EVER wanted to see horror classics The Exorcist and The Omen in an old church or catch action classic Predator at a recently decommissioned B&Q? Well of course you have – and now you actually can, courtesy of the Belfast Film Festival which is staging special site-specific screenings of all three favourites next month.
STEVE Albini must have had a decent enough time in Belfast when he made the closing keynote speech at the Output festival last year, because the much in demand Chicago-based recording engineer and musician is coming back again this October – and this time he's bringing his band.
IF YOU want to know just how important George Romero was to the world of horror movies just consider the shocking number of TV and film production that have ripped his work off ruthlessly in the past five decades.
IF YOU have ever wondered what happens afterwards to the distraught people you see in the media who have been caught up in some of the most violent civil wars or natural disasters across the world, then writer Clár Ni Chonghaile gives a fascinating insight in her latest novel.
BUSHMILLS Irish whiskey launched its Answer the Call campaign earlier this year by promoting artists and creative types, including craft candle makers and booksellers (No Alibis Bookshop owner David Torrance) and now is focusing on two northern guitar masters.