This Week in Tickets: 25 November 2019 - 1 December 2019

By: Jay's Movie Blog

5Dec2019

Working from home is no fun and I'm glad I'm done with it for a while, barring snow. It does lead to some interesting scheduling like we saw at the start of the last few weeks, where I headed to the Brattle for the very nifty The Last of Sheila a...

IFFBoston 2019.232: Greener Grass

By: Jay's Movie Blog

3Dec2019

An online acquaintance tweeted about how disappointed she was that the theater was awful quiet for this to the point where she felt uncomfortable laughing as hard as she did, and I have been there. Not for this movie - I was a couple rows behind Ale...

IFFBoston 2019.193: The Wild Goose Lake & The Truth

By: Jay's Movie Blog

9Nov2019

The Fall Focus seemed a bit more like a preview series this year, with most of the films having releases coming up pretty soon - some would begin their rollouts the very next weekend - but the ones I wound up seeing were those whose theatrical releas...

IFFBoston 2019.04: We Are Not Princesses, Ms. Purple, When Lambs Become Lions, and In Fabric

By: Jay's Movie Blog

25Sep2019

Sometimes, when planning a festival, you look at a day and maybe think that you're not sure anything in it really grabs you until you see that Ms. Purple is by the guy who did a movie you loved a couple years back, and then that slot's sorted. Then...

These Weeks in Tickets: 19 August 2019 - 1 September 2019

By: Jay's Movie Blog

7Sep2019

The end of summer comes to the movies with a whimper every year, but I kind of don't mind this year. I was kind of movied-out and the profile of these last two weeks shows it. Both weeks started out with film noir double features at the Bratt...

IFFBoston 2019.05: One Child Nation, The Pollinators, Cold Case Hammarskjöld, and For the BIrds

By: Jay's Movie Blog

28Aug2019

Sunday at IFFBoston wasn't quite planned as a documentary day but wound up that way once the overlapping showtimes, need to get back and forth on the subway (though I think this was the first year in a long time when the MBTA didn't have the Red Line...

This Week in Tickets: 12 August 2019 - 18 August 2019

By: Jay's Movie Blog

25Aug2019

The next time someone talks about superhero movie fatigue, remind them that the Brattle was able to program a whole series of films noirs celebrating their 75th anniversary this summer, and I don't know how many people were talking about "murder...

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

By: Jay's Movie Blog

6Jul2019

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...

This Week in Tickets: 3 June 2019 - 9 June 2019

By: Jay's Movie Blog

14Jun2019

Nothing better than living in Noir City for the weekend. Well, sort of. An actual noir city would be a dangerous place where you can't trust anyone and life is cheap, but the Brattle when they're showing noirs all weekend is pretty nice. The we...

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

By: Jay's Movie Blog

9Jun2019

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...

This Those Weeks in Tickets: 4 February 2019 - 24 February 2019

By: Jay's Movie Blog

26May2019

February was a month of long days at the movies when I wasn't feeling lousy, whether they be actual marathons or just multiple movie days. The week started on Chinese New Year with The Wandering Earth, whose opening that day was kind of a s...

Boston Underground Film Festival 2019.03: Tone-Deaf and Mope

By: Jay's Movie Blog

9May2019

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

2May2019

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

21Apr2019

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 Week in Tickets: 21 January 2019 - 27 January 2019

By: Jay's Movie Blog

31Jan2019

I didn't exactly think I'd go all year without overlapping tickets thanks to this new, larger calendar/scrapbook, but I thought it would last until I got to Icon for the first time. Once again, I would like to praise short features, as the 35mm d...

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