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Liam Gaughan

Liam Gaughan

Liam Gaughan has been covering film and television since before he had a driver's license, and in addition to the Observer has been published in About.com, Schmoes Know, Taste of Cinema and The Dallas Morning News. He enjoys checking classic films off of his watchlist and working on spec scripts.

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  • 9 days ago | Film and TV

    You’d think that the first thing you’d get squared away before working on a David Bowie movie was, you know, his music. Apparently, that’s something that might have slipped the minds of the creative team behind Stardust. The upcoming film follows ...

  • 9 days ago | Film and TV

    It’s the holiday season again, so we can all look forward to an imminent debate regarding whether or not Die Hard is a Christmas movie. It is. It’s heartwarming. It’s about family. Certainly, it’s not nearly as violent and demented as Home Alone, ...

  • 14 days ago | Film and TV

    In the early 21st century, psychologists began to identify the “CSI effect,” in which people’s perception of law enforcement protocol became largely based on what they saw on network television programs. Of course, there are a fair number of discr...

  • 23 days ago | Film and TV

    Every famous musician with a story worth telling (and even some who don’t) is bound to get the Hollywood treatment. Films based on the life of famous performers aren’t a new trend, but the past few years have seen a noticeable uptick in musician b...

  • 23 days ago | Film and TV

    Baby Yoda fever has swept the world. In the year since its first season debuted, the Star Wars live-action series The Mandalorian has generated a considerable amount of buzz and, in turn, boosted subscribers to the Disney+ streaming service. In a ...

  • 29 days ago | Film and TV

    With every Halloween season comes an expectation for movie fans to prioritize their viewings around the horror genre. Classics like Halloween, A Nightmare on Elm Street and The Shining are shown in regular circulation, and the characters of M...

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