Adventures in the Third Dimension: Windows and Dynasty

By: Jay's Movie Blog


I haven't watched nearly as much on my shelf as I thought I would during the pandemic; I get decision paralysis staring at it, and even with the stuff in virtual theaters, I find myself thinking that I just won't enjoy it as much as I would in person...

Fantasia 2020.14 (and NYAFF 2020.01): Legally Declared Dead, A Witness Out of the Blue, I WeirDO, Ròm, Chasing Dream, and 12 Hour Shift

By: Jay's Movie Blog


I thought I was done after "Day 12", but just as I was wrapping up (and getting to move onto the New York Asian Film Festival's online event) I got an email from Hong Kong with a screener link for closing night film Legally Declared Dead, a...

Fantasia 2020.05: The International Science-Fiction Short Film Showcase & Detention (2019)

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Huh. It is genuinely weird to have the sci-fi shorts done the next day and not exactly be falling behind as a result. I mean, sure, I did only watch the one thing after that, but Detention was so darn good that it immediately shot up to my favorite...

Fantasia 2020.03: Monster Seafood Wars, Circo Animato, and Class Action Park

By: Jay's Movie Blog


How is Fantasia 2020 different than all the others for me, aside from the obvious? Well, almost all of the screeners for movies playing these two days need to be requested from a third party other than the festival, but I'm not sure how many of the...

This Week in Tickets: 6 April 2020 - 12 April 2020

By: Jay's Movie Blog


I really miss movie theaters, guys. Pretty decent run in my living room, though. I mentioned last week that I seemed to have trouble breaking the habit of scrolling through my Twitter feed or whatever during the evening hours, and managed to con...

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon & Sword of Destiny

By: Jay's Movie Blog


I do not believe the sequel to Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon played the Boston area at all; the Weinstein Company, Netflix, and Imax struggled to find the right one-week window and the logical place to show it (AMC Boston Common) was just not going...

Two from the Chinas: Always Miss You & Savage '19

By: Jay's Movie Blog


I wonder, just a bit, if these two movies might be holding up better ones playing Boston. Well Go seems to have pushed its release of Shadow back a week upon acquiring distribution rights for Savage, and I can't necessarily blame them for that: Chi...

New from China: More than Blue & The Crossing

By: Jay's Movie Blog


I see that More than Blue is getting a second week at Boston Common and The Crossing is not, which is too bad; the latter is clearly the better movie. I wonder how much it's down to the first being more easily-digestible and how much is due to other...

Netflix Acquires Global Rights to Taiwanese Horror Drama Green Door



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This Week in Tickets: 26 November 2018 - 2 December 2018

By: Jay's Movie Blog


The theme for this week: Use the chance to see something in theaters wisely. What that means is that when The Great Buddha+ shows up on the Harvard Film Archive's schedule after you've been seeing the distributor tweet it up for a year (though s...

The Great Buddha+

By: Jay's Movie Blog


The Great Buddha+ is a true art-house film, and has had a release that fits that - New York and Los Angeles back in January, streaming, spots at festivals and other short bookings, and heading back to theaters for an end-of-year push, presumably rela...

Vin Diesel’s xXx 4 Adds Taiwanese Actor Jay Chou



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Boston Sci-Fi Film Festival 2018.07-08: Division 19, Paradoxical, and Framed

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Gonna keep this fairly brief, because a better festival looms, the details of these movies are falling out of the back of my brain, and, not to put too fine a point on it, we're kind of in "if you can't say anything nice…" territory. S...

New York Asian Film Festival 2017.03: Village of No Return, Japanese Girls Never Die, Mon Mon Mon Monsters, and Blood of Youth

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Four films the day before, a relatively early walk back to the AirBNB, sleeping on something pretty couch-like, ad then back at it again. I started the day with Bong Joon-ho's Okja, and if I'm lucky and nobody chases me away from this AC outlet, the...

New York Asian Film Festival 2017.02: Saving Sally, A Single Rider, The Gangster's Daughter, and Extraordinary Mission

By: Jay's Movie Blog


It's a real shame that it often takes me saying "hey, I can do something else in New York while I'm there!" to get me to the New York Asian Film Festival, but it does. It runs right into Fantasia - my favorite film festival - on the schedu...

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