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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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  • 20 days ago | Lists

    Even in the era of social media and streaming, there’s nothing in the digital world that can match the authenticity of live comedy. Watching a comedian risk losing his or her reputation and dignity on a set is a thrilling feeling, and the buzz of ...

  • 26 days ago | Arts & Culture News

    Perhaps it was inevitable that Ethan Hawke would have to eat his words. “I went to see Logan cause everyone was like, 'This is a great movie,'” he told The Film Stage back in 2018. “I was like, 'Really? No, this is a fine superhero movie.' There's...

  • 28 days ago | Film and TV

    This weekend, Denzel Washington and Rami Malek will be combining their wits as they hunt down a serial killer (Jared Leto) in the new HBO Max thriller The Little Things. Hollywood has often been attracted to the allure of serial killers, as villai...

  • 1 month ago | Music History

    If 2021 wasn’t looking brighter already, the news that previously unseen Beatles content is coming soon is certainly a welcome sign that there are better days ahead. Lord of the Rings filmmaker Peter Jackson has restored over 55 hours of previousl...

  • 2 months ago | Film and TV

    Given the wide accessibility of Blu-Ray special features, YouTube behind-the-scenes videos and real-time social media updates, film fans have more knowledge than ever before about how movies are made. Sometimes, the story of a film’s creation is e...

  • 2 months ago | Lists

    Sure, we all love “Gimme Shelter.” The Rolling Stones classic about the perils of the Vietnam era is one of the band's signature tunes, and it’s always been a favorite of filmmaker Martin Scorsese, who incorporated it into some of his best films, ...

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