Boston Underground Film Festival 2019.05: Assassinaut, A Lot Like Life, Canary, Happy Face, and The Unthinkable

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Will not go crazy with the shorts like I did in the last BUFF post. Will not! (Did) First up, the crew from Assassinaut, who made what was often a very impressive little movie although they occasionally confessed to winging it or putting a bit i...

Boston Underground Film Festival 2019.04: Bucket of Truth, Nightshifter, Knife+Heart, and A Hole in the Ground

By: Jay's Movie Blog


You know what the best part of being behind on your blogging is? Trying to write up 14 short films with an average length of 7-ish minutes a month and a half later. You can either zip through it or make yourself absolutely crazy! Obviously, I we...

Boston Underground Film Festival 2019.03: Tone-Deaf and Mope

By: Jay's Movie Blog


I kind of get why BUFF has the local horror block Friday afternoon - it's a classic thing that will bring people with a vested interest out during a less-than-prime slot but maybe won't fill the theater as much during the evening - but I still wish I...

Boston Underground Film Festival 2019.02: Industrial Accident: The Story of Wax Trax! Records and The Girl on the Third Floor

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Huh, were there actually no guests for Industrial Accident? You'd think there would be, but if there were, I didn't get any pictures. So here's Chris Hallock talking to The Girl on the Third Floor director Travis Stevens: He's had a hand in othe...

Boston Underground Film Festival 2019.01: Hail Satan? and Clickbait

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Ah, the first day of BUFF - you stand in line to get your pass, you stand in line to get your ticket, you stand in line for your movie. If you're very lucky, as with this year, it is not raining or snowing. So that's a win. So first up… Hail...

This That Week In Tickets: 19 March 2018 - 25 March 2018

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Yep, someone just finished up writing reviews for a film festival that ended a month and a half ago! Well, that scan gives you an idea of what BUFF week is like - you show up, get in line for a ticket so that they can have an idea of how many peo...

Boston Underground Film Festival 2018.05: "The Ghost in You", MexMan, Tigers Are Not Afraid, and Good Manners

By: Jay's Movie Blog


BUFF can fill a weekend up, and staying up for the midnight secret screening, so I was just not making it to the noon presentation of "Something Wicked This Way Comes", which in the couple years since Wicked Bird Media showed a promo reel a...

Boston Underground Film Festival 2018.04: Top Knot Detective, "Comedy? Maybe!", The Ranger, Revenge, and Ghost Stories

By: Jay's Movie Blog


I've been pretty fortunate that, as BUFF has expanded enough to have a few weekend matinees at the Harvard Film Archive over the last couple of years, it hasn't presented me with a lot of really difficult choices. I'm generally cool with skipping th...

Boston Underground Film Festival 2018.03: The Queen of Hollywood Blvd & Let the Corpses Tan

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Friday night at the festival, and I felt pretty gassed by the end of the week - it was either the week I ran out of patience with something at work or the next, when I was really throwing myself into trying to get the thing I proposed doing instead o...

Boston Underground Film Festival 2018.02: Pin Cushion & The Theta Girl

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Thursday evening, when you can get a seat at Bartley's before the movie because a lot of folks aren't going out and the first feature film starts at 7:45pm due to some combination of a packed shorts package on the one end and shorter movies on the ot...

Next Week in Tickets: Films playing Boston 16 March 2018 - 22 March 2018

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Boston's film festival season begins for real next week, so get ready for binging! The Brattle Theatre sort-of-kind-of starts the weekend with a retrospective of the Boston International Festival of Women's Cinema, which hasn't been held in 14 years...

Imitation Girl

By: Jay's Movie Blog


There are two kinds of film festivals out there: The ones that are entirely about their main event and the ones that are so enthused about their love of film and getting people to see it that they are busy all year round. There are a couple of film...

BUFF 2017.05: Trinity, Get the Balance Right, Hidden Reserves, Dave Made a Maze, and Bitch

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Busy, guest-filled day to close out this particular festival, and no place to take much of a breather, either. First-up with the Sunday-noon movie, with Izzy Lee, Skip Shea, David Graziano, Sean Carmichael, Aurora Grabill, and Diana Porter repping...

BUFF 2017.04: Fraud, Neighborhood Food Drive, Most Beautiful Island, and The Void

By: Jay's Movie Blog


It figures - the times when BUFF has two screens running, there are tricky choices, but when there’s just the one, it’s something I’ve seen elsewhere and don’t need to do again. On the other hand, that does leave one a nice window for the gr...

BUFF 2017.03: Buster’s Mal Heart & 68 Kill

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Friday at BUFF was a bit more defined by what I didn’t wind up seeing than I’d necessarily like: There was no getting back to Cambridge from work in Burlington in time to see the Homegrown Horror shorts at 5:45pm, which is a bummer; Chris genera...

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