These Weeks in Tickets: 3 February 2020 - 16 February 2020

By: Jay's Movie Blog

25Feb2020

The Oscars now landing smack in the middle of the Sci-Fi Film Festival can make for some crazy time, especially when there's other stuff too. With the Oscars just days away, I barely had time to catch the Nominated Live-Action Shorts before th...

Boston Sci-Fi Film Festival 2020.09: Volition, I Am REN, and Blood Quantum

By: Jay's Movie Blog

23Feb2020

There were some things I might have wanted to see earlier in the day, but I wasn't really feeling like going out yet, since as was the case the night before, my stomach was in bad shape. I actually would wind up conking out a bit during Volition, en...

Tread

By: Jay's Movie Blog

22Feb2020

Hey, director Paul Solet! (with the Brattle's Ned Hinkle on the left) Solet is from Cambridge, which probably helped his film get booked at the Brattle and encouraged him to show up for a Q&A on opening night. It's a short run - ending Sunda...

Boston Sci-Fi Film Festival 2020.08: Dead Dicks

By: Jay's Movie Blog

21Feb2020

Got home too late for the first film of the night after a week of weird hours and feeling like my stomach was going to rip in half, but I was looking forward to this one after it being a difficult skip at Fantasia last year (I appear to have chosen M...

Boston Sci-Fi Film Festival 2020.02: The Dustwalker, Synchronic, Sea Fever

By: Jay's Movie Blog

15Feb2020

I'm not going to lie - with a marquee that wide, I'm mildly disappointed that someone didn't go for the entire (original) title of Birds of Prey, but as you can see, there's just too much else going on at the Somerville to put all that up. Like I sa...

Fantasia 2019 Catch-up, Part 2: The Deeper You Dig, Away, Jade's Asylum, Almost a Miracle, The Wonderland, Hit-and-Run Squad, Dreamland, Chiwawa, Porno, and Mystery of the Night

By: Jay's Movie Blog

8Feb2020

On the one hand, I'm sad that Away didn't wind up getting a theatrical release, because I really loved it and the audience was into it. On the other, you can purchase it on Amazon Prime Video for six bucks in HD. You can also rent it for two or thr...

Short Stuff: The 2019 Oscar-Nominated Live-Action Shorts

By: Jay's Movie Blog

7Feb2020

Though I'll be watching the Oscars on Sunday with no small amount of interest in who receives awards, I genuinely do believe that the most important part of awards season is the period between nominations being announced and the actual ceremony; it's...

Short Stuff: The 2019 Oscar-Nominated Animated Shorts

By: Jay's Movie Blog

5Feb2020

Most years, the program for the Oscar-nominated animated shorts is built with an eye toward family-friendliness, often arranged to put the one or two entries that might prove to be too much for the younger viewers at the end so that parents with smal...

Short Stuff: The 2019 Oscar-Nominated Documentary Shorts

By: Jay's Movie Blog

2Feb2020

This is the first year that a local theater has shown the year's documentary shorts as a single block, rather than broken into two, for which I'm grateful: Aside from being a bit easier to schedule with so little time between the short film packages...

This Week in Tickets: 20 January 2020 - 26 January 2020

By: Jay's Movie Blog

30Jan2020

I think that this is the first time my employers have given us Martin Luther King Jr. Day off in the fifteen years I've been there. Did I make much use of the extra time? No! Still, I had a pleasant day catching up on sleep and otherwise lazing...

Color Out of Space

By: Jay's Movie Blog

29Jan2020

Hey, this is getting a second week at Kendall Square! Not surprising just in terms of it doing well for them - there was a good crowd when I went to see it Sunday night, and you don't exactly get a good crowd for anything on Sunday night - but it's...

Cunningham

By: Jay's Movie Blog

14Jan2020

That's two movies about modern dance and choreography, a subject I know remarkably little about but was drawn to because I do really like 3D movies and want to encourage theaters to play unconventional movies in 3D and continue to release them on 3D...

Fast Color

By: Jay's Movie Blog

13Jan2020

I was pretty disappointed when Boston wasn't on the list of cities where Fast Color played this spring - or maybe it was and I just wasn't checking times at the Liberty Tree Mall yet, but when you go out that far, is it still playing Boston? I have...

Shortlisted Oscar Docs: Honeyland, Aquarela, The Great Hack, and Apollo 11

By: Jay's Movie Blog

9Jan2020

For the second year in a row, the Oscar-shortlisted documentary features sneaked their way into AMC Boston Common for five bucks a show, which means you can do this without much pinch, even saving Stubs A-List spots for other things later in the week...

Fantasia 2019 Catch-up, Part 1: Kingdom, Satanic Panic, Blood on Her Name, Daniel Isn't Real, Human Lost, Paradise Hills, White Snake, Knives and Skin

By: Jay's Movie Blog

27Dec2019

The second pass on Fantasia reviews will probably begin in earnest on the ride home from work today, but for now, here are the movies that got a theatrical release between my initial write-up at the festival and, well, now. Some of them just had a c...

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