An American Werewolf in London ft. on 7deadlythings

7 Deadly Songs Forever Tainted by Freaky Films

“Goodbye Horses” by Q Lazzarus ▴ The Silence of the Lambs (1991) “Goodbye Horses” will to be forever be synonymous with serial killer Buffalo Bill in The Silence of the Lambs. It’s also the perfect choice for karaoke where you can really get into character – simply strip naked, tuck away your bits and then […]

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7 Deadly Masks in Horror Movies

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the scariest of them all? ▴▴▴▴▴▴▴ Fancy being a guest contributor on 7 Deadly Things? EMAIL 7DEADLYTHINGS@GMAIL.COM OR HIT TWITTER, FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM, LINKEDIN, YOUTUBE or MIXCLOUD. Copyright infringement is never intended. If there is anything on this site you wish to be taken down just get in touch and we’ll sort it out no […]

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Brasserie Sixty6 ft. on 7deadlythings

7 Deadly Things About Brasserie Sixty6

The Location South Great George’s Street, arguably the best area around Dublin to eat and drink in for… oh, the past millennium or so, is so great that sometimes it’s hard to decide on where to go. 777 to the left of me, Pi Pizza to the right, here I am, stuck in the middle […]

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Suspiria ft. on 7deadlythings

7 Charms on the Spellbinding new Suspiria

Suspiria is gonna be divisive Like last year’s mother! by Darren Aronofsky, Suspiria has already divided audiences at this year’s Venice Film Festival. Whilst I clapped my palms off once the credits rolled an irate audience member beside me booed furiously (we exchanged disapproving glances). The Guardian reports “it fails to bewitch,” but I beg to differ. […]

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First Man - Damien Chazelle ft. on 7deadlythings

7 Movies We’re Watching at the Venice Film Festival

First Man ▴ Dir. Damien Chazelle ▴ Stars Ryan Gosling, Claire Foy Opener of this year’s 75th Annual Venice International Film Festival is space odyssey, First Man, based on the authorised biography of moon walker Neil Armstrong, whose one small step changed history for mankind. Damien Chazelle (Gravity, La La Land) hurtles us through the troposphere on […]

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7 Deadly Things About Pi Pizza in Dublin

By John Paul Le Bon – August 2018 The Place As soon as you eyeball the expansive floor to ceiling window front of Pi Pizza and peer beyond into what seems like a vast space, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped off South Great Georges Street and into somewhere in SoHo or Brooklyn. An enormous matte […]

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