By: Jay's Movie Blog


I have a couple of Russian co-workers, and I should probably ask them how popular and well-remembered Revan "Rezo" Gabriadze and his films still are. Probably not well-known as a filmmaker - or maybe writers get remembered more in Russia -...

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 Sci-fi Film Festival 2016.05: Dual City and shorts

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Ugh, is it really almost two months since this festival? Where does the time go? I was able to collect a replacement pass, although there were moments when I figured that maybe I wouldn't need one, because the folks at the Somerville Theatre prett...

The Fantasia Daily 2015.04 (17 July 2015): Therapy for a Vampire, Bridgend, Cruel, Assassination Classroom, Cooties, and more!

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Tuesday - Thursday: Two movies per day, at roughly 7pm and 9:30pm. Friday: Six movies, first at 12:45pm, last at 11:55pm, and then at it again Saturday. No wonder this didn't get posted until thirteen hours later that I'd like! Despite it being...

Cinderella (2015) and "Frozen Fever"

By: Jay's Movie Blog


I've mentioned this before, but having nieces of movie-watching age can be really handy when you're the only forty-something man sitting by himself at certain movies. No need to explain how you have been a fan of Kenneth Branagh since Much Ago About...

Boston Sci-Fi Film Festival 2015 Day #03: "Limbo", Mythica: A Quest for Heroes, Blessid & Shadows on the Wall

By: Jay's Movie Blog


I honestly do try not to be cynical going into this event, but when the line-up reads "web series, crowd-funded fantasy, local production, thing by the guy who made that movie we really hated a couple years ago"... It's not that I don't bel...

The Fantasia Daily 2014.12: The Creeping Garden, Hana-Dama: The Origin, Guardian, Creep

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Every year, I spend one week of Fantasia working mornings to make sure stuff from the office doesn't fall too far behind. This is that week, and it started great with my work laptop's password having expired and my phone opting to drain rather than...

The Fantasia Daily 2014.06: White Bird in a Blizzard, "Camchat", "The Portrait Studio", Cheatin', In Order of Disappearance, No Tears for the Dead

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Spent much of yesterday writing because I figured on doing a little errand-running before a 3pm movie, although I spent too much time on a couple things. Part of those errands included dropping a tablet that I paid about $180 for off for last year $...

The Fantasia Daily 2014.02: Kite, Live, Zombeavers

By: Jay's Movie Blog


One guest today, festival regular Noboro Iguchi: Yes, he's in costume from the movie, with the joke being he ran here from Japan. As always, he was plenty enthusiastic, although I could kind of do without him encouraging the audience to yell &quo...

The Fantasia Daily, 2014.01: Jacky in the Kingdom of Women, The Mole Song - Undercover Agent Reiji

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Hey, Hall Building, I kind of missed you last year. Don't get me wrong, the Imperial was great last year, but having all two - now three! - screens right at a single intersection makes things a whole lot easier, and a lot of my memories of this fe...

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