CinePunked presents Spellbound at Psychoanalytic Film Club

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CinePunked presents Gaslight at Crescent Arts Centre Belfast 2 Feb 2019

Gaslight (v.) – To manipulate someone by psychological mehans into doubting their own sanity. (Source: Gaslight by Patrick Hamilton.) The Oxford Dictionary has it as one of their words of 2018, from #metoo to #fakenews, the concept of gaslighting has never been more visible. Join CinePunked for a screening on the film that gave the … More CinePunked presents Gaslight at Crescent Arts Centre Belfast 2 Feb 2019

CinePunked at CS Lewis Festival, November 2018

CinePunked are delighted to be contributing to this year’s CS Lewis Festival in East Belfast, with both Rachael and Robert making solo appearances alongside one of their trademark interactive panels. This year’s festival is themed around Lewis’ book Of This And Other Worlds, and our own Rachael featured prominently in publicity imagery for the fest … More CinePunked at CS Lewis Festival, November 2018

CinePunked at Octocon 2018

CinePunked are delighted that they will be hosting a panel at this year’s Octocon science fiction and horror convention in Dublin on Sunday 21 October 2018. See: https://app.octocon.com/#prog/id:69 Brewing Up A New Kind of Monster Rocky Horror Picture Show. Frankenstein and The Monster From Hell. Young Frankenstein. In the mid-1970s, Mary Shelley’s most famous creation … More CinePunked at Octocon 2018

CinePunked Presents Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein at Belfast Book Festival

We’re back at the Crescent Arts Centre this month with a special edition for the Belfast Book Festival, marking the bicentenary of gothic classic Frankenstein. Trapped in the icy waters of the Arctic, a group of explorers come across a scientist travelling solo. Victor Frankenstein is a man haunted by his own Creation – a homicidal … More CinePunked Presents Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein at Belfast Book Festival