the refugee crisis.
The Distinguished Citizen
Fri 17 Feb | 20:30 | Light House Cinema
A sophisticated Argentinian farce steeped in black comedy, following a Nobel prize-winning author returning to his hometown he left behind 40 years ago.
Sun 19 Feb | 18:30 | Light House Cinema
Two patients escape a progressive psychiatric clinic and take to the road in this larger-than-life caper across the Italian countryside, reminiscent of Thelma & Louise.
Tues 21 Feb | 18:30 | Cineworld
Academy Award-nominated director Lone Scherfig lends her hand to this empowering, witty rom-com following a female screenwriter thrown into the chaos of British wartime filmmaking in the 40s.
Sat 25 Feb | 14:00 | Light House Cinema
Based on a bestselling German novel, this contemporary coming of age tale comes with hard hitting honesty and laugh out loud humour in the road trip tradition of Stand By Me.
Thurs 16 Feb | 12:45 | Movies@Dundrum
This coming of age comedy has drawn comparisons to The Mighty Boosh and Napoleon Dynamite – bask in its 70s setting and surreal set pieces – as fantastical as it is funny.