Banterflix Podcast: Sing Street
22nd March 2017
Inspired by St. Paddy's Day, Jim McClean and myself chatted about one of the best recent Irish films.
Banterflix Cinecast: Christmas Favourites
19th December 2016
Jim McClean and myself talk about a range of Christmas movies, from those we love to those we hate.
Embarr After #5 Moana and the Ocean Bay
9th December 2016
We review Disney's newest musical animation, Moana and continue The Rock theme by chatting about the new Baywatch movie.
Banterflix Cinecast: Doctor Strange Special
28th November 2016
We discuss as much of the Sorcerer Supreme's movie as we can in a podcast-shaped amount of time. Just how did we rate Marvel's latest output?
Embarr After #4 Don't Breathe for Mad Mary
10th September 2016
An episode where we stretch your patience by talking for a whole 13 minutes. Hope you enjoy.
Embarr After #3 Lights Out on Thunder Road
26th August 2016
Whilst a thunderstorm raged outside, we chatted Lights Out and David Brent: Life on the Road.
Banterflix Cinecast: Suicide Squad Special
14th August 2016
Amongst a wave of mixed reviews arrived the DC universe's latest addition, Suicide Squad and I joined Jim McClean and Neil Sedgewick to talk about it in the latest episode of the Banterflix Cinecast.
Embarr After #2 Jason Bourne in a Retail Park
4th August 2016
I've watched a lot of Bourne films this week. I've said Bourne a lot of times this week. The word does not sound right to me anymore.
Banterflix Cinecast: Star Trek Beyond Spoiler Special
4th August 2016
As we continue on this voyage to the future we attempted a new-fangled podcast where I beamed in via Skype.
Embarr After #1: Finding Dory in an Echo Chamber
2nd August 2016
From the film blog that brought you tweet-sized movie reviews, comes a delightfully digestible podcast, a short burst of film chat!
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Embarr Films was created by myself, Ethan Barr, as somewhere to share film views with local film lovers.
It all began in the early days of 2013 with a Twitter account. I used that account to post my film views and often tweeted little film reviews confined to those 140-character bubbles. We have since expanded and now also have a Facebook page where we're also happy for you to get in touch and share your thoughts!
I built this website myself from scratch in summer 2013 just to give Embarr Films a bigger web presence. Make sure to check out our Reviews and Views pages before you go and don't hesitate to get in touch!
We are based in Northern Ireland but more specifically, Derry in the North-West.
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