Fantasia 2019.21: The Fable and The Lodge

By: Jay's Movie Blog


The penultimate day of the festival, and a short one, because I'd seen most of what came earlier on previous days (and in the case of Extreme Job, when it played theatrically in Boston). The evening shows started kind of early at 6:35, which means I...

This Week in Tickets: 9 December 2019 - 15 December 2019

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Enjoy my week of seeing movies and losing things! Like, start with the stub to Little Joe. Just not in my pocket when I got home, and I don't know that I was pulling things in and out of that pocket enough on the way home that it could have slip...

Little Joe

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Yes, I do a "Movie A is like Move B plus Movie C" below. I'm not proud. I do really dig this one, though, even if it caught my eye in large part because it stars Emily Beecham, who was a standout on Into the Badlands and whom I kind of as...

Fantasia 2018.22: Piercing, The Field Guide to Evil, What Keeps You Alive, Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum, and Brothers' Nest

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Bonus day! At least, it feels like a bonus day, though I'd have to check to see just when my emails went from describing the festival as running through the first to ending on the second. I think it was before the schedule was announced, although I...

Fantasia 2018.12: The Dark, I Am a Hero, Luz, The Witch in the Window, and Inuyashiki

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Monday, apparently, is the day you want to come to Fantasia if you like seeing directors talk about their movies. That there is The Dark director Justin P. Lange on the right. He made a pretty nifty movie with enough sharp turns that it made my g...

Wild Mouse

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Of all the regular screening series that go on in the Boston area, there's probably none that's a better value while flying under the radar than the one run by Goethe-Institut Boston. It's at the Coolidge the first Sunday of every month, it's five b...

Fantasia 2017.04: Wild Blood, Outer Limits of Animation, Animals, Replace and Tokyo Ghoul

By: Jay's Movie Blog


If it had just been one shorts program the first weekend of the festival, I might have been able to keep up. But two on consecutive days, and it's going to take me a long time to get those shorts written up, enough that it made sense for my process...

Fantasia 2017.08: House of the Disappeared, Cold Hell, and Shinjuku Swan II

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Having been to Australia by way of China last fall, and made sure to plan out the vacation so that I'd have enough time to make the travel worth it, I must say, I admire the heck out of people who make those long flights to appear at a film festival...

This Those Weeks In Tickets: 15 March 2015 - 5 April 2015

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Looking at this set of pages, I'm really curious just what I was doing during that first week. Not "go check Facebook/Twitter" curious, though. Was it snowing like crazy in the middle of March, or was I just staying in, watching...

Boston Underground Film Festival 2015 Day #05: Magnetic, "Laugh Track", 20 Years of Madness, Der Samurai, and Goodnight Mommy

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Full-length day, even with a slightly more spread-out schedule and without late shows, which means the only lateness is this post and its mammoth table of contents. Magnetic Laugh Track: "There's Something About Carrie" Laugh Track: &qu...

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