Good Vibrations isn’t your average biopic, but then again Terri Hooley isn’t your average man. After watching this film I guarantee you’ll want to do a John Peel and listen to Teenage Kicks on repeat, then stick on the entire back catalogue of The Outcasts really loud and have a really good, life-affirming jump around.
On an unrelated note, he’s in a movie.
Mark Doherty and Dylan Moran teaming up to try and deal with a house determined to frame them for murder? Yes, please! A farce so dark it’s like a black hole put on some sunglasses because it was hungover. Hungover on Guinness.