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The Belly Of The Whale Starring Pat Shortt Out Soon

The Belly of the Whale starring Pat Shortt set for Irish cinema release in December New Irish feature The Belly Of The Whale starring Pat Shortt (Garage, Calvary) will be released in Irish cinemas on Friday 7th December. The debut feature film from director Morgan Bushe also stars Lewis MacDougall (A Monster Calls, Pan), …

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Netflix Comedy: Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj

Add him to your watchlist — they already did. Every Sunday Hasan Minhaj brings an incisive and nuanced perspective to global news, politics and comedy in his unique comedy series. In a new topical weekly show, comedian Hasan Minhaj will cut through the noise and explore the modern cultural and political landscape …

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Top 10 Hilarious Movie Explosions

If there’s one thing we like better than big explosions it’s… um… Violence and mayhem are always entertaining, but it’s nothing without some eye candy in the form of something blowing up! Fortunately, Hollywood is keen on exploding anything and everything! Best of all, explosions aren’t contained to action films …

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TV Series: Why Does Everyone Hate The English? 

New research discovers what Irish people really think of the English. New research conducted in time for the third episode of the new HISTORY® TV series, Al Murray: Why Does Everyone Hate The English? (premieres on 22nd October at 9pm), has revealed that Brexit is one of the main reasons why Irish people hate the …

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Netflix Comedy Specials This October

NETFLIX ORIGINAL COMEDY SPECIALS October 2nd Joe Rogan: Strange Times  Unfiltered. Unimpressed. Unrelenting. Strange Times, Joe Rogan’s new stand-up comedy special. He tackles  sexual politics, pro wrestling and vegans. October 8th Mo Amer: The Vagabond  Arab-American comedian Mo Amer brings his worldly experiences to his debut Netflix Original stand-up special. October …

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Comedy On Netflix This October

While October is the month for creepy mysteries and spooky horrors, those aren’t everyones cup of tea. Here is a lost of the newest comedies added to Netflix this month including TV shows, classic movies and family films. 28th September: The Good Place season 3 StarringKristen Bell, Ted Danson, Jameela …

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