Fantasia 2019.10: Ride Your Wave, The Prey, Born of Woman '19, The Incredible Shrinking Wknd, and 8

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Is there a place near Concordia that does a nice, simple omurice? It was all that the little girl in It Comes wanted and apparently the comfort food of choice for the couple in Ride Your Wave. A dish shows up twice in less than 48 hours at a film f...

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

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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...

God is Good: John Boyega Set to Produce South African Crime Thriller



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Queen Sono: A First Look at Netflix’s First South African Series



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Monster Hunter Film to Stay Faithful to the Video Game’s Creatures



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Fantasia 2018.18: Penguin Highway, International Science Fiction Shorts, Circo Animato, One Cut of the Dead, and Five Fingers for Marseilles

By: Jay's Movie Blog


I am not sure whether having two shorts programs on the same day is sensible or crazy, but it probably means that this particular post will wind up very late, though only this post. Plenty of filmmakers, though! So, for the International Sci-Fi s...

Fantasia 2018.19: Number 37, Cinderella the Cat, Heavy Trip, and Tokyo Vampire Hotel

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Going to have to circle back around for Sunday, because it was shorts day, and there's twenty of those things which probably take a half-hour each to write up even if they only lasted five minutes. Remember that the next time you say critics are pai...

Fantasia Catch-Up #02: 100 Yen Love, The Royal Tailor, Momentum, The Master Plan, On the White Planet, Tales of Halloween, The Ninja War of Torakage, Princess Jellyfish, Deadman Inferno, and Bunny the Killer Thing

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Trying to pull ahead of the one-month line and not quite managing to do so. Of course, the really scary thing is that there's six months of other stuff backed up behind this. It is somewhat interesting to see what that (currently) 32-day-gap does t...

The Fantasia Daily 2015.09 (22 July 2015): 100 Yen Love, The Royal Tailor, Momentum, and The Master Plan

By: Jay's Movie Blog


One of those days when I head out of the apartment with the actual names of movies less in my head than "de Seve, Hall, Hall, de Seve". For 100 Yen Love especially, I kind of needed to remind myself what I was seeing beforehand. Sometimes...


By: Jay's Movie Blog


Man, to think that I haven't been bothering with the Thursday night first shows in order to avoid crowds, but this is the second week in a row where they've been fairly thin. I wonder if doing this for every movie rather than just the highly anticip...

Innocence (and more Fantasia catch-up)

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I was fairly undecided about which of the two low-profile movies opening this weekend to check out Sunday night until clicking a few extra links in Innocence reminded me of where I'd heard the director's name before: Hillary Brougher directed The St...

The Fantasia Daily 2014.14: The One I Love, Slipstreams and Eclectic Sheep, Ju-on: The Beginning of the End, Four Corners

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Made a quick stop at the press office to collect a screener before The One I Love, but I don't know if I'll actually have time to watch it (they have to be back on Friday). I kind of don't want to - unless this is really your job, why spend part of...

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...

Gathr Previews: Next Goal Wins, The Forgotten Kingdom, On My Way

By: Jay's Movie Blog


I missed one Gathr preview series during the sci-fi festival, and I was actually kind of disappointed about that one; Adult World with John Cusack, Emma Roberts, and Cloris Leachman looked like it could be entertaining. On the other hand, that was t...

Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Not a whole lot to say about this one. It's pretty good, but I wouldn't be surprised if someone later makes either a Nelson Mandela biography or a film about the struggle for equal rights in South Africa that surpasses it. The two aren't the same,...

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