HBO Greenlights Nicolas Winding Refn’s Maniac Cop as Limited Series

By: ComingSoon.net

11Oct2019


Refn will also serve as a showrunner The post HBO Greenlights Nicolas Winding Refn’s Maniac Cop as Limited Series appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

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...

Fantasia 2019.16: Night God, Human Lost, and Koko-di Koko-da

By: Jay's Movie Blog

31Jul2019

Another day with no guests, and a break taken for dinner because it looked like Jessica Forever would bump right up against Human Lost, and when you're here for the duration, you can choose which time you watch certain movies in DeSeve. Not that the...

Fantasia 2019.11: Cencoroll Connect, Boxer's Omen, Purity of Vengeance, Dance with Me, and Satanic Panic

By: Jay's Movie Blog

26Jul2019

Not a whole lot of guests in the movies I went to on Sunday, but as the halfway mark, it's another good chance to do some counting: 35 features, 26 shorts, 9 attached and 17 as part of two programs. That actually gets my feature pace down a bit, to...

FX Rounds Out Cast for New Drama Pilot Gone Hollywood

By: ComingSoon.net

20Jun2019


Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Jonathan Pryce and more have been cast for the series The post FX Rounds Out Cast for New Drama Pilot Gone Hollywood appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Fantasia 2018.21: What A Man Wants, Madeline's Madeline, Big Brother, and Saint Bernard Syndicate

By: Jay's Movie Blog

3Aug2018

Day 21 is the official closing night of Fantasia, and it included an email reminder that, really, you're not getting into Mandy with your pass, although we had been told that they would be admitting press to Big Brother, and tickets could actually be...

Fantasia 2017.16: Thousand Cuts, Darkland, A Thousand Junkies, Fritz Lang, and Innocent Curse

By: Jay's Movie Blog

29Jul2017

A day that really went back and forth. That's Thousand Cuts director Eric Valette, who does that really enjoyable thing where the director of a grim, bloody, no-messing-around thriller is actually tremendously animated and genial in person, respon...

Monster Fest 2016.02: Autohead, A Dark Song, Beyond the Gates, Night gallery shorts, etc.

By: Jay's Movie Blog

13Jan2017

To what extent was I still on east-coast-of-North-America rather than east-coast-of-Australia time here? I zonked out for close to two complete features at the end of the day, to various levels of regret. Beyond the Gates at made enough of an impre...

Fantasia 2016.09 (22 July 2016): Shelley, The Inerasable, Seoul Station, and Kiyamachi Daruma

By: Jay's Movie Blog

1Aug2016

Kind of bummed I didn't get to the second screening of The Unseen, but it was going to be iffy with it starting at 12:45 and the plan being to work until 1pm three days a week. You can start early, but when in the middle of stuff that needs to be do...

Fantasia 2016.02 (15 July 2016): A Conspiracy of Faith, Heart Attack, and Rupture

By: Jay's Movie Blog

16Jul2016

Thing I didn't notice about this year's AirBNB from the listing: It has no actual desk, which is on me, but it does make both working for the day job and writing for here a little tough. Fortunately, there are two coffee tables that can be stacked...

Boston Sci-Fi Film Festival 2016.10-11: The Marathon!

By: Jay's Movie Blog

20Jun2016

Though I gather than event presenter Garen Daly might like the the festival to be something akin to Austin's Fantastic Fest beyond just being a multi-day event where many genre movies run in terms of quality and prestige, the long-running marathon po...

Caught on the last day: Older than Ireland, Men & Chicken

By: Jay's Movie Blog

29May2016

On the one hand, this should be another post about how I should have gotten to this stuff sooner, but I saw both on their last day playing in Boston, and while I really don't have much excuse for not catching Older Than Ireland sooner - not only did...

Fantasia Catch-up #01: Bridgend, Cruel, Assassination Classroom, Cooties, Teana: 10000 Years Later, Black & White: The Dawn of Justice, The Shamer's Daughter, Extinction, Deathgasm

By: Jay's Movie Blog

20Aug2015

Remember, folks, as long as we keep Fantasia in our hearts, it can last all year round! Or, at least, for another month or so, if you watched nearly ninety movies in just over three weeks and had no time to write up the full reviews that justify you...

The Fantasia Daily 2015.14 (27 July 2015): The Blue Hour, The Visit, Ryuzo and the Seven Henchmen, and The Interior

By: Jay's Movie Blog

28Jul2015

Pictures and anecdotes later; only so much time between laundry and movies today. Today's plan: Catch Me Daddy, Robbery, dinner, Cop Car, and Fatal Frame. The Visit is recommended, and note that those first two are playing in Hall rather than de Se...

The Fantasia Daily 2015.05 (18 July 2015): Teana: 10000 Years Later, Black & White: The Dawn of Justice, The Shamer's Daughter, Extinction, and Deathgasm

By: Jay's Movie Blog

19Jul2015

Progress: After feeling kind of sluggish to start this morning after Friday's long day and wearing down during Deathgasm, I skipped the midnight. Know your limits. First guest of the day was The Shamer's Daughter director Kenneth Kainz, pictured...

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